Newly Elected Board Members

Newly Elected Board Members

Three new Directors were elected onto the Board on July 14th, at the Annual Meeting. We welcome these new Directors and look forward to seeing what future endeavors that they will bring to CCEC. 


RICHARD H. LANGE is a lifelong resident of Norton and has been farming in Norton and surrounding communities since 1973. He continues to farm cotton, wheat and milo, as well as run cattle. Lange and his wife, Jean, have two children and are active members of St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Ballinger, where he serves as a lector and assisted with CCD for many years. Lange was a member of the Facilities Needs Assessment Committee for Ballinger ISD, helping to prioritize renovation projects, and the Herbicide Regulation Advisory Committee to the Runnels County Commissioners Court. In 1995, Lange became a loss adjuster for the Farm Service Agency. He has been an active member of the Norton Lions Club for 45 years and is once again serving as president of the club. He also was active in 4-H and served for several years on the Runnels County Junior Livestock Show Association Board of Directors.


LES DOBBINS JR. is a lifelong resident of Coleman County. He and his wife, Diana, live on the farm that has been in her family for more than 100 years, and they have two sons. Dobbins works for Coleman ISD in grounds maintenance and as a bus driver. For the previous seven years, he was employed at Cross Plains ISD as the transportation director. Many people know him from his many years in the family business, Dobbins Service Station, on the south end of Commercial Avenue in Coleman. He was a volunteer with the Coleman Fire Department for almost 20 years, serving as fire chief and in other officer positions. He volunteered for several years with events of the Coleman Chamber of Commerce. Dobbins has been a trustee at Bible Baptist Church for several years. He also serves as song leader for the church, a position he has held for more than 25 years


BRENT MCMILLAN is a co-owner of Johnson Feed Barn. He and his wife, Renea, have two daughters and two grandchildren and are members of First Baptist Church. McMillan serves as director of the Coleman County Youth Activity Board. He previously served as a director of the Coleman Chamber of Commerce and Coleman ISD School Board, and held office as director, secretary and president of the Coleman Rodeo Association.

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