Donald R. Lee,
Dallas, retired from Employers General Insurance Group in June after
a 41-year career in the commercial insurance business. He is involved
with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Lake Highlands Exchange
Fort Worth, plans to retire from Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD at the
end of the school year. He began his tenure in public education
in 1964 as a teacher and coach at Aledo High School, then moved
in 1973 to Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD, where he served in various
roles before being named superintendent in January 1994.
Carrol B. Montgomery (67
Garland, was inducted into the 2001 Garland Sports Hall of Fame
in September for his longtime commitment to the athletes of North
Garland High School. He has been the head athletic trainer and department
head of health and physical education at the school for 28 years.
During his years at North Texas, he was a student athletic trainer
and graduate assistant trainer.
Nelda Stone Fortune
(69 M.Ed.), Early, was promoted to assistant superintendent
of instruction and special programs at Early ISD. Prior to joining
the district in 1995, Fortune worked at Bryan ISD.
Azle, was honored by the Family and Consumer Sciences Teachers Association
of Texas for her dedicated service to the teaching profession. She
teaches family and consumer science at Azle High School and has
taught for 35 years.
Weldon B. Culley,
Arlington, was appointed senior vice president, general auditor
and risk management officer for both Bay View Bank and Bay View
Capital Corp. He was most recently vice president of asset quality
at BancFirst in Oklahoma City. He began his career with the Texas
Department of Banking.
Round Rock, was appointed by the Austin City Council to serve a
two-year term on the Commission on Immigrant Affairs. Sánchez
also serves as a member-at-large of the board of directors of the
Houston Center for Photography and as secretary of the Cultural
Preservation and Graves Protection Association.