New leaders named to diocesan posts

Bishop David Zubik has announced the appointments of three people to senior leadership positions in diocesan central administration, effective April 1, 2021.

Robert Costantino was named Chief Financial Officer, succeeding David Misch. Costantino has 28 years of experience in major manufacturing and for-profit higher education, with a diversified background in financial management, strategic planning, forecasting and oversight.

Costantino is a parishioner at Saint Philip Parish in Crafton.  He and wife Trish have three children.

The diocese’s new Chief Facilities Officer is Chuck Goetz, who replaces Paul Iurlano.  Most recently he worked as business manager at four parishes— Saint Kilian in Adams/Cranberry townships, Holy Sepulcher in Glade Mills, Divine Mercy in downtown Pittsburgh and Saint Aidan in Wexford.  

Goetz and his wife Cindy are the parents of four children and members of Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish in Glenshaw.

Deacon Kevin Lander has a new title to match the responsibilities he has been handling for several months—Chief Operating Officer.  He supervises Benefits/Insurance and Payroll, Human Resources, Information Technology, Auditors and Diocesan Real Estate. 

Prior to joining the diocese in 2013, he was Senior Vice President in charge of Enterprise ATM Services for U.S. Bank.  At the diocese, he has served as Director of Operations and Information Technology, and Associate General Secretary. 

Deacon Lander and his wife Maureen have three children.  In addition to his staff responsibilities, he is assigned to Saint Raphael the Archangel Parish in Carnegie/Green Tree/Scott.