Thursday, October 25, 2018
The Caddell family loves the great outdoors and loves to travel in their spare time. Their favorite charities are ACH in Fort Worth, Boys & Girls Club, United Way, and Grace of Grapevine. Angela currently serves on the board of ACH in Fort Worth.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
You can find the Kenny’s with their 3 kids Emma 11, Audrey, 7, and Hunter 4 leading full lives with dance, soccer, music, school work, and enjoying the great Texas outdoors.
Tom & Ann Saunders are shown here with their kids, Thomas B. Saunders the 5th and wife Lynn with their children Madalynn & Leslie Ann, Ann Catherine Williams & her husband Perry and their son Jordan, Amy Haydon and her husband Joel and their daughters Mamie Cate and Caroline, and their dog Buddy. Tom B, recently deceased, is survived by his wife Anne. She remains living on the ranch in Parker County in Weatherford, Texas and are a 4th generation ranching family. Their son, Thomas, is now operating the ranch as the 5th generation. Tom B. Saunders the first was the first cattle broker in the Fort Worth Stockyards, and has a park in the Stockyards named for him, which is located under and behind Exchange Street. All of Tom and Ann’s children remain involved in Saunder’s Ranch in some way, and maintain a proud family tradition that has become a valued part of Fort Worth culture. The grandkids are following also in their parents footsteps in ranching and agriculture. The Saunders family is avidly involved in the Doss Heritage Center in Weatherford, Texas. Tom B. started the Log Cabin project, that maintains log cabins in the Heritage Center that represents the original founding of Parker County and help modern day Fort Worth visitors learn about our area’s heritage.
Jessica is an Adult Nurse Practitioner and works at Legacy Heart Care evaluating and managing heart disease patients through EECP therapy. Previously, Jessica worked in
neurology with a focus on migraine and headache.
Matt is an Interventional Neuroradiologist at Radiology Associates of North Texas and focuses on the treatment of brain aneurysms, stroke, and several other vascular abnormalities of the head and neck. He has spent the past two years helping improve stroke awareness and patient outcomes in Fort Worth.
Matt and Jessica love to travel, spend time with family and friends, play tennis, and most of all, they love their new city of Fort Worth, Texas.
David and his wife Cheryl reside in Aledo, Texas, they have three grown, married children (Damaris, Timothy, and Stephen), and three grandchildren.
Joe is Deputy General Counsel at Cook Children’s Health Care System. He serves on the Board of Trinity Valley School, is a member of the Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate and enjoys rooting for the Frogs. Lane is Local Business Manager for Blue Zones Project Fort Worth and is passionate about building the partnerships needed to improve community health in Fort Worth. She enjoys volunteering through University Christian Church, Tarrant Area Food bank, and takes advantage of the great Fort Worth running community.
Their passions include keeping up with their kids and all of their activities, family trips, and hosting family gatherings at their home. Megan recently graduated from TCU and will receive her masters in accounting in May 2019. Taylor will graduate from California Polytechnic with a degree in civil engineering in May of 2019. Allie is studying nursing and is a sophomore at University of South Carolina. Morgan is a senior at Trinity Valley School and very involved with sports and school activities. Kit is a senior at Paschal and loves playing Panther baseball. Michaelis an 8th grader at Trinity Valley School and loves playing and watching sports.
Patti and Jody are both graduates of TCU. Jody also holds his law degree and MBA from SMU. He is in business with his son J.D. investing in multi-family housing. His son-in-law Whit also works with Jody in the fast-food industry. Like Jody, their son Drew and son-in-law Brian are also attorneys with Drew residing in Indianapolis.
Their daughters Elizabeth and Katherine are busy as stay-at-home moms raising their families.
Besides spending time with their family, Patti and Jody are active members of Christ Chapel Bible Church and several other Christian and civic organizations.
Josh is involved in a few family companies GrowCo Capital, Teleos Marketing, and Honey Hollow Ranch. A majority of his time is spent at Teleos Marketing, helping companies drive goals through marketing and sales initiatives.
The boys are extremely active and love all things outdoors, from baseball to bikes; horses at the ranch; or playing in the Tree House. As a family, they are active members and volunteers at Christ Chapel. Josh and Kristina are passionate about other organizations in the community - Cook Children’s and Reel Recovery. Kristina is an active member of the Junior League of Fort Worth and a 2018 graduate of Leadership Fort Worth; while Josh is a proud member of the Fort Worth Stock Show Syndicate and Downtown Fort Worth Rotary.
Monday, March 5, 2018
Patricia was named a “Woman of Influence” by the Fort Worth Business Press in 2011 for her dedication to helping women and children. She is very involved in the community, serving a variety of charitable organizations including Lena Pope and Big Brothers Big Sisters and she has been a member of the Fort Worth Republican Women since 2009.
Patricia’s pride and joys are her children. Patrick graduated from Southwest High School (‘02), attended Texas Tech University and now owns and manages P2 Computer Services. Abrianna attends school in west Fort Worth, aspires to be a Chef and competed on Chopped Jr. last fall.
Monday, February 19, 2018
Brooke is Judge of Probate Court No. 2 and was appointed by the County Commissioners in 2016. She is on the ballot in both the primary and general election this year. Prior to taking the bench, Brooke consistently received recognition as a litigation “Top Attorney.” Cameron is a detective with a local law enforcement agency. For his service, he has been honored with the “Meritorious Conduct Award.”
Together, the Allens stay busy with family and school activities, volunteering for charitable organizations, work, and of course, politics.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Chuck has been an attorney with Decker Jones, P.C. for the past 34 years. Dana is a homemaker and community volunteer. She devotes a lot of her time to Catholic Charities, Meals on Wheels, and their church, Holy Family Catholic Church where they are active members. Both Dana and Chuck support and promote Catholic Charities Fort Worth, where Chuck has also served in various volunteer leadership roles. Some of his activities include serving on the finance committee, endowment board, and the campaign cabinet. Dana has volunteered with several of their programs and projects including Future Servant Leaders and the Gabriel Project.
Chuck and Dana’s sons all live and work in Fort Worth. Chris works in mergers and acquisitions at Western Commerce Group while his wife, Emily, is a Customer Account Manager with Frito Lay. Garrett is a Senior Manager at PMG digital advertising firm. Grant works for Catholic Charities as a lead youth intervention specialist in the Assessment Center.
In addition to spending time with their family, Chuck and Dana are avid Texas Ranger fans and love to hike and travel.
This family of educators - Suleyka is also a teacher - settled into Fort Worth easily. They credit the congeniality of the people of this city for making them feel right at home.
Suleyka and Kent are also Fort Worth ISD parents. The youngest of their four children attends Westcliff Elementary. The Scribners enjoy attending McKinney Bible Church and fellowship with the community.
Kent appreciates the “can-do” spirit of the city, especially when it comes to education. Along with Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and BNSF Executive Chairman Matt Rose, he is collaboratively leading a community-wide effort to have all third-graders reading above grade level by 2025.
Dan has lawyered for food with Decker Jones for forty years while Shelli has worked at Lockheed Martin since raising their kids. Whitney provides children speech therapy with her Masters in Speech Pathology. Dax works at Apex Capital taking it to new levels of success. A Registered Nurse, Faith takes good care of her patients while Dr. Joe teaches medical residents in obstetrics and gynecology. Danny is an actor and musician living Austin while the rest of the family live in greater Fort Worth.
Except the LORD builds the house, they labor in vain that build it. The Bates have faith in their Builder.
Blaze is 15 and is a sophomore, he loves showing and Football. Blaze is a member of the Aledo Bearcat Football team and loves every minute that he gets to spend with the guys and the team. He would live at the football field if we would let him. He shows goats, lambs and his steer this year is Frogs. Frogs named after TCU Blaze is an avid fan.
Stran is 11 and in the 5th grade. He like spending his time building Lego’s and has become very good at it. Stran also enjoys showing and he shows goats, lambs and his first pig this year.
Aubrey is our baby girl, she is 9 and in the 4th grade. Aubrey loves life and is a very busy girl. She likes spending as much time as she can at the vet clinic helping her dad. She loves any kind of animal and has her own mini schnauzer. Aubrey spends her time playing with her American girl dolls and showing, she shows both goats and lambs.
Matthew founded the Law Office of Matthew Bobo, PLLC and handles a broad range of civil litigation matters, including business and commercial litigation; serious personal injury and wrongful death; employment litigation; and business and corporate governance. Tracie runs and manages the law firm operations and runs and manages the family. In addition, she recently started selling art through her business Tracie Bobo Fine Art, LLC.
The Bobo’s enjoy all things Texas A & M, traveling, and cooking together. When apart the boys golf, fish, and hunt while the girls draw, paint and create.