Reclamation Center Information Map
Deacon Thomas Mulvihill
Deacon Tom was ordained in 2009 and serves at Mary Queen of Peace Parish in Webster Groves, where he and his wife, Molly, have been Parishioners for nearly 35 years. They have five children: Oliver (who died at an early age from cancer), Margaret, Brecht, Patrick, and Lucy. He covets time with them and his grandchildren and enjoys spending time at their family farm in DeSoto, Missouri. After 30+ years in the Marketing industry, including running his own firm for over two decades, he worked in Development at St. Patrick Center, then as the Director of Admission and a Theology teacher at Saint Louis Priory School. When this opportunity at The Reclamation Center presented itself, he was thrilled to participate because he had been “collecting” Liturgical items for a number of years, buying everything from chalices and monstrances, to thuribles and linens from thrift stores and second-hand shops, merely to get them “off the market,” and prevent them from what the Church would call “profane use.” He is happy to say that these various items have now been donated to The Reclamation Center, and many are now thankfully in use at Parishes across the Archdiocese.
Deacon John Stoverink
Married to Joanna over 37 years, Deacon John was ordained a permeant deacon in 1993. First assigned at Saint Ambrose until transferring to the Cathedral in 2016. Grew up in a military family and graduated from college from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. He has master's degrees in Business Administration and Computer Resource Management. He was a member of the Information Technology Advisory boards for Saint Louis Community College and the University of Missouri at Saint Louis. Served as a member of Washington University Information Security roundtable and several cybersecurity groups. He was an Adjunct Professor at Webster University Business Administration graduate program. Deacon John served as the first Chief Information for the City of Saint Louis and managed Information Technology Operations and Security Systems at Saint Louis Lambert International Airport. He retired in June 2020, after forty (40) years in the Information Technology Industry. He enjoys gardening, traveling, and volunteer work.
Joanna was born and raised in the Italian community of the Hill and was a parishioner of Saint Ambrose. She currently is a parishioner of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis and has been married to John for thirty-seven (37) years. She worked for the City of Saint Louis for over forty-two (42) years. Joanna was responsible for the City’s telecommunication accounts and was the travel coordinator for City employees. She also prepared documents for the City’s Board of Estimate and Apportionment meetings. Joanna coordinated travel arrangements for the 71-member Saint Louis contingency participating in the Integrated Emergency Management Program sponsored by FEMA in Emmitsburg, Md. These participants attended the event for administrative planning to handle emergencies during the visit of Pope John Paul II in January 1999. She retired in December 2014 and enjoys reading, visiting the art museum, traveling, and doing volunteer work. Joanna currently serves as the membership officer for the Retired Employees - City of Saint Louis.