A New Call for David Lemburg ‘04

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The Rev. David Wesley Lemburg, Class of 2004, has been called to serve as Priest in Charge of St. George's, Savannah announces beginning September 17. Lemburg has been an active member in the Episcopal church since he was three years old. He served St. Paul's, Fayetteville as a choir member, acolyte, verger, altar guild, Eucharistic visitor, lector, and Eucharistic minister, before receiving ordination to the diaconate in 2004 and priesthood in 2005.

Lemburg was born in Houston, Texas and raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He is a U.S. Navy Veteran, serving the USS BOXER LHD-4 in the mid-90's, doing Intelligence work. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville before receiving his Master's in Divinity from General. Lemburg comes to St. George's from St. Patrick's in Pooler, Georgia, where he served for a year as the Priest in Charge.

 Previously, Lemburg served as Rector of the Episcopal Church of the Mediator-Redeemer in Magnolia, Mississippi. He has also served as a Chaplain for retired military, and served churches in New York, Western Louisiana and Hawai'i. He is married to the Rev. Melanie Lemburg, the Rector of St. Thomas Isle of Hope in Savannah, also alumna Class of 2004. They have two children - Mary Margaret and Jack.