Board of Directors



Judy Dunn, Vice Chairman

Bob Flocke, Secretary

Lee Butler, Treasurer

Dana Hartoin, Pantry Chairman

Melissa Maceo

Cathy Moreman

John Myers

Jennifer Scharlach

 

Judy Dunn

Judy, a native Austinite, has been in Wimberley since 1983. For 20 years she owned a book store in Wimberley.  Now she runs Sleepy Hollow Mini Storages and keeps busy with Meals on Wheels and Crisis Bread Basket.  For over ten years, she has worked the local elections—serving as an election clerk as well as an election judge.  She loves travelling, cooking, gardening and is an avid walker.  Judy loves to read and has belonged to the same book club for nearly 40 years.  “Giving back” is very important to her.

Bob Flocke

Bob and his wife Jenelle have lived in Wimberley for 15 years. Following a 24-year career as an Army officer, Bob retired in 1992, worked seven years for the Air Line Pilots Association in Washington, DC, and six years for the city of Austin before retiring again in 2006.  Bob served on the Wimberley city council for eight years, including four years as mayor.  They chose Wimberley because they had visited Bob’s parents here for 30 years and, after traveling all over the world, believed that there is no place on earth better to live.  Bob is a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Wimberley VFW Post 6441 and the Wimberley Valley Chamber of Commerce.  He is a graduate of Texas A&M with a masters degree from the University of Missouri.

Lee Butler

Lee and his wife Beth moved to Wimberley in 1999. After a career as a coastal engineer both in private industry and with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lee established his Coastal Engineering software company, Veri-Tech, Inc., in Vicksburg, MS. He now runs the firm from Wimberley via email and web contacts. Lee is an active member of St. Mary Catholic Church, an officer with the local Knights of Columbus and has been a volunteer for the Bread Basket for several years.

John Myers

John and his wife Karen moved to Wimberley in 2011.  John owned an Accounting Software Firm, Marathon Group, that sold and customized Enterprise software to mid-level clients.  After selling the business and consulting for a while, John and Karen retired to “A Little Bit of Heaven, Wimberley”.  John has volunteered for various non-profits in the Dallas area, is an active members of the Wimberley Presbyterian Church and mentors at Jacobs Well Elementary.  John is a graduate of the University of Texas and has an MBA from the University of Dallas.

Jennifer Scharlach

Jennifer, her husband Shad and their daughter Caroline have lived in Wimberley since 2008.  Jennifer Scharlach is fortunate to call Wimberley her hometown.  Jennifer has been involved in non-profit public relations and marketing since graduating from Texas State University in 1999.  Jennifer is a Lecturer of Practice for the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University.  Jennifer started volunteering for the Crisis Bread Basket in 2013.