The Kaiserslautern UU Fellowship is delighted that the new US Air Force Chaplain arriving in at Ramstein Air Force Base at the end of June will be a UU minister, the Rev. Gregory Dubow!
After he gets settled in, he will help strengthen the fellowship. His professional leadership will be much appreciated.
Chaplain Greg DuBow is an Atlanta native who grew up attending Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Sandy Springs, Georgia.
He graduated from Meadville Lombard Theological School in 2011 and worked in the fields of disaster response and critical care ministry before joining the military.
Ch. DuBow was assessed to active duty in 2014 and assigned to Joint Base Andrews, Maryland. While there he has served as a chaplain to the 1st Helicopter Squadron, 11th Security Forces Group, and Presidential Airlift Group, as well as one tour with the 451st Air Expeditionary Group, Afghanistan.
He and his wife Kristi were married in 2017. She is currently based out of Washington, D.C., where she is a leader in an education non-profit.
Ch DuBow is excited to join the team at Ramstein Air Base and for the opportunity to be part of the European Unitarian Universalist community.