MCHD board members are elected to four-year terms; officers are elected by the board annually, and the board chairman announces the committee chairs each year.
MCHD Board Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month at 4 pm in the MCHD Board Room and are open to the public.
Kenn Fawn, Chairman, Position 2 At-Large
Mr. Fawn has served on MCHD’s Board since 2006. He and his wife Kaye have lived in Magnolia since 1999. They moved from Houston after his retirement so he would have more room to “roam around.” They have two daughters and seven grandchildren. Kenn worked for Shell for 36 years and then four more years as a consultant. As a process engineer, he designed multi-million dollar chemical plants throughout the United States, in the Middle East and Asia. Kenn claims that he is the only engineer in Shell that actually.Read More
Mark Cole, Vice-Chair, Position 1 At-Large
Mr. Cole has served on the MCHD Board of Directors since November 2011, when he was appointed to fill an unexpired term. Mr. Cole is the general counsel for U.S. Development Group LLC, an industrial real estate development company. A resident of Montgomery County since 2004, Mr. Cole has been a member of the Rotary Club of The Woodlands and has served as a director and chairman of several non-profits and ministries. He is the founding (and current) chairman of the Montgomery County chapter of the Friends of the NRA.Read More
Chris Grice, Treasurer, Precinct 3
Chris Grice was elected as an MCHD Board of Director in 2014. He serves as the Treasurer for the board. Grice joined the Amegy Private Bank in April of 2005 to present as team leader for Private Banking managing Northwest Harris County and Montgomery County, Texas. Prior to joining Amegy Bank he was employed at Whitney National Bank-Houston from September 2004 to April 2005, JP Morgan/Chase-Houston in Private Banking from November 1985 to June 2004, Klein Bank-Houston from February 1983 to November 1985, Heights State Bank-Houston from February 1982- February.Read More
Sandy Wagner, Secretary, Precinct 1
Ms. Wagner has served on the MCHD Board since 2004, and currently serves as Secretary. Sandy was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey. She was educated at The Dwight Englewood School in Englewood; Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and Columbia University in New York City. Sandy was appointed to the New Jersey State Historical Commission by Governor Brendan Byrne. She was active in Junior League and many other community organizations while living in Ridgewood, New Jersey. Sandy is a retired Real Estate Broker and held Real Estate licenses in.Read More
Brad Spratt, Member, Precinct 2
Brad Spratt joined the MCHD Board in January 2017. A Native Texan, he was born and raised in Southeast Texas. Upon graduating from high school, he began a career in emergency services as a volunteer firefighter in his hometown and later transitioned to a full time position with the local 911 EMS provider. He went on to become an EMT and Paramedic. He has served as the Paramedic Field Supervisor for the 911 provider in Port Arthur, Texas. Brad has also worked in the oil and gas industry providing remote.Read More
Georgette Whatley, Member, Position 3 At-Large
Ms. Whatley has served on the MCHD Board of Directors since 2004, including a term as Chairman. She is the owner of a small business located in Conroe. Georgette earned an Accounting Degree from Sam Houston State University, where she graduated Cum Laude in 1985. After working for Mitchell Energy for a number of years, she earned her teaching certification and taught elementary school for 15 years. After her teaching career, she decided to become a small business owner and real estate investor in 2000. She lives in April Sound,.Read More
Bob Bagley, Member, Precinct 4
Mr. Bagley has served on the MCHD Board of Directors since 2010. He is a Texas native and a Vietnam, Gulf War and disabled veteran. He has three beautiful daughters and granddaughters. He has been a grassroots activist, lobbying at the State Capitol and locally for years, promoting the Constitution and all that it stands for. He has been an active member in his church (Memorial Baptist Church in Montgomery) since returning to the state upon retirement. He’s also a former business owner and Peace Officer.Read More