Elders

Elders

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Bobby Watts

Bobby Watts and his wife June came to Brown Trail in July, 1977.  He is a retiree of TXU having 36 ½ years of service, mostly in the marketing department.  He has been an elder at Brown Trail since October, 1978.  Bobby and June have been married for 58 years.  Bobby’s area of emphasis is the worship.
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Kevin Carroll

Kevin Carroll came to Brown Trail in 1996 and began serving as an elder in 2012.  He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and is employed as a software engineer at Lockheed-Martin in Fort Worth.  Kevin’s areas of emphasis include education, technology, and young adults.  Kevin and his wife, Kathy, have been married 23 years and are currently homeschooling their two teenage children.
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Guy Elliott

Guy Elliott came to Brown Trail in 2001, and began serving as an elder in 2002. Before retirement Guy served as in insurance agent for Allstate, and prior to that as Vice President of Distribution for Howard Brothers Publishing. Guy’s areas of emphasis with Brown Trail’s work include Finance and Benevolence. He and his wife, Virginia, have been married for 58 years and have three children.
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David Hamrick

David  Hamrick came back to Brown Trail in 2008 after being a member during graduate school in the 1980s and 1990s. He began serving as an elder in April 2015. He has been married to Leah since 1989, and they have two children currently in college. David is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian College and the University of North Texas, and is currently a librarian at Texas Christian University. David’s areas of emphasis include education, technology, and the Truth in…
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Russ Floyd

Russ Floyd came to Brown Trail in 1996 and began serving as an elder in 2017. He is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and is employed as a flight controls software engineer at Lockheed-Martin in Fort Worth. Russ and his wife, Kristy, have been married since 1985 and have two children, Adam and Rachel. Russ has been involved with the youth and teaching high school classes for most of his time at Brown Trail.  Russ’ areas of emphasis…
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Stephen Alexander