Ingrid Gonzalez was an NPD Coordinator for Dynarex from 2016-2019 in the New Product Development Department. Prior to Dynarex, she spent 20 years at Hudson Health Plan serving in different capacities including finance, IT, and the medical claims dept. On her free time, Ingrid enjoys bowling, dancing, and on occasion a good mystery novel. Ingrid is happy to be working for Trinity Lutheran Church and looks forward to be working with the TLC staff.
Diana was born in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic. She was raised there by her mother Antonia Encarnacion and came to the United States at the age of 20. She has two excellent young men, Jonathan Melo and Elias Luna, and brothers and sisters whom she adores very much. She lives a happy life because she has faith in God and believes in people and family. She gives thanks to her friends who recommended her to Trinity Lutheran Church, where she is devoted to helping and talking to others about God.
“Kevin received his doctorate from Stony Brook University in May 2019. His final doctoral recital was entitled “Musique pour les Filles de France” and featured harpsichord music dedicated to the daughters of Louis XV”
Rafael A. Torres joined the Trinity family in September of 2011. He comes from a family of musicians and singers. As a child, he began taking piano lessons with the church pianist. At the age of 5, he began making a joyful noise unto the Lord and hasn’t stopped singing since. Throughout the years, he has been a member of and recorded with different Christian music bands, choirs and worship teams. At present, he is a member of Concordia Choir and he is a church pianist at Trinity. He and his lovely wife, Lourdes, have two wonderful sons, Emanuel and Jonathan, who are also passionate about music. Rafael maintains that true musicians and singers don’t share their God-given gifts because they want to… they must.
Hernán Lazo Santacruz
Hernan was born in Cuenca, Ecuador. He graduated from the Catholic University of Cuenca with a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Hernan has lived both in the United States and Ecuador, and has been living in Sunset Park most recently for the past two years. He came to Trinity through his father, Hernan Lazo, Sr., who was a deacon and sacristan in the church, and he sees all of the members of Trinity as his family. Hernan carries out his work in the church with joy, and he does all the he can so that the church can move forward.