Growing up in West Texas, CASA Volunteer, Mike Cannon, probably never imagined his career in pipeline engineering, operations and management would span 38 years and take him to Oklahoma, California and Louisiana and far-away places like Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Russia and China where he not only worked, but lived. After graduating from Texas A&M University… Read more »
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Our CASA Volunteer featured this month, Charlotte Horn, is a 5th generation Austinite, whose great, great, great grandfather owned a bathhouse on Shoal Creek, where a park named for him now resides. Her parents moved to Bastrop County when Charlotte was 16 years old and she graduated from Lexington High School. Charlotte lives in McDade… Read more »
Kendi Stockton, Victor Gonzalez, Michelle Napolitano, Tiffany Wilkinson, John Schultz and Valerie Cunningham (left to right, back row) and Mickie Hernandez, Laura Odom, Mary English, Annie Grossmann, Fran Ritz and Tana Montgomery (left to right, front row) were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by the Honorable Judge Benton Eskew on Tuesday, September… Read more »
This month’s featured CASA Volunteer, Mary Moody, was born and raised in Bastrop, to a care-taker/stay-at-home mom and a millworker dad. Growing up as an only child, and a daddy’s girl, Mary was shy growing up, but always knew she had a giving heart. She later grew out of the shyness. In high school, a… Read more »
We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Wanda Johnson, Chelsea Rawlings and Chris Butler (left to right) as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) by the Honorable Judge Benton Eskew on July 17, 2018 in Bastrop County, Texas.