Mark Reeve, District 2
Colleges attended: Southwest Texas State University, bachelor’s degree in physical education, minor in health; Texas A&M University-Kingsville, master’s degree in school administration and principal’s certificate.
Occupation: Rancher, retired teacher and coach.
Previous employment: Einherjar, Reykjavik, Iceland, head football coach; Asane Seahawks, Norway, co-head coach/offensive coordinator; Texas Lutheran University, assistant head coach, defensive coordinator; Cuero High School, athletic director, head football coach; Plano West Senior High School, athletic director and head football coach; Victoria High School, athletic director and head football coach.
Current membership and offices held in organizations: Deacons Sunrise Baptist Church, chairman; Sons of the Republic of Texas; Sons of the American Revolution; Mayflower Society; Texas Baptist Men Disaster Relief Kerrville Chainsaw Group; Kerr County Jail, volunteer life skills teacher; His Print Ministry—European Sports Outreach Ministry; Texas Farm Bureau; Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
Connie Stockbridge, District 3
Previous employment: Mason Bank, executive vice president and senior lending officer.
Past membership and offices held in organizations: Mason City Council, mayor; Mason Chamber of Commerce, president and treasurer; Mason County Appraisal District Board, secretary; Mason Housing Authority, chairman; Fort Mason Golf Association, treasurer; Mason Independent School District Board of Directors.
Current membership and offices held in organizations: Mason Bank, director; FUMC Foundation, secretary; Bluebonnet CASA, board member and treasurer.
Wayne Seipp, District 4
Colleges attended: Texas Tech University and Sul Ross State University, bachelor’s degree in range management and master’s degree in range science.
Occupation: Rancher and part-time technician, Gillespie County Soil and Water Conservation District Board.
Previous employment: USDA, Natural Resources Conservation, Marfa, Balmorhea, Hondo, Kerrville and Fredericksburg offices, resource team leader.
Current membership and offices held in organizations: Hill Country Youth Commercial Heifer Association, director; Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association; Society for Range Management, certified professional in range management; Rangeland Consultants, Inc., director and officer; Christ Lutheran Church; Prairie Mountain Wildlife Management Association, census chairman; Prairie Mountain Community Club.
Past membership and offices held in organizations: Soil Conservation Society of America; Marfa Roping Club, president; Jeff Davis County Livestock Association, president; Big Bend Livestock Association, animal superintendent.
William “Bill” Boggs, District 4
College attended: Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, bachelor’s degree in business administration, major in management.
Previous Employment: LyondellBasell Petrochemical Company.
Past membership and offices held in organizations: Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors, vice president; Leander Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, vice president; Cedar Park/Leander Seniors and Law Enforcement Together, president; Benbrook Ranch Home Owners Association, vice president; Jim Plain Elementary School PTA, parliamentarian.
Joseph Wieser, District 5
College attended: Texas A&M University, degree in electronics engineering technology.
Previous Employment: Central Texas Electric Cooperative, U.S. Air Force.
Tim Lehmberg, District 5
College attended: Texas A&M University.
Occupation: Gillespie County Economic Development Commission, executive director.
Previous employment: Lehmberg Ranch Company, managing partner; Central Texas Salvage & Recycling, president; NationsBank of Texas, vice president.
Current membership and offices held in organizations: Central Texas Electric Cooperative, vice president and director; Central Texas Extra Services Corporation, vice president and director; CTEC Compensation and Benefits Committee, chair; Texas Center for Wine and Culinary Arts, secretary and director; Save Our Scenic Hill Country Environment, president and director; Texas Hill Country Heritage Association, director; Hill Country Alliance, advisory director; Lower Colorado River Authority, ambassador; Gillespie County Airport Advisory Board; Gillespie County AgriLife Leadership Advisory Board; City/County Relief Route Task Force; City/County Transportation/ Hazard Mitigation Committee; Local Labor Task Force; ERCOT Regional Planning Group; Harper Community Chamber of Commerce; Former Texas Rangers Association; Sons of the Republic of Texas; Alamo Defender Descendants Association; First United Methodist Church, Mason.
Past membership and offices held in organizations: CTEC Community and Member Relations Committee, chair; City Hotel/Conference Center RFP Screening Committee, chair; City Affordable Housing Task Force, chair.