Susan Papanicolaou, Parish Administrator and Assistant to the Rector
Susan has lived in the Athens area for 18 years and has been a member of St. Stephens for the past 12 years. She graduated for the University of Georgia with a BBA in Real Estate and has held numerous administrative positions throughout her career. She and her husband, Mark, currently live in Statham and have 2 grown daughters, Alex and Paige.
William Coscarelli, Director of Music
William F. Coscarelli is the Director of Music (Organist/Choir Director) for St. Stephen’s Anglican Church. He has held this position since the fall of 1994. For twenty-seven years William (Bill) served as Head of Music Collections for the University of Georgia Libraries from September 1986 until his retirement in April of 2013. William holds bachelors and masters degrees in organ performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and Syracuse University, and a Master of Library Science degree from Louisiana State University. His primary organ professors have been Roberta Gary, and Will O. Headlee, and he studied privately with Herndon Spillman while at L.S.U. (Louisiana St. Univ.) William served one term as Dean, and many years as treasurer for the Northeast Georgia Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and has held joint membership with the Atlanta Chapter of the AGO as well. William was very involved with the formation of the Athena Grand Opera Company Guild in Athens and served as president for one term. He also appeared in the productions of Die Fledermaus as Herr Frank and Madama Butterfly as The Bonz. He served as secretary for the Cedar Creek Civic Association Board for several years. Other interests include cooking, reading science fiction literature, movies of all sorts, and most recently he has taken an interest in bowling. In March of 2014, William moved from Athens to Norcross, GA and commutes to St. Stephen’s on Sundays for service and choir rehearsal and at any other times his services are needed.
Meghan Nichols, Nursery Coordinator
Meghan has been a vital part of the lives of the children at St. Stephens for nearly six years. She and her husband Rob moved to Athens from Atlanta over six years ago. While living in Atlanta, she had the privilege of nannying three precious little boys for about five years. Shortly after relocating to the Classic City, Meghan became pregnant with her oldest child, Emma. She is also mother to baby boy Everett. During the week, while Rob teaches at Athens Tech, she enjoys being home with the children, frequenting local parks, libraries, and enjoying their community of friends.