- Meet the Staff -

  • Msgr. Marvin Borger



    Monsignor Marv Borger became pastor of Saint Joan of Arc Parish on January 8, 2021.  Ordained in 1991, Monsignor Borger has served in the Diocese of Toledo in various parish and diocesan assignments.  He is originally from St. Henry, Ohio, which is in Mercer County.  Monsignor Borger holds degrees from Saint Meinrad Seminary, Indiana, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, and Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, where he earned a degree in electrical engineering.  Prior to entering the seminary in 1985, he worked as an engineer for Marathon Oil Company, Findlay, Ohio.  Monsignor Borger is a veteran of the US Navy, having served on active duty as a chaplain in 2002-2005.


    Monsignor Borger has a personal devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  He enjoys reading, especially history and theology.  He has a led a number of pilgrimages to Europe and the Holy Land.  A very memorable pilgrimage was to France and included visits to important sites connected with Saint Joan of Arc, such as Orleans and Rouen.  He also enjoys watching baseball and football; his favorite teams include the Browns, Indians, Reds, and Buckeyes.


    Here are Monsignor Borger pastoral assignments:

    2021-present        Pastor, Saint Joan of Arc Parish

    2015-2021            Vicar for Clergy, Diocese of Toledo

    2007-2015            Pastor, Saint Rose Parish, Perrysburg

    2006-2007            Chancellor, Diocese of Toledo

    2002-2005            Active Duty, US Navy Chaplain

    1999-2002            Associate Pastor, Saint Rose Parish, Perrysburg

    1997-1999            Canon Law studies, Catholic University of America

    1991-1997            Associate Pastor, Saint Wendelin Parish, Fostoria

  • Deacon Gregg Focht

    Deacon Gregg Focht grew up in a farming community in West Alexandria OH. His family relocated to Findlay, OH when he was ten. He graduated from Findlay High School and continued on to Ohio University in pursuit of an engineering degree.  Deacon Gregg finished his undergrad work at the University of Toledo where he obtained his Bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering.  He has used that degree at UPS, Cintas, Owens Corning and currently at Hirzel Canning Company in Northwood, OH.

    Deacon Gregg and Rose were married in 1984 and have been parishioners here at St. Joan of Arc since 1993. They have two children and presently, four grandchildren.   

    Deacon Gregg grew up Lutheran (his maternal grandfather was a Lutheran minister for 43 years). It was while their children were attending St. Joan of Arc school that his desire to become Catholic began.  He converted to Catholicism in June of 2000, but his journey did not end there.  It was during, and after he attended Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP) in 2003, that he began having the desire in his heart to be a deacon.  He entered formation for the diaconate in 2017 and was ordained in 2021. Upon his ordination Deacon Gregg was happy to be assigned here at St. Joan of Arc. 

  • Deacon Larry Lottier

    Deacon Larry has been a member of SJA from the beginning in 1978 – moving here from St. Patrick of Heatherdowns. Larry is a native of Chicago and moved here from Ft. Lauderale to take a job with Dana Corporation as Dean of Dana University Business School in 1974. Prior to joining Dana, Larry was with United Airlines Education Training Centerin Chicago for 13 years. He is a graduate of the University of Detroit.

    Larry and Sue were married in April 1981 at Gesu. Sue is a native Toledoan and a graduate of Notre Dame Academy. She holds a degree in Sign Language from Sinclair College in Dayton and continues to minister to the Deaf Community in the diocese. Their daughter Erin graduated from Lourdes University with her teaching license and degrees in World History and Literature.

    As long time members of SJA, Sue and Larry were a part of the Core Group which facilitated bringing the RENEW program to the parish. They were also on numerous Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) teams for over 15 years.

    Larry was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop Hoffman in May 1994. He served on the Deacon Personnel Board and was an instructor on the Deacon Formation Program staff. His ministry, in addition to the parish, has been with the jail ministry and with the Pastoral/Spiritual Care at St. Vincent/Mercy Medical Center.

  • Deacon Stan Przybylek

    Deacon Stanley Eugene Francis Przybylek, 04/21/1935, of Toledo, Ohio was ordained in 1988 at Regina Coeli Parish and came to St. Joan of Arc in 1993. Now in Senior Status. After his wife Patrica passed he received Papal approval and married Viqui Lantz.  He continues to minister in the Parish when able.

  • Joanne Root



    I have worked at St. Joan of Arc in various positions and job duties since I started part time doing the payroll in the fall of 1994.  My full time work began January 1995 as the bookkeeper, to the accountant; I was the housekeeper for a while also while doing the accounting, Operations Manager and now the Parish Manager. St. Joan of Arc Parish is an important part of my life and is not just a job but part of me and my family. I am blessed with 6 children and 15 beautiful grandchildren.  My grade school age grandchildren attend school here at St. Joan of Arc therefore, I have this tremendous blessing to be able to see each of them every day.  Family is my hobby.

  • Gregory Sattler



    Greg Sattler is a native of Perrysburg where he currently resides with his wife and two children (soon to be 3 in the summer of 2023). He has spent time working in both the public and Catholic Schools. Mr. Sattler's career started teaching High School Social Studies at a public school in Lima, OH (7 years) before joining Bowling Green State University as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for one year. Mr. Sattler has been an administrator at Rosary Cathedral Catholic School ( 2 years), Blessed Sacrament Parish School ( 5 years), and now serves as the Principal at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School. Mr. Sattler holds a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction as well as School Administration and Leadership. In his spare time Mr. Sattler can be found building furniture and projects in his garage as well as cheering on the OSU Buckeyes each Saturday in the Fall. Mr. Sattler and his family are members of St. Joan of Arc Parish. 




    Andy received his undergraduate degree from the University of Dayton. He graduated from Ursuline College with a Masters in Educational Administration. Andy has spent the last 30 years in Catholic Education in three dioceses- Cleveland, Toledo and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Prior to being at St. Joan of Arc he has been a Physical Education Teacher, Asst. Principal and Principal. Andy is married and has two grown children. He enjoys spending time with my family and friends. In his spare time he attempts to play golf.

  • Kathy Mumy

    Director of Liturgy and Music


    Kathy Mumy began as Director of Liturgy and Music at St. Joan of Arc on August 1, 2022. She received a Bachelor of Music degree from Heidelberg University, a Master of Music degree from Valparaiso University, and a Master of Arts degree in Religious Studies from the University of Dayton.  She has served parishes in Fostoria, Ohio, Appleton, Wisconsin, and most recently Christ the King Parish here in Toledo.  Her hobbies include traveling and reading.

  • Stacey McElvany

    Executive Secretary



    pastoral associate for formation and discipleship



    Cathy and her husband Alan have been members of St. Joan of Arc since moving to the area in 1997.  Cathy's degree in education has served her not only as Catholic school teacher but also in the many areas of ministry that she has been a part of over the years.  Early on at St. Joan of Arc she worked to promote family life activities and faith formation for the youth of our parish.  Cathy started Children's Liturgy of the Word and served as a teacher and the coordinator of ECRE (Early Childhood Religious Education.)  Cathy spent 10 years as the volunteer director for Vacation Bible School here at St. Joan of Arc and for the past 5 years has coordinated the funeral luncheons with the help of the Sunshine Committee.  She has also been a long term substitute teaching assistant at the school, served on School Advisory Board and served as Director of Religious Education for two years.  


    Cathy loves to entertain and enjoys being in the kitchen whether it's cooking or baking.  She often shares her culinary talents with others!  To fill up her free time she likes to volunteer, read, spend time in the great outdoors, take photographs and she especially loves to travel.  

  • Rosie Focht

    Receptionist & Volunteer CoorDinator



    Hello everyone, My name is Rosie Focht and I am the Receptionist and Volunteer Coordinator for St Joan of Arc. My husband Gregg and I have been parishioners since 1993. In July of 2020, I was afforded the blessing of becoming part of the staff, and I am thrilled to be here. 

    Gregg and I married in 1984, and in September of 2021, he was ordained a Deacon. We have been blessed with two children, Kelsey and Brandon, and four grandchildren, (Jayden, Emerson, Peyton and Madison,) and another due in February. Fun fact, we have four grandchildren with 2 birth dates; Jayden and Emerson were born on the same day, 3 years apart, and Peyton and Madison are twins🙂. People have said many times that "being a grandparent is the best", Gregg and I agree 100%. I feel so blessed to be here at St Joan of Arc with the opportunity to work in God's house.

  • Tyler Pakka

    Pastoral Associate of Faith formation, discipleship and family catechesis


    Tyler and his wife, Kerstin, are both Catholic converts and have been parishioners at St. Rose in Perrysburg since 2019. He has 4 boys and a baby due in August, and his oldest two boys attend St. Rose School. 


    Tyler has been involved in the RCIA team, the Toledo ACTS community supporting multiple parish retreats, volunteering with the Office for Life and Justice by helping with their Prison Ministry programs, being active with the Sidewalk Advocates program, and is the Coordinator for The Joseph Ministry which ministers to men with past abortion experience. 


    Tyler’s wife, Kerstin, works for Catholic Charities as the Project Rachel Coordinator and walks with women who have had past abortion experiences to experience the loving mercy and forgiveness of God. 


    Continuing to grow in faith is something that’s incredibly important to Tyler, and he uses Hallow, Formed, Fr. Dave Pivonka’s Wild Goose TV, Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire, just to name a few, to perpetually learn more and grow in his personal relationship with God and to a clearer understanding of what it means to be obedient. 


    In his spare time (when he’s not chasing 4 boys around), Tyler enjoys watching soccer, Formula 1 racing, and building LEGO.






    Jane and her husband, Todd, have been active members of the St. Joan of Arc community since 1990. 


    Jane was most recently a member of the Finance Council and has 14 years of experience in public accounting. At St. Joan of Arc, Jane has been a Girl Scout Leader, FAMILIA Facilitator, Engaged Couples Leader, and was appointed to the Stewardship Core Team.


    She is passionate about her family and prayer! She also enjoys all water sports and being outdoors. When the weather doesn’t cooperate, she can be found cooking for family and friends.

  • Drew Blazsik