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2020 BOARD of DIRECTORS

Teryl Flynn,  President 

Teryl and her husband Steve are Trophy Club “boomerangs”.  After living here for several years, they took a job move for 3 years, and upon retirement have returned to Trophy Club for good.  Teryl, past Treasurer of TCWC, spent 25 years as a management consultant. She also was the Director of Operations for a non-profit animal shelter in Connecticut, and has brought her passion for animals to Trophy Club, where she fosters puppies in her spare time. Both Teryl and Steve enjoy golf, travel and walking their two dogs – Chevy and Skye – around their new neighborhood. Teryl has enjoyed the friendships she has made through TCWC, and the activity groups and programs offered by the Club.

Sherry Smalling,  Vice President Programs

Sherry and her husband of almost 25 year, Eric, have lived in Roanoke for almost 7 years, having moved here from Euless.  They have 2 awesome children -- Josh, age 18, a senior at Byron Nelson High School; and Sarah, age 13, a 7th grader at Tidwell Middle School.  Sherry came to know about the women's club through her friend from Church, Kathy Carlton.  She joined the club shortly after Kathy's death in 2019, She has tried to be as active as possible with her busy life.  Sherry's passions include her pursuit of God, her love for her family, cooking, wine and travel.  She has enjoyed her travels all over the world and has many stories to tell.  She has owned a local travel agency, Lifetime Travel, for almost 5 years, specializing in luxury and group travel and cruises.  Before that, she worked in outside business-to-business sales for several years and then was a stay at home Mom for 13 years, 3 of which she homeschooled her children.  She loves the fun events and camaraderie of TCWC and looks forward to meeting many new people in the coming year. 

Jeannette Tiffany,  Vice President Membership Development

Jeannette and Jarry located to Trophy Club March in 2010 just in time to meet the “Tea Lady” of Trophy Club Women’s Club, Barbara West.    Jeannette had the privilege of meeting Barbara who graciously invited her to attend the TCWC Spring Tea.  With a personal invitation and fun event, Jeannette joined TCWC.  Membership in TCWC opened many doors for Jeannette in the Town of Trophy Club: launching “Trophy Club Stars and Stripes”; serving as Chair for Town of Trophy Club Parade of Patriots; serving on the Town Council from 2011-2013; and serving as Social Chair, Membership Chair and Programs Chair for TCWC over the last ten years. TCWC membership and participation introduced her to the residents of the Town of Trophy Club.Jeannette’s professional experience began as a public-school educator and transitioned to business consulting for the last twenty-five years of her career.  Bible studies, reading, photography, gardening, golf, and yoga are her interests. Jeannette and Jarry Tiffany live a quiet life, church, golf, friends, and family. The “favored son” is Watson Tiffany, the beloved dog!

Cathy Baldwin,  Vice President Communications

Cathy and her husband, Ed, moved to Trophy Club from Southlake in 2017 after the last of their children finished high school. They  have three wonderful children -- Cassie, an A&M grad who's working in Dallas and about to begin her seminary studies; Lisie and Adam.  Lisie's a junior at Clemson University studying mechanical engineering and her twin brother, Adam, is studying Physics at University Leipzig (Germany).  Cathy continues to work with Ed as COO of their software consulting firm.  Cathy and Ed are both Silicon Valley grads having worked for large computer firms in Finance and Marketing (Cathy) and Software Engineering (Ed). You'll most often see them walking through Hogan's Glen with their new little puppy, Henry, working out at Solana or at the myriad of fabulous local restaurants. Cathy enjoys reading, Bible studies, traveling (watching Lisie play vball for Clemson and catching up with Adam in Europe) and a nice glass of Pinot Noir. Cathy joined TCWC in 2018 after meeting Jeannette and Sally (Freeman) on her walks and her first job was chairing the Scholarship Committee which she loved; she has also helped with the Garage Sales and Home Tour and also volunteers for Metroport Meals on Wheels.

Luanne Oldham, Vice President Webmaster

LuAnne and her husband, Paul moved from Bridgeport to Trophy Club in 2012.  She graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 1997, with a focus on both paralegal and business management studies.  In addition to a career in title insurance management, LuAnne has served as a Texas Educator at Bridgeport High School, Guest Speaker and Adjunct Professor at Northlake Junior College, continuing education provider for Texas Dept of Insurance, and with many volunteer organizations. Upon moving to Trophy Club, LuAnne worked with the City of Denton as a Real Estate Specialist.  Most recently, LuAnne served on the Town of Trophy Club’s Planning and Zoning Commission as a Commissioner and Vice-Chair.  She stays active in town affairs and has independently made public presentations to Trophy Club Town council on topics of interest.  Favorite pastimes involve grandchildren, bible study, research, real estate, and beachcombing with her best friend, Paul.

Marion Hawker, Treasurer

Marion and her husband of 32 years, Richard, have lived in Trophy Club for over 20 years, after living in the Boston area for a couple of years where it turned out to be too cold for them. Marion is originally from Germany; her husband is from England. Both are also proud US citizens. Marion retired from IBM just a few months ago, and Richard is now also retired. Their biggest passion is exploring the world. They have traveled to remote corners such as Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal and Tanzania, with hopefully many more adventures to come in the future. Marion and Richard are dedicated cat lovers. Currently, four cats are leading a life of luxury and ruling the household. In addition, Marion and Richard are hosting her niece from Germany who goes to school in Argyle. Marion also enjoys working out, gardening and baking. After a break of about three years, Marion is excited to be back on the TCWC Board.  In the past, she has served as Membership VP, chair of Allocations and Grants, and has also enjoyed serving on the Allocations and Grants and Scholarship Committees.

Trisa Horgen,  Secretary

Trisa and her husband Tom moved to Trophy Club in 2017 from Colorado due to Tom’s job transfer.  Trisa and Tom enjoy restoring older homes and were lucky enough to find a diamond in the rough here in Trophy Club. Trisa was introduced to TCWC by Alice Murphy through their combined love of basset hounds and their shared work together at a local charity for basset hounds. Trisa and Tom have 3 children -- Cody, who moved with them to Trophy Club and is 19 and will be attending UNT in the Fall; Cassandra, who is 23 and will be starting a Master’s Program in the Fall in Canada; and Alex, who is 24 and continues to live in Colorado.  Trisa previously worked as a Paralegal for 23 years in Colorado and continues to work with Tom here in Texas. Trisa enjoys reading, rehabbing older homes, traveling, crafts, and spending time with her adult children and family.  Trisa served as the Secretary for the TCWC Board in 2019, was a Co-Chair for the 2019 Home Tour, served on many TCWC Committees and was involved in several TCWC Activities in 2019.

Marsha Pyeatt, Parliamentarian

Marsha and her husband, Gene, have been married for nearly 38 years. They spent their first 7 years in San Angelo, TX, where Marsha was an active member of the local chapter of the American Cancer Society, and she and her best friend had a successful business called “Lula & T Boggins”, selling their own creations. After relocation to the DFW Metroplex from San Angelo in 1989 for Gene’s job, they spent 18 years in Coppell. While there, Marsha was a tireless supporter of the Coppell Family YMCA, working on sponsorships for their annual Diamonds and Denim fundraising Ball. She and Gene moved to Roanoke in 2007, then relocated to Trophy Club in 2016 where she has volunteered with Metroport Meals on Wheels. Marsha has been an active supporter of DFW Collie Rescue since 2007. She enjoys traveling, especially exploring small towns and studying their history, and loves searching for antiques. Back in the late 1990’s while Marsha was actively trading antiques on eBay, she was approached to participate as trial user of a new online payment system. That system eventually turned into what is now known as PayPal, making her one of the 1st 100 members! She has one son, Tim, who lives in Lewisville with his wife, Karen, and their Golden Retriever, Stormy. When Marsha isn’t busy volunteering for charities or shopping for antiques, she likes to spend time with her husband and their three dogs, GusGus, Amelia, and Blanca (The Pup Patrol!).

STANDING COMMITTEES

Activities: Coordinates all activities communicating with members and the Board

Chair:  Kim Couch   activities@mytcwc.org

Allocations and Grants, Responsible for all phases of the TCWC grant process from posting the grant application to the community through presentation of the grants.

Chair:  Tiffany Nimphius   grants@mytcwc.org

Community Services and Projects, Participate in the selection of two-three projects a year; community projects, town, school, and others.  Work with others in meeting the project requirements

Chair:  Pam Silva   service@mytcwc.org

Scholarship Committee, Evaluates BNHS high school seniors applying for TCWC General Scholarship and Barbara West Memorial Scholarship (Culinary/Horticulture students) and works with BNHS in awarding them annually at May's Royal Awards event

Chair:  Chasidy Murphy   scholarships@mytcwc.org

BNHS Liaison, Coordinates communication and good working relationship between TCWC and BNHS, offering assistance whenever possible and alerting BNHS students of volunteer opportunities with TCWC. 

Chair:  Karen Williams bnhs@mytcwc.org 

Garage Sales, Manages the two garage sales, Spring and Fall, in Trophy Club, organizing volunteers, working with partners and promoting them. TCWC is sanctioned by the town of Trophy Club to hold these garage sales;  the permit proceeds provide scholarships to Byron Nelson High School graduates. 

Chair::  Jenee Molacek   garagesale@mytcwc.org 

Social, Coordinates activities such as:  Progressive Dinner and any new social event.

Chair:  Maryann Dumbleton   social@mytcwc.org

Chair:  Dede Brady   social@mytcwc.org

Tour of Homes, The annual Home Tour of Homes is TCWC’s big event raising money for selected charitable organizations in the local area.  The event requires many volunteers’ time, skills, expertise, and passion.  Volunteers are needed for: After Party Decorations & MenuPlanning; Decorating; Greeter Coordinator; Wine Pull; Auction/Raffle; Design Work & Printing; Publicity; Ticket Sales; Sponsorship Development

When:  Sunday December 2020 (date TBD)

Chair:    TBD

Compassion Group, Provides a meal for members in time of need due to a health issue or loss of family member.

Coordinator: Jeannette Tiffany   membership@mytcwc.org

On-line Manager: Linda Myers   lindamyers409@gmail.com

Town Liaison, Acts as the liaison between the Board of Directors and the Town of Trophy Club and proposes activities for TCWC participation with the Town.

Chair:  Mindi Bone  mindi1976@yahoo.com

about us

TCWC makes a difference in our community through charitable giving, friendship, activities and collaboration with other local organizations.  We strive to make every person and place we touch better. 

Our Mission

Our Mission is to welcome newcomers to Trophy Cub, promote new friendships, foster social contacts and participate in community and charitable events.

WHEN YOU DONATE

Please consider Trophy Club Women's Club, Inc., a 501(c)  organization when making your tax-deductible contributions.  Our partnership with sponsors allows us to continue our wonderful tradition of giving back to the community.

Contacts

mytcwcinfo@mytcwc.org

P.O. Box 1573

Roanoke, TX 76262


   
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