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Gary Westbrook
General Manager

Gary began work for the District in June of 2003 as General Manager. He graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Education. Gary served as President of the Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts from 2005-2007 and serves as the District’s voting representative to Groundwater Management Area 8, as well as the voting representative for Groundwater Management Area 12 on the Brazos G Regional Water Planning Group. He has been married to Mrs. Glenda Westbrook since 1980, and they have four children and two grandchildren. Gary and Glenda grew up and currently reside in Milano. They own land in Milam County, as well as Westbrook Angus Farms, which was founded in 1969 by Gary and his father, the late Garland Westbrook. Gary has also served as a local pastor in the United Methodist Church since 1999.

Bobby Bazan, Jr.
Water Resources Management Specialist

Bobby has worked for the District for 4 years. He has a  Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Systems Management and a Masters of Science in Water Management from Texas A&M University. Bobby previously worked for the US Forest Service Research as a Hydrologist.

(Habla Espanol)

Elaine Gerren
Administrative Assistant

Elaine began working for the District in December of 2003. She has a Bachelor of Business Degree from Kennedy Western University.

Doug Box

Education Coordinator

Doug began working at POSGCD in May 2018. Doug brings 22 years experience as Executive Director of Texas Professional Photographers Association to POSGCD. He is a storyteller, photographer, videographer and professional speaker. Doug attended Texas Lutheran University and Blinn College where majored in Chemistry and Marketing.

Craig Andrews
Field Technician
Craig Andrews, is the newest member of the POSGCD Monitor Team. He is working to assist Bobby Bazan as we increase the monitoring and beggining checking flow rates of non-exempt wells in the district. Craig was born and raised in Georgetown, TX area. Craig spent a good portion of his formative years raising cattle, goats and sheep which he continues to this date.  He began working in groundwater in 2000 as a field tech doing groundwater monitoring, drilling projects and well investigations for RW Harden and Assoc in Austin. He began helping at Post Oak Savannah GCD at the start of 2020.

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