Directors


The Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 is governed by a publicly elected five-member Board. The day-to-day operations are managed by the General Manager.

Directors of the District have all pledged to follow the District’s Code of Ethics to ensure the highest level of service to all customers of the District, residents of Trophy Club, and the public.

We invite your questions, comments and concerns.  Please contact us by email or visit one of the Board Meetings listed on the Events Calendar.  We would love to hear from you!

Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 Board of Directors

 

Place 1 Gregory Wilson
Place 2 Bill Rose
Place 3 Kevin Carr
Place 4 Jim Hase
Place 5 Jim Thomas

 


Gregory Wilson, Director Place 1
Vice President

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Greg and his wife Tonya have called Trophy Club home since 2011. They have two children, their son Greg Jr is pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Nebraska and their daughter Nyah is a student at Medlin Middle School. Greg is a United States Air Force veteran with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska and a Master’s degree in Managerial Economics from the University of Oklahoma.

Greg is currently the President of Trophy Club’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC4B) and a former member of the EDC4A. Greg also serves as the Vice President of Medlin’s Mustang Men, graduate of Northwest ISD’s Leadership NISD program and serves on the Churchill Downs Homeowner’s Association Board.

Professionally Greg is the Head of Information Security and serves on several Information Security boards including Dallas CISO Executive Summit Governing Body, Texas Regional Infrastructure Security Conference Advisory Board and Dallas SecureWorld Steering Committee. Greg enjoys volunteering with his local congregation, serving on the Mission’s Committee and has traveled on mission trips to India, Singapore, Costa Rica and Cambodia.

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Bill Rose, Director Place 2

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Bill and his wife Dee have been enthusiastic Trophy Club residents since 1993. Bill received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado State College and his Master’s degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He is also a graduate from National Defense University, Air War College, and the Air Command and Staff College.

Bill is a retired United States Air Force Lt Colonel. He served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Desert Shield. He was awarded the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross for actions in Vietnam. Following his military service, Bill flew with and has retired from American Airlines. He is President Emeritus of the Grey Eagles, a national organization of senior and retired American Airlines pilots.

Bill was elected to the Trophy Club Town Council for five years and served in the positions of Mayor Pro Tem, Council Liaison to the MUD, and Council Liaison to Parks and Recreation. He was a key member of two Home Rule Charter Commissions and has authored numerous Charter revisions adopted by the voters.
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Kevin Carr, Director Place 3
President

Kevin has lived in Trophy Club for over 20 years and has two children who attended Northwest ISD schools.  Kevin was involved in Trophy Club Youth Sports coaching soccer, baseball, and basketball and founded the Trophy Club Roanoke Youth Basketball Association.

In addition to his involvement with youth sports, Kevin served on the Park Board and Town Council from 1997-1999.  Kevin has served on the Board of Directors since 2000.

Kevin graduated from University of Texas at Dallas with a B.S. in Business Administration and is a US Navy Veteran.  He is the owner of RayCorp Inc. which provides claim services and consultation to insurance carriers nationwide.

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Jim Hase, Director Place 4
Secretary/Treasurer

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Jim and his wife Shirley have lived in Trophy Club since 1986. They have two children and seven grandchildren in Trophy Club, and one child and two grandchildren in Austin. Jim graduated from University of Illinois with a B.S. in Accounting. He served in the US Air Force for three years before working for AT&T, where he was the Regional Comptroller for a five-state area, and Operations Manager for the State of Texas.

Active with both the Town of Trophy Club and the Municipal Utility Districts, Jim served on the Town Finance Committee in the early 1990’s before the Town had a paid Finance Department for annual budgets, and recently on the Town’s Citizens Financial Advisory Board (CFAB) from 2010 to 2014.

He was a Director on the MUD 1 Board from 2000 to 2010, and in 2009 served as Chairman of MUD/Town Joint Committee to develop the cost of consolidation of MUD 1 and 2, versus the cost of the Town taking over MUD 2. In 2013/2014 Jim was the Chairman of Citizen’s Advisory Committee, which developed the financial models to determine the impact to customers if Trophy Club MUD No. 1 were dissolved.

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Jim Thomas, Director Place 5

Upon graduation from Auburn University, Jim spent two years in the Army including one year in Vietnam. He served 25 years with IBM and fifteen years with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India’s largest IT Services organization. In 1984, IBM promoted Jim to a position in DFW and he and his wife, Irma, selected Trophy Club as the site for a new home.  Upon arrival, they joined Trophy Lakes Church and remain very active members today. Jim coached baseball, basketball and soccer in the Trophy Club youth leagues as their two children were active participants.

In July of 1984 Jim joined the Trophy Club MUD3 Board and was also involved with the incorporation movement that created the Town of Trophy Club. Over the years, he has served on the MUD3 Board, the MUD2 Board, the MUD Master District Board, and today on the MUD No. 1 Board. He was actively involved in the consolidation of MUDs 2 and 3 in 1990, and the later consolidation of MUDs 1 and 2 in 2009.

In addition to his service to the town and MUDs, Jim organized and ran a church softball league of 30 teams that played in Roanoke for many years and is currently  President of the Board of Directors for the Metroplex Senior Citizens Softball Association (MSCSA).  He has also been an active volunteer at the Roanoke Senior Citizens Center and is on the Board of Directors of AWBD (Association of Water Board Directors). In his spare time, Jim loves playing softball, landscaping, and gardening.

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