Our Deacons


Rob Casillo

Deacon of Finance

I came to saving faith in Christ as a young participant in the Awana program at Calvary Baptist Church (CBC). At the age of eight, which was the first year my family started attending CBC, I made a profession of faith after hearing a clear message of salvation one Wednesday evening. My mom, Wendy, led me to the Lord after we got home from church. I was baptized and joined CBC as a member many years later (around the year 2001). I have worked at RSM US LLP in the audit practice for the past 14 years. RSM is the largest accounting and consulting firm in the U.S. focused on middle-market businesses. I am a partner at the firm and also serve on the national consumer products industry team as the audit line of business leader. I primarily serve as engagement leader for audits of consumer products companies ranging in size from $20M in annual revenues to up to $10B in annual revenues. I am a Certified Public Accountant in Pennsylvania, have an undergraduate accounting degree from Temple University and an MBA in finance from Villanova University.

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Dan Walsh

Deacon of Church Security

I have been married to my lovely wife, Angela, for 13 years. We have three beautiful children: Julianne is 4, Jack is 2, and Luke is 7 months old. At Calvary, I teach Sunday morning K-3rd in the Children’s Ministry once per month and serve on the Security team as well. When I am not being a husband, father, or church member, I work as a Chief Information Security Officer for a billion-dollar health care technology company, leading a cybersecurity team. I had the privilege to be raised in a Christian home and was saved as a child. Through the perfect life, sacrificial death, and victorious resurrection of Christ, I have not only been rescued from the penalty of sin, but have been given everything I need to be conformed to the image of Christ, something I strive for and battle with daily. Right now my biggest challenge is seeking wisdom to be a godly leader for my family and how to raise our children with the gospel being at the center of everything.

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Dave Woelkers

Deacon of Facilities

My parents attended a Bible Conference at Sandy Cove in Maryland when I was around six or seven. The speaker presented the plan of salvation and said that God has children--not grandchildren. The fact that my parents were saved did not mean I was. That night I accepted Jesus as my Savior. A few years later I was baptized and joined the Church. I graduated from North Penn High School, went to LeTourneau College, and spent two years in the military (US Army). I met Erline in Church and in 1969 we were married. We have three children and ten grandchildren. Over the years I have had the privilege to serve as an usher, deacon, and seminary trustee. I am retired from the Clemens Family Corporation where I worked in various capacities. Erline and I enjoy taking two of our grandkids on vacation each year.

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