Reverend José Cedillo, BCC, ACPE Director of Pastoral Care
Rev. José Cedillo is an Ordained Bishop with the Church of God. He earned his Bachelor’s degree
in religious education in 1989 from Lee University, and his Master of
Divinity degree from the Church of God Theological Seminary in 1992.
Prior to joining UTMB, Jose worked for more than 17 years at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Beginning in 1999, he served as staff chaplain for pediatrics and palliative care, and in 2003 transitioned to Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) supervisory education. In 2008 he was promoted to Manager of Clinical Educational Programs at MD Anderson. He is also a board certified chaplain in the Association of Professional Chaplains.
Reverend Kathy Ozenberger, ACC, Pastoral Care Coordinator, UTMB Angleton Danbury and League City Campuses
Reverend Kathy has been a chaplain at UTMB for nearly 20 years and she will be UTMB’s first
chaplain at Angleton Danbury and League City. Kathy will be available
on the UTMB Angleton Danbury Campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Patients
may be referred to Kathy through a consult request as well as
contacting her directly through hospital administration.
She holds degrees from
Judson College in Marion, Alabama and New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary. Rev. Ozenberger completed two years of Clinical Pastoral
Education at Memorial Healthcare Systems and St. Luke’s Episcopal
Hospital. She is an ordained Baptist minister and holds Associate
Certification in the Association of Professional Chaplains and is a
Clinical Member in the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education.
Chaplain Jenny Schindler, BCC, Chaplain II UTMB Galveston
Chaplain Jennifer Schindler has been serving in ministry for 15 years. She is a board certified
chaplain through the Association for Professional Chaplains. She
trained in Temple, TX at Baylor Scott & White completing a
pediatric fellowship at McLane Children’s Hospital. She earned a
bachelor’s degree in public relations from Texas Tech University, and a
Master’s degree in Christian Education and Recreation from
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.