We are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Patricia Dodson; Bonnie Kemnitz; Priscilla Ruiz and Danny Ruiz (left to right) as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by the Honorable Judge Benton Eskew on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.
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This month’s featured Volunteer, Polly Williams is a native Texan who has lived all her life in Texas except for two years where she called Colombia, South America home while participating in the Missionary Journeyman program through her church. During this time, she put her experience in the medical field to work by working in… Read more »
Kathy Worley is a self-professed farm girl who grew up on her parents’ farm in Levelland, Texas outside of Lubbock. Her dad farmed, her mother was a stay-at-home mom and did many things to support her family until she went back to school in her 40’s and became a teacher. Kathy was an only child… Read more »
Meet our newest CASA Volunteers, sworn in by Judge Jeff R. Steinhauser on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Pictured left from right: Robin Cerny; Carrie Hill; Krystal Grimes and John Wright. Robin and Carrie will be accepting Fayette County cases, Krystal will accept a Bastrop County case and John will accept a case in Lee County…. Read more »
Earl Ellisor is a fifth generation Texan who grew up in the Houston area and married his high school sweetheart, Kathleen. He has degrees in math and physics from UT Austin and computer science from University of Houston in Clear Lake. Earl and Kathleen have been married for 52 years and they have been blessed… Read more »
Meet our newest CASA Volunteers, sworn in by Judge Benton Eskew on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. Pictured left from right: Cassie Doolittle; Arnie Valdez; Cindy Meyer; Colton Brugger and Ada Beltran. With the exception of Colton, who will be accepting a Fayette County case, all others have accepted Bastrop County cases. We thank you for… Read more »
Sue Iha is a self-proclaimed army brat whose family finally settled in Ohio, where Sue attended high school, obtained her undergraduate degree and married her high school sweetheart. Sue and her husband made their way to Texas where she took a position with the Houston Health Department. She was there for a couple of years… Read more »