ARCHDIOCESE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
Deacon Frank Chauvin, CPA, retires after 16 years of service
St. Louis, MO — Deacon Frank Chauvin, CPA has announced that he will retire from his position as Chief Financial Officer for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, at the end of 2014.
Deacon Chauvin has served as the CFO since June 1998, following his retirement from a 36-year career as a partner at Ernst & Young, LLP. As CFO, Deacon Chauvin is responsible for all financial matters for the archdiocese, including public reporting of financial information. He oversees the internal audits of all agencies, ministries and parishes and has management oversight for information technology, human resources and buildings and real estate.
Ordained a permanent deacon in February 1986, Deacon Chauvin serves in a pastoral capacity at Ascension Parish in Chesterfield, MO.
“I am grateful to Deacon Chauvin for his many years of service to the archdiocese,” stated Archbishop Robert J. Carlson. “His years of experience and knowledge have been a substantial benefit to our local Church. It has been a great honor to work with Deacon Chauvin in this professional capacity, and I look forward to continuing our clerical ministry together.”
A search firm has already started its work to find a suitable replacement for Deacon Chauvin.