The Country Doctor. In honor of the physicians who tirelessly served the community of Nacogdoches between the years of 1800 to 1950.
Donor Wall. Bronze borderless plaques with an anodized finish and a smooth background. Versus sizes
Precision tooled bronze tree with individual bronze donor name plaques. Each donor tree is made custom to your needs. Size depends on needs.
Bronze circle plaque made with a dedication list.
Donor Aluminum plaque 12″ x 12″ concealed mounting.
Cast aluminum plaque 9″ x 12″ with a custom border and cast logos.
Dedication of Field Names. The original Sports (Softball) Complex was built in 1985 with three softball fields. Each of the three original fields was named in honor of Portland residents who were instrumental in developing and supporting the Portland Girls Softball Association (Now the Gregory-Portland Girls Softball Association) and whose contributions have made Portland a better place for our children. Duncan Field. Carl Duncan ( 1929-2011) served the community in many ways including as a Portland City Council Member, a member of its Planning & Zoning Commission, as Portland Fire Chief, and for many years as County Commissioner, Pct #2. Carl served as president of both G-P Little League and the Portland Changer of Commerce. He was instrumental in the development and maintenance of the Softball Complex. Whittington Field. Bobby Whittington (1933-2001) supported youth sports and served on the board of the G-P Little League, While Mayor of Portland (1980-1990), he was instrumental in acquiring the land of development of the Softball Complex. Charnetski Field. Sandy and Cleeland Charntski were founding members of the G-P Girls Softball Association. The couple worked tirelessly promoting girls softball and advocating for the permanent home for the league, Sandy and Cleeland served the league for ten years as secretary and president, respectively, building the organization from its infancy to a 21-team league by 1988. They were instrumental in developing the original Softball Complex.
Cast bronze and aluminum plaques of multiple sizes.
The Briscoe – Western Art Museum. Scott Petty Foundation Gate.
ProCare. Automotive & Collision Inc. Procare if a family oriented team that wow’s our customers by setting and exceeding your expectations. We show we care by taking personal responsibility to repair your vehicle as fast as possible and treating everyone with empathy, honesty, and integrity.
Cameron County Native Plant Center. 2016. A coastal impact assistance program project, Sponsored by: Cameron County, Texas with funding assistance from qualified outer continental shelf oil and gas revenues by the coastal impact assistance program, U.S. Department of interior and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Services CIAP Project: F12AF01074. Ocean Trust. Project Development & Management. South Padre Island, Texas. Commissioner Court. Pete Sepulveda, Jr. County Judge. Sofia C. Benavides – Commissioner Pct. 1. Alex Dominguez – Commissioner Pct. 2. David A. Garza – Commissioner Pct. 3. Don A. Sanchez – Commissioner Pct. 4. Cameron County Administration. David A. Garcia – County Administrator. Xavier E. Villareal – Deputy County Administrator. Joe E. Vega – Parks Director. Jaime R. Lopez – Deputy Parks Director. Architect – Listi Architects. Design Builder – Rosaro Corporation.
Texas Division of emergency management. October 1997 – May 2012. Jack Colley 1948-2010. In Honor of Chief Jack Colley. His strong leadership, devotion, and tireless efforts in ensuring the safety of Texans will never be forgotten and set the example for the nation.
(Rhino logo) The Last Three. By Gillie and Marc. Soecial thanks to our generous Donors. Gusfavo & Rebeca Arredondo. The Capital group companies Charitable foundation. Annita Hereford – Crump The Cameron Davies Family. Jack Guenther Family. The Hakspiel Family. The Mann Family. The Family of Catherine and Wilbur Matthews. The Morrow family. Friends of Tim Morrow. Rebecca Clare Mortis & Olivia Clare Orozco Ordaz Manzanilla Family. The Redding family. The Muriel F. Siebert foundation. Dr. Tellez family. Sara Stumberg Walker. Lawson and riley Ealker Chris and Michell Wammack. Warriors Heart. Othon Welsh Family.
Region One Education Service Center Professional Development and Conference Center. Edinburg, Texas. 2019 – 2020. Board of Directors. Raul R. Chapa – Brooks County, Willacy County. Richardo Gutierrez – Jim Hogg County, Starr County, Zapata County. Ruben Cortez Jr. – Cameron County. Laura A. McCoy – Webb County. Sonia A. Falcon – Hidalgo County. Roberto Moroles – Charter Schools Rep. DR. Manuel Gomez JR. – Cameron County. Alicia E. Requenez – Hidalgo County. Dr. Cornelio Gonzalez – Executive Director( 2013 to present). Gignac Architects, Raymond Gignac, Architect. D. Illilson construction co. General Contractor.