About the CRRC
The CRRC serves the residents of Canyon Lake by providing vital social services, as well as life-enriching recreational and educational opportunities.
Meet The CRRC Team
The CRRC is staffed by a dedicated team of Directors, Board Members, Employees, Volunteers, and Community-minded Helpers.
Mike Slough is a retired educator who loves people and their stories. Mike served as volunteer coach for the Spurs Youth Basketball League at the Recreation Center for more than 10 years. He served on the CRRC Board for three years and worked as the assistant manager in the Thrift Store for three years before being asked to serve as Operations Director. When he's not at CRRC, he’s working on his first novel.
Camille joined the CRRC team in 2019. She oversees the Food Pantry, Crisis Assistance, Volunteer Program, Durable Medical Equipment Program, and Meals on Wheels drivers. Camille has degrees in Elementary Education, and Special Education. In her spare time, she enjoys swing dancing with her husband.
Bill is originally from Eugene, Oregon and is a retired U.S. Navy Veteran having served over 21 years active service. During his time in the military he lived in Italy, Hawaii, Washington DC, Florida and Chicago, and had the opportunity to visit/travel to numerous countries on 6 continents. Bill met his wife, who is also a Navy Veteran, in Italy. He started his second career after the military working his way up from sales management to store director/manager in big box retail with the likes of Target, Sears and most recently Lowe’s Home Improvement. Bill has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Master’s in HR Development.
Meet Our Board of Directors
Arthur “Art” Seago and his wife of 32 years, Rachelle Connally Seago, have been a part of the Comal County area for almost 10 years. He accepted the position of President of the CRRC Board of Directors, starting in January 2022, after serving as a Board member since 2020. Art and Rachelle have three sons, Travis (30), Austin (27) and Jacob (21). Spending most of his adult years in the San Antonio area, he has worked in leadership roles for HEB (District Manager & Buyer), Santikos Entertainment (CEO/President) and several other companies over the past 30 years. He has a passion for helping those who need a helping hand to improve their lives. Over the last 10 years he has been on the board or worked directly with several charities, including Connections Individual and Family Services, Variety – the Children’s Charity of Texas and several smaller organizations. Art has also participated on several advisory boards for community projects.
Grant is a retired oil and gas executive with a Business Communications degree from Oklahoma State University. He started his career as a land man with Conoco/Phillips in Houston in 1978 and went on to start and sell 3 startup crude and natural gas trading companies over his 38-year career. Grant also served as President of his HOA for 10 years. He retired to Canyon Lake in 2015 with his wife Lisa. They have one daughter who resides in Austin. Grant enjoys working with Meals on Wheels, the North Pole Village as well as other community activities. Grant and Lisa enjoy scuba diving at the Grand Cayman Islands and seeing this great country in their motorhome.
A Mississippi native, Alan holds a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Mississippi. He moved to Houston after graduation for a career with Arthur Andersen & Company’s audit division. With his CPA license, his work focused on the finance departments of mortgage companies, banks and real estate companies. He and his wife Renee have four children and six grand-children who are spread out between New York, Denver and Austin. He enjoys volunteering and traveling with his wife.
BRUCE R. GLOVER
Bruce is a retired Presbyterian pastor and USAF retired chaplain. Ordained in 1983, Bruce has served churches in Montana and Missouri. As an Air Force chaplain for more than 31 years, he served the men and women of the military around the U.S. and overseas, and retired as a Colonel in 2017. Bruce and his wife Carol retired to the greater New Braunfels/Canyon Lake area after his last two assignments in San Antonio. He and his wife love traveling, as well as grandparenting their two granddaughters. In addition, Bruce is actively involved in their church community and the Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club. His hobbies include woodworking, gardening, and camping whenever possible.
Diane found her calling in public service in 1974. She moved up the career ladder, retiring in 2004 as a Supervisory Senior Policy Analyst with the Department of the Army Headquarters in the Pentagon. Upon retiring, she and her husband, retired US Air Force Colonel Norm Schaule, moved from Alexandria, VA, to Canyon Lake. She’s been very active in the Canyon Lake community and has held offices in several organizations and Boards.
Phyllis’s career has focused on effective communication – from her early days as a newspaper reporter, to marketing and business development for large Houston architecture and engineering firms. Retiring in 2016, she and her husband Steven moved to Canyon Lake, where she has embraced Hill Country living. A proud native Texan, she is a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, where she served on the Bar-b-que, Cutting Horse, Wine and Editorial Committees. She has enjoyed trail riding and team penning, raising her beloved Texas Longhorns, riding cutting horses and shooting sporting clays.
Beverly’s career focused on small business development. She took her company from a one-person, one-watering-can endeavor to a million-dollar corporation providing horticultural contract services to commercial buildings, shopping malls and airports in Houston. After selling to an international enterprise, Beverly and her husband retired to Canyon Lake, where they were active in real estate investment properties. Beverly served as a docent for Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, an orchid greenhouse which allowed her to provide orchid arrangements to the Tye Preston Memorial Library. She served two terms as President Gruene Orchid Society. Beverly also found a passion for music in retirement and enjoys playing her accordion at a Canyon Lake restaurant.
A 7th generation Texan, and resident of Comal County since 1993, Shane has served Constable of Comal County’s Precinct 4 since 2005. He began his law enforcement career at the age of 21, starting as a reserve deputy with the Comal County Constables. A member and supporter of numerous civic organizations, Shane truly lives by the code of “Service above Self”. He is known for using his faith to help others in their time of need and even when they are in his back seat. A serial entrepreneur who loves to solve problems, Shane has successfully founded and managed several businesses, one of which was sold to eBay. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and family, traveling the world, and most notably going to every Oklahoma Sooner’s football game.
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