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Tim Koester, may not be very familiar to some people. Ordained for the Diocese of Buffalo inFr. Tim has been serving our country outside of Western New York for the past 28 years.
He recently returned to serve locally again bringing with him a multitude of experience and insight from his many adventures throughout the world. Father Tim began his Christian journey at his baptism at St. Paul Church in Kenmore. He spent the first four years of elementary school at Blessed Sacrament and the last four years at St.
In the second grade, Fr. He wanted to attend the Diocesan Preparatory High School but was advised to try another school until he was sure about the call to priesthood. He dated and had many friendships but realized that the call to priesthood was still there.
After high school he spent a year working as a custodian in an elementary school and spent the summer working at Camp Turner. The more I learn, the more I understand, the more I embrace life and truly appreciate my vocation and the vocation is dynamic!
His first assignment as a priest was to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Dunkirk which he enjoyed very much.
From there he was asked to minister at the Diocesan Youth Department which enabled him to continue spending summers at Camp Turner. He went back and forth during the summers from his office in Buffalo to Camp Turner for boys and at the time, Camp Mary Glen for girls. He lived with the Christian Brothers at St.
Joseph Collegiate Institute in Kenmore and helped out as chaplain there for three years. Tim was assigned to SS. Peter and Paul in Jamestown.
He liked the size of that city. It was also his first experience of being in an area where there were many different faiths, not just Catholics. This ecumenical experience came in handy for the next chapter in his life. With permission from his diocese, Fr.
He attended officer school and was commissioned to the U. Navy as an officer chaplain. He returned to the U. There was a camp set up there to keep people from using boats to cross from Cuba to the U.
Another assignment included 45 days north of the Arctic Circle in Norway and then he was sent to Norfolk, VA where he was assigned to a ship that was still being built. After nearly a week of evading the Serbs he was eventually rescued by the Marines.
Father Tim was aboard that ship in the Adriatic Sea and was called to spiritually minister to the rescued pilot. He ministered to people who lived and worked off that base.
He also worked at the Pentagon and the Navy Annex and helped out one day a week at Arlington National Cemetery doing funerals. That turned into three days a week and added up to over funerals. Father Tim commented that often in the process of doing the funerals he would find a link to Western New York.
It was then back to Guantanamo Bay as Command Chaplain for another two years. Tim was assigned to the U. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD where he worked with one of the battalions.
He was assigned to a particular air base, Aliased in the Province of Iraq.
He crossed over the Euphrates River a number of times to cover a base. They were once trapped at the base for a few days and took mortar fire. There were 5, people on board between the Marines and Navy. Ultimately, you are a city out at sea for six to ten months or longer.
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