Staff

Business Manager – Paul Reinhart

Paul Reinhart was born and raised in Louisville (St. Raphael Parish). His history with St. Martin’s dates back to the early 1900s when his father and mother were baptized and later married there. In the mid-1900s his two older brothers were baptized at St. Martin’s as well. He is a graduate of Bellarmine University and holds both an undergraduate Bachelors of Arts (Accounting) degree and a Masters of Business Administration.  His work history includes accounting and administration at Meidinger and Associates, Cotton and Allen CPA, Courier Journal, and Kentucky Wood Floors. Most recently he and his wife Marianne owned a hardwood floor contracting business. He have three sons– Matthew (Daphne), Mitchell (Sarah), Marshall and six grandchildren–Leo, Gus, Sophia, Matilda, Oscar, and Zacharias.

 

Director of Religious Education – Cindy Heckmann

Cindy is a native of Louisville, lifelong Catholic and has been a member of Saint Martin of Tours Parish since 1999.  She joined the staff in 2004.  Prior to becoming the Director of Religious Education, she worked as a legislative assistant and caseworker for U.S. Senator Wendell Ford and was a human resources representative at a local manufacturing facility.  She is currently in the process of completing the requirements for her Masters in Theological Studies degree at Saint Meinrad School of Theology.

 

Bookkeeper – Sheila Williams

Before coming to Saint Martin of Tours Church, Sheila was Financial Controller for the University of Louisville, University Club. With more than twenty years of knowledge and experience in accounting, finance and management, her responsibility also included Human Resources for the clubs 53+ employees.

Prior to working at the University club, Sheila served six years as Financial Controller, four years as the assistant Financial controller and one year as Director of Human Resources for Louisville’s Brown Hotel.

Sheila received her formal education from Sullivan University, majoring in accounting and finance.  Sheila has also received several certificates, honors and acknowledgments for her community leadership and involvement.

An ended marriage of 30+ years to her high school sweetheart has been blessed with three beautiful children and four loving grandchildren.  Sheila was born the fourth child of ten (five brothers and four sisters) takes great pride in her family heritage where she continues to give and receive support and love.

 

5.95_id79321903Parish Secretary – Erica Nooning

Erica Nooning was born and raised Catholic in Louisville.  She attended St. Martha School and Assumption High School before graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Communication from University of Louisville.  She is involved with religious education at St. Martha where she teaches the second graders.

She is a movie junkie who loves to laugh, play sports, and be involved.  A member of the Elks Club where she helps volunteer with their golf scramble every year.  During the summer she plays cornhole and kickball in the Adult Summer League at St. Martha.  Although, she is not the fastest runner she enjoys participating in races.

 

 
Andrew PlayingDirector of Sacred Music and Organist – Andrew Mills

B. Andrew Mills is the Director of Sacred Music and Organist at Saint Martin of Tours. He previously served Old Saint Patrick’s Church in New Orleans,  the Church of Saint Agnes in New York City, and Saint Peter’s Church on Capitol Hill in Washington.

He earned a bacalaureat in organ performance from the North Carolina School of the Arts, and a master’s degree in liturgical music and organ from the Catholic University of America.

Andrew has presented recitals in a number of prestigious locations, including the  Basilica of the National Shrine in Washington, Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue in New York, and  the Cathédrale-Basilique Notre Dame de Québec.

His book Psallite Sapienter: a musician’s practical guide to the 1962 Roman Missal has been published by the Church Music Association of America, and recommended to Catholic musicians by the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei.