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Board of Trustees

Spindletop Center operates under the leadership of our Board of Trustees. Members of the Board of Trustees are appointed by the five county commissioners courts in Jefferson, Chambers, Orange, Hardin and Jasper counties.


Frank Coffin


Jefferson County

Frank C. Coffin, Jr. has over 40 years of law enforcement and private investigation experience. As a police officer, he worked his way up the ranks from patrol officer to investigator to supervisor and then retired as Chief of Police.

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Ida Schossow


Orange County

Ida Schossow was appointed by the Orange County Commissioners Court to the Spindletop Center Board in October 2021. Ms. Schossow has been the president of the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce since August 2010. Her background includes over 32 years of management experience in the banking industry. She also serves as the Associate Municipal Judge for Bridge City.


Mike Marion


Orange County

Mike Marion has been on the Board of Trustees since March 2019. Currently, Mr. Marion is assigned as the prosecutor for the 260th District Court for the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. He is also a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Texas Bar Association, Texas District and County Attorney’s Association, and secretary and trustee for the Vidor Independent School District.


Edreauanna Fowler


Jefferson County

Edreauanna Fowler serves as a fifth-grade science teacher at Lakeview Elementary. Ms. Fowler has a strong passion for teaching and education. She also serves as the Director of Youth Ministry Operations at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, overseeing and facilitating over 20 ministries that fall under the youth ministry umbrella.


Lacey Guedry


Hardin County

Lacey is the current owner and provider at Sour Lake Health and Medical in Sour Lake, Texas since 2019. Lacey has been a member of the nursing profession and healthcare field for over twenty years, working with an unrivaled passion for helping others. She earned her Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Texas in 2016. Lacey is also the founder of In-Touch NP, a direct care virtual practice.


Rebecca Ford

Vice Chair

Jefferson County

Rebecca Ford served as Mayor of the City of Bevil Oaks for 16 years before retirement. Prior to that, she worked as the Vice-President of Lending and Community Relations Liaison for Mobil Oil Federal Credit Union. Ms. Ford now happily spends her time volunteering for various causes.


Gaye Lokey


Hardin County

Gaye Lokey was a teacher and administrator for 36 years with Silsbee ISD. Ms. Lokey worked as an Educational Consultant with Learning Keys Partners and a mentor in School Leadership Program. She is a trainer in Mental Health First Aid for adolescents.  


Dolores Sennette


Jefferson County

Dolores Sennette is a retired teacher and a "Delta Dear" longtime member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Ms. Sennette has been with the sorority for 58 years and serves as a Co-Chair of Ritual & Ceremonies Commission.


Dr. Dana Johnson


Jefferson County

Dr. Dana Johnson is the Director of Pharmacy at Kate Dishman Rehabilitation Hospital. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and attends Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church. She enjoys spending time with her family, as well as, crafting and party planning.


Judge Mark Allen


Jasper County

Mark Allen is the current County Judge for Jasper County, taking office in 2007. Judge Mark Allen has devoted much of his life to public service. Having served two tours overseas in the Air Force during Operation Desert Storm, Judge Allen also has a vast background in working in law enforcement and emergency management.


Brian Hawthorne


Chambers County

Brian C. Hawthorne is currently Sheriff of Chambers County, Texas. Sheriff Hawthorne is a 28-year veteran of the Texas Department of Public Safety, serving as a Trooper, a Highway Patrol Sergeant, and the last year as Special Assistant to the Director of the Department of Public Safety working as a legislative liaison to the Texas Senate and the Texas House of Representatives.


Sheriff Mark Davis

Ex Officio Board Member

Hardin County

Mark Davis is currently Sheriff of Hardin County, Texas. He has over 33 years of law enforcement experience that includes employment with Office of Attorney General as a Regional Manager supervising healthcare fraud and patient abuse investigations within treatment facilities. He is the former Chief of Police in Silsbee.


Sheriff Zena Stephens

Ex Officio Board Member

Jefferson County

Since becoming Sheriff, Sheriff Zena Stephens has implemented a mental health unit, skilled training program for inmates, and a canine unit at the correctional facility. Stephens has reduced the operational budget, created work schedules that allow employees to spend more time with their families, and created a unit responsible for county road and bridge protection from commercial vehicle destruction.

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