Trustees sworn in and new officers selected at LISD board meetin

Trustees sworn in and new officers selected at LISD board meeting

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

(Press Release)

Four trustees took the oath of office this morning at a special called meeting by the Lubbock ISD Board of Trustees.

Zach Brady will continue his service on the board after his appointment last year to fill an unexpired at-large position. Brady is an attorney and he and his wife, Dani, are the parents of two Lubbock ISD students: James, who attends Lubbock High School and Emma, who attends the Talkington School for Young Women Leaders. 

Beth Bridges, Ryan Curry and Ben Webb were sworn in as new members of the board. Bridges is the senior property manager at South Plains Mall and is married to Jimmy. Their son, Avery, attends Hutchinson Middle School. Curry is the president and chief executive officer at TXP Capital. His wife, Monica, is a teacher at Miller Elementary School, and they have three sons: Braidy and Quin, who attend Miller Elementary School and John, who attends Irons Middle School. Webb is an attorney and he and his wife, Karen, have two children: Ella attends Ramirez Elementary School and Brayden attends Hutchinson Middle School.

The board also voted on reorganization of officers as follows: Zach Brady, president; Bill Stubblefield, vice president and Scot Mayfield, secretary.

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