Home of the Holy Angels


Harriet Tusiime

Brenda Tusiime

Ronald Tumusiime
Ronald is 8 years old; born November 1, 2005. He began at The Home of the Holy Angels in 2014 and is in second grade. Ronald is in good health and he likes soccer. His mother, Harriet Nabukeera, is HIV positive and ill. Ronald’s father died in 2013. Ronald is in the care of his grandmother who is looking after 10 children.

Agnes Murungi
Agnes began at The Home of Holy Angels in 2012 She is academically bright especially in science. She may become a medical worker. She is sociable and likes playing netball and listening to popular music.

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About Us
Board of Directors | Advisory Committee

Board of Directors

Father Charles Nabwana, President - Director

Father Nabwana was born and raised in Kibale District Western Uganda. He has been a priest for over thirty years and has served in a variety of positions both in the United States and Uganda. His positions have included parish ministry, serving as the Pastor, Diocese of La Crosse Wisconsin, as well as extensive involvement in seminary education serving, nine years, as the Academic Dean, Katigondo National Major Seminary, Masaka, Uganda. In addition, Father Charles served as the Director of the Catechetical Center, Hoima Uganda. Recently, Father Charles served as the Hospital Liaison Staff Chaplain for a local hospital in Orlando, Florida.  Presently, he is serving the needs of The Home of the Holy Angels; spending nine months each year in Uganda and three months in the United States.




Mary Michelle Arsenault, Advisory Committee

Mary Michelle was born in Rwanda and grew up in Uganda, East Africa.  Today, she lives in Deltona, married to Denis and mother of a beautiful girl.  Mary Michelle works as an Infectious Disease Specialist at Fish Memorial in Orange City and Deland Hospitals.  Her education in Uganda included Registered Nursing and she served as a Post War Trauma Advisor in Rwanda following genocide.  Mary Michelle attended St. Andrews University in Michigan and has been working in Medical field as an RN for 25 years.

Mary Michelle and family are parishioners of Our Lady of Lakes in Deltona. She is actively involved with KUDU due to the close experiences of her own family in Uganda and Rwanda and firsthand experience of the devastation not to have basic and essential commodities of life.  KUDU is a blessing to assist child out of this devastation.


  Mary Michelle Arsenault

Beverly Haynes, Board of Directors

Ms. Haynes lives in Winter Park, Florida. For over ten years she has served as the East Region Director and Consultant for a large bankcard payment services corporation, and has also worked extensively during the past twenty years with numerous non-profit organizations.



Deacon Bob Kreps, Board of Directors

Deacon Robert Kreps retired in 1994 from the US Air Force as a colonel after 28 years in various command and staff positions.  He holds a BA in Chinese from Stanford University; MA in Far Eastern History from University of Arizona; and has an MS in Information Technology from Barry University.  In the Air Force he served in the intelligence field, developed information technology systems, and was the Defense and Air Attaché to Romania.  While in service he headed the Combined Federal Campaign for Langley AFB raising over $110,000.  Bob has been an ordained Permanent Deacon in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orlando, Florida, since 2002.



Jack Prietsch, Board of Directors

Jack retired in 2015 after a 35 year career in Human Resources with Westinghouse and Siemens. He has served on the board of directors for Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, and has also been an active supporter of the Fr. Beiting Appalachian Mission Center, a ministry serving the poor in Appalachia.  Jack and his wife Candy are members of Annunciation Catholic Church in Longwood, FL and are active there in a number of ministries.



Advisory Committee

Vincent Arch, Advisory Committee

Mr. Arch has been a commercial real estate broker in the Orlando, Florida area for the past 35 years. He has served on the boards of The Leukemia Society, Florida Hospital Foundation, and The ALS Association. He has also been active in the parish of St. Margaret Mary Church as an usher and Eucharistic Minister.



Denis Arsenault, Advisory Committee

Denis has over 25 years of information technology experience at organizations including Harcourt Brace, Buzzbrain.com, Tech Data, and Infotrax.  Among his areas of expertise, Denis has designed and produced many applications for the medical industry and learning solutions for education.  A graduate of the St. Leo University and the University of Phoenix with BS and MS degrees in Computer Information Systems, Denis is Senior Solutions Architect at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in Orlando.  In addition, Denis has served as adjunct faculty in a number of online university environments.  He and his wife, Mary-Michelle, reside in Deltona and have a daughter, Gabriella.  Mary-Michelle is a native of Uganda and Denis has been blessed to visit the country several times.  The Arsenault’s most recent visit, in spring of 2011, included a trip to the Home of the Holy Angels.  He is a passionate advocate for the children and people of this nation.


  Denis Arsenault

Lynette Bryant, Advisory Committee

Lynette Bryant lives in Winter Springs with her husband, Kevin. After working in the legal field as a paralegal for 7 years, Lynette became an active member of the central Florida homeschooling community, and has been homeschooling her 5 children for the past 20+ years.  In addition to homeschooling, Lynette has been active in many volunteer organizations, including local and state-wide Catholic homeschooling groups, Recovery International's mental self-help organization, Crown Ministries, St. Paul Street Evangelists, and Lighthouse Catholic Media.  She has taught numerous homeschool classes and religious education classes, has been involved in various youth groups, summer vacation bible schools, retreat teams at several local Catholic parishes, and loves hosting small group book/faith studies at her home.  She is passionate about children and is grateful for the opportunity to help the children at the Home of the Holy Angels.



Andy DiLoreto, Advisory Committee

Mr. DiLoreto is currently the Assistant Comptroller with the Orange County Sheriff's Office, having served in the governmental accounting field for over 27 years, including positions as an Auditor and a Management Analyst. A Certified Government Financial Manager, Andy is a graduate of the University of Central Florida, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting. Andy currently serves on advisory committees for the Orlando Federal Credit Union and the Florida Sheriff’s Association.  Andy, and his wife, LeeAnn, have three daughters, live in Winter Park, and have been active parishioners of St. Margaret Mary Parish community since 1988.  Each the girls attended SMM and currently attend Bishop Moore Catholic High School and UCF.


  Andy DiLoreto

Mary Alice Fish, Advisory Committee

Ms. Fish is currently the Resource Development Manager at the nonprofit Professional Opportunities Program for Students, Inc. (POPS) located in Orlando Florida. Mary Alice works with the philanthropic community to raise awareness and resources for POPS, enabling them to carry out their mission. Previously, she served as the Executive Director of Family Promise of Greater Orlando, a nonprofit homeless shelter providing shelter and case management services for homeless families with children. Prior to entering the nonprofit sector, Mary Alice spent 25 years as a sales and marketing professional for the horticultural industry. She has received her certification in Grant Writing, Fundraising and Development and Volunteer Management from the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit at Rollins College. She holds a degree in Natural Resources from the State University of New York at Cobleskill. She has been married to her husband Bob for 28 years, attends St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Winter Park and resides in Orlando, Florida.


Darlene Fritsma, MSN, ARNP

Darlene has over 40 years of nursing and education experience at organizations including Florida Hospital Medical Center, University of Phoenix, and Darden Wellness Center. Among her areas of expertise, Darlene has designed and produced many Healthy You and Smoking Cessation classes as well as provided health care for Darden’s 1,300 corporate employees. She oversaw the installation of the two EMR’s and construction and design of the Darden Wellness and Fitness Centers. She coordinated staffing utilizing risk management, educational and clinical skills to make Darden Wellness Center a model for employee based clinics.  A graduate of Rollins College, with a BS in Social Psychology and University of Florida, Masters in Nursing, with certification as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner, Darlene continues to serve as associate faculty for the University of Phoenix, teaching nursing and health care administration courses.  


John Gilbert, Advisory Committee

A highly successful and motivated marketing professional, Mr. Gilbert brings over 25 years of experience in the communications industry providing his clients and employers with full service marketing, advertising, design, and public relations solutions. Representative of his accomplishments and contributions include local Addy awards in photography and audio visual production. Fund-raising clients include the Presbyterian Synod of Florida, the Girl Scouts of the Nation's Capital and the Catholic Diocese of Orlando.



Lauren Mynatt, Advisory Committee

Lauren Mynatt graduated in 2010 from the University of Florida with a degree in Health Education and Behavior. She spent two years in Tanzania, East Africa serving as a Health volunteer in a rural village with the Peace Corps. Since moving back to Orlando in 2012, she has spent the last two years working at Catholic Charities of Central Florida as the Volunteer Coordinator for their Refugee Resettlement program. She plans to go back to school to get her Bachelors in Nursing and hopes to continue helping people here in the States and abroad.


Carol Saunders, Advisory Committee

Carol Saunders is Professor of Management at the University of Central Florida.  She graduated from Florida State with dual majors in Mathematics and German.  Her MBA is from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and her Ph.D. is from the University of Houston in Organizational Behavior and Management. She was the Distinguished Fulbright Scholar at the Wirtschafts Universitaet – Wien (WU) in Austria in 2009 and has held research chairs in Germany, New Zealand, Singapore, and the Netherlands. She lives in Winter Park with her husband, Rusty, and has been a member of the St. Margaret Mary parish since 2001.


John C. Schrenker, CPA, CFP,
Advisory Committee

John has over 30 years of accounting and financial experience.  He has been practicing as a sole practitioner since 1976, which a diverse clientele, ranging from individuals, to small and mid size businesses, which include non-profit organizations.  He is a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  He is also a Certified Financial Planner, and is a member of the Financial Planning Association.



Betsy Schreyer, Advisory Committee

Betsy Schreyer is a professional grant writer and has been living in Central Florida since 2002. She assists with grant management and fundraising for Crealde School of Art and has had her own coaching practice since 2002. She has honed her business and leadership skills over many years in the trenches of corporate life, as a thought-leader, product developer, brand and marketing manager for forward-thinking organizations including Aveda Corporation, Rivertown Trading Corporation, the University of St. Thomas, and ChartHouse Learning Corporation (creators of the best-selling book and film FISH!).  She holds a B.A. in Intercultural Education from Wheaton College in Illinois and an Executive M.B.A. from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Betsy received her coaching training from Coaches Training Institute, and is currently gaining credentials for certification.



Mark Thompson, Advisory Committee

Mr. Thompson has over 30 years of audit, accounting and marketing experience at organizations including Barnett Bank, ALLTEL, Deloitte and Price Waterhouse. A graduate of the University of Delaware and a CPA, CIA and CISA, Mark is Director of Internal Audit, at Orlando Utilities Commission. He serves on the Audit Committee of the Florida State Board of Administration and he has served on professional committees at the Orlando Federal Credit Union and Central Florida chapter of the IIA. He and his wife, Louise, reside in College Park and have two boys; a PhD candidate at the University of Texas, and an IT consulting manager residing in Tampa. They have been parishioners at St. Margaret Mary since 2004. Mark has been actively involved in Crown Financial Ministries, JustFaith, Toastmasters International and FOCCUS.