Diocesan Deans

The American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the U.S.A. is composed of fourteen regional deaneries (districts):  Canada, Chicago, Florida, Johnstown, Mid-Atlantic, New England, New Jersey, New York, Pittsburgh, Pocono, Southern Tier, Tri-State, Washington, D.C., and Youngstown.



 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Maxym Lysack, Dean
26 Bowmoor Avenue
Nepean, Ontario  (Canada) K2E-6M4
(613) 723-7790



Very Rev. Samuel Sherry, Dean
7313 Waukegan Road
Niles, Illinois  60714



 Very Rev. Fr. Michael Miklos, Dean
1347 Alster Avenue
Spring Hill, Florida  34609
Home: (352) 683-0975  Cell: (352) 397-8878



 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Frank P. Miloro, Dean
249 Butler Avenue
Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15906
(814) 539-8086  Fax: (814) 536-4699


Mid -Atlantic

 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Robert Rebeck, Dean
1231 North 14th Street
Whitehall, Pennsylvania  18052
(610) 432-0272


New England

 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Luke Mihaly, Dean
74 Joes Hill Road
Danbury, Connecticut  06811
(203) 748-0671  Fax: (203) 794-1490


New Jersey - New York City

Very Rev. Fr. Andrew Fetchina, Dean
211 West Grand Avenue
Rahway, NJ 07065
Tel: (732) 382-8844



Very Rev. Robert Prepelka, Dean
450 Glenwood Drive
Ambridge, Pennsylvania  15003
(724) 266-2879



 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Mark Leasure, Dean
745 South Keyser Avenue
Taylor, Pennsylvania  18517
(570) 562-1170


Southern Tier

Very Rev. Protopresbyter James Dutko, Dean
280 Clinton Street
Binghamton, New York  13905
(607) 797-4471  Fax: (607) 797-1090



 Very Rev. Michael Kabel, Dean
70600 Barton Road
St. Clairsville, Ohio  43950
(740) 695-9533


Washington, D.C.

Very Rev. Fr. Peter Zarynow, Dean
10201 Democracy Blvd.
Potomac, MD 20854
Tel: (301) 299-5120



 Very Rev. Protopresbyter Kenneth Bachofsky, Dean
2053 North Road NE
Warren, Ohio  44483
(330) 372-9778  Fax: (330) 372-5987


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