Our Deacons

image

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.

Contact Rob


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.

Contact Dan

image

image

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.

Contact Dave


X