Board of Directors

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PAUL POGUE

Pogue Family Missions
Paul is a founder of Minuteman, and has remained a highly active member since its inception. While delivering donated goods to Joplin following the 2011 tornado there, he was moved by the struggles suffered by victims and the high demands encountered by first responders. He recognized there was room for prepared volunteers to help in the immediate hours following such disasters.

Paul has been involved in Missions ministry for 40 years. He also started a commercial construction company that is 40-years strong, and now run by one of his sons. He sees the parallel successes of those endeavors as no mere coincidence.

Paul is blessed by his vivacious wife, Judy, and plenty of grandchildren.

PAUL POGUE

President

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MARK DAVID

Tucker David Investments
Mark is an owner of Tucker David Investments which owns and develops property in North Texas. He has worked as an attorney and as a commodity futures and options trader. He is a former board member of the Heard Museum and the Texas Map Society.

Mark is a member of Minuteman’s Rapid Response Team and its Flood and Swift Water Rescue Team. He enjoys traveling and playing masters basketball.

MARK DAVID

Secretary/Treasurer

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OSCAR (BUTCH) SMITH

McRight-Smith Construction
The Smith’s have made their home in Plano, Texas for over 35 years. Butch has been active in the community with many organizations including Angel Flight and Veterans Airlift Command, where he is a volunteer pilot and former Chairman, a board member of Minute Disaster Response, Boy Scouts, where he was an adult leader and coaching youth sports to name just three interests. He has served as a member of the Plano Economic Advisory Board and has served asa member of the Board of Advisors, College of Business, Lamar University. He is a former member of the Board of Directors for Marketplace Ministries and former Chairman of that organization’s Foundation Board.

The Smiths are members of PrestonWood Baptist Church of Plano. Butch is married to the former Katherine McRight of Bridge City, Texas. They have two adult children and two much loved grandsons.

OSCAR SMITH

Vice President

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CHRIS HILL

Collin County Judge
Chris is a sixth-generation native Texan, and a fourth-generation resident of Collin County. Chris has been married to his high school sweetheart, Laura, for 19 years. Today, they live in McKinney with their three children.

CHRIS HILL

Board Member

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ERIN BOTSFORD

Botsford Financial Group
Erin Botsford, CFP®, CRPC, Founder of Botsford Financial Group, a boutique financial planning firm with offices in Frisco, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia. Her firm specializes in retirement and asset protection planning for business owners and senior executives of Fortune 500 companies. Having trademarked an investment philosophy called Lifestyle Driven Investing™, she is considered a thought leader on 21st Century investing, risk management and retirement. Among the top echelon of financial advisors, she is often asked to share her views on investing and the economy in keynote addresses across the country.

Erin is the author of the best-selling book: The Big Retirement Risk: Running out of Money Before You Run out of Time. Her philosophy of money is currently being taught as a second school of thought in financial circles nationwide.

ERIN BOTSFORD

Board Member

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RAINEY ROGERS

Rogers-Tate Financial Group
Rainey served in England as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1983 & 1984.  He has been active in the community through volunteer service at his church, city and county government and with the boy scouts having served as a scoutmaster for over 12 years.  Rainey is an eagle scout along with his 4 sons.  Rainey also serves on City Council representing District 2.

Rainey and his wife Tammy recently celebrated 31 years of marriage and are proud parents of five children, four daughter in laws and 3 grandchildren.  Rainey enjoys going on adventure trips all over the world, hunting, boxing (2 time Dallas regional golden glove champion and a 3 time Ringside world Champion) and is also a bee keeper

RAINEY ROGERS

Board Member

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RANDY ROLAND

Assistant Chief of McKinney Police
Chief Roland lives in Richardson, Texas, Collin County, where he serves on the City Planning Commission and has served as the Chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustment and Chairman of the Buildings and Standards Commission. He served on the Executive Board of Directors for the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and as past President of the Board of Directors for CASA of Collin County. He is married to Dr. Sandy Roland and they have two adult children.

RANDY ROLAND

Board Member

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RON ROSS

SRS Distribution Inc.
Over a career spanning more than 40 years, Ronald Ross has acquired in depth expertise in all aspects of the building products industry including manufacturing, supply chain management, operations, sales, marketing, accounting and finance. He has particular expertise in mergers and acquisitions, managing a public company and in turnaround and startup operations. For the last 25 years, he has functioned at the CEO/Chairman/Board level.

On February 29, 2008 Ronald partnered with AEA Investors to complete the acquisition of Suncoast Roofers Supply. From 2008 through 2012, SRS expanded from 8 locations in Florida to 84 locations in 28 states through 28 acquisitions and the opening of 36 greenfield start-up locations. In February 2013, SRS was purchased from AEA by Berkshire Partners, a Boston, MA based investment firm. Since the acquisition by Berkshire Partners, the Company has completed over 27 additional acquisitions, and grown the business to over 200 locations operating in over 41 states nationwide. The Company now operates under 21 brand names, all of which have an operating heritage in their local markets, and is the 3rd largest Roofing distributor in the U.S.

RON ROSS

Board Member

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TERRY BOX

Retired Collin County Sheriff
Terry Box is a former sheriff of Collin County, which he served in that capacity for 31 years. Inspired in part by his father’s time as a volunteer fireman, Terry began his career in public safety in 1968. He has received numerous honors at the national, state, and county levels for his innovation and proven leadership in public safety.

Terry’s life can be recognized in Albert Einstein’s sentiment, “A life lived for others is a life worthwhile”. He’s most fulfilled when serving others, which is what attracted him to MDR – yet another opportunity to help others in need. He recently retired, but remains passionate in pursuing truth and honesty, as well as cars, fishing, hunting and golf in equal measure.

TERRY BOX

Board Member