Ministry and Support Team
Rev. Daniel Carter
Father Dan Carter was born in Bend, Oregon. He graduated from University of San Francisco in 1975 with a B.A. in History. After his ordination in Redding on November 23, 1979 by Bishop Francis A. Quinn, Father started his priestly ministry with his first assignment at All Hallows Parish (1979-1989). Since that time, he has served at Our Lady of the Pillar in Half Moon Bay, Mission Dolores Basilica in San Francisco, Pastor of St. James in San Francisco, Pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary in Belmont, Associate Pastor of St. Kevin's in San Francisco, and Pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes/All Hallows Chapel. In July 2017, Father Dan also became Pastor of Shipwreck thus making him "The Pastor of the Bayview" because there are only three Catholic churches in the Bayview neighborhood. Father Dan enjoys traveling, opera, theatre, jazz, and sharing a meal and conversation with old and new friends.
Rev. Andrew Chioma Ibegbulem, OSA
Fr. Andrew Chioma Ibegbulem, OSA is an Augustinian Priest of the Province of St. Augustine of Nigeria. He was ordained to the priesthood after his final religious profession and upon completion of his Philosophy and theology degrees on July 3, 2004. Fr. Andrew has been involved in parish apostolate as associate pastor, treasurer, youth chaplain, vocation director, spiritual director and pastor. In addition, he was the National Coordinator of the Augustinian Associate and was responsible for fund raising in Nigeria for the training of Augustinian friars in formation. Fr. Andrew received his master’s degree in 2016 in counseling in clinical mental health from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. He had practiced as an intern with Siloam and Eagleville Hospital in Philadelphia. Fr. Andrew is passionate about the Word of God, a good listener, loves good music. He is presently on Mission in the Archdiocese of San Francisco at Shipwreck.
Rev. Mr. Larry Chatmon
Deacon Larry has over 24 years of progressively responsible experience in the non-profit and government sectors with demonstrated expertise in management, administration and program development. He has served with the Bay Area Urban League, a civil-rights non-profit organization, where he began as a Senior Field Representative and worked his way up to become Vice-President of Programs/Operations. He is recently retired, after 16 years with the City and County of San Francisco Department of Human Services where he successfully planned, directed and implemented the One-Stop Employment Services System and planned, implemented and managed the new Food-Stamp Employment and Training Program resulting in a 10 million dollar yearly general fund savings for San Francisco.
Rev. Mr. Sergio Gomez
Bio coming soon
Sr. Estela Martinez, MFP
Bio coming soon
Loretta Steele Chatmon
Development Director / Business Manager
Loretta, wife of Deacon Larry Chatmon and the mother of their four adult children – Lawrence (wife - Danielle), Kevin, Reneé and Darryl, and two adorable granddaughters, Sophia and Izzy. She has been an active member of St. Paul of the Shipwreck since 1984. Her ministries have included Co-coordinator of RCIA, Youth Ministry Coordinator, Coordinator of the Ministers of Christian Service, Member of Liturgy Committee, Dr. Martin Luther King Mass Moderator, Pentecost Revival Moderator and Coordinator of the Anchor's of Shipwreck (volunteer fund-raising group). Professionally, she had 32 years of International Banking experience (starting in the accounting department, foreign exchange department, loans and deposits department, syndications department, compliance department and Project Coordinator), before retiring as an AVP in 2009. She considers being able to apply her professional experience and skills, with her passion for ministry work in the church, as very rewarding.