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Perry appoints two from Karnes City to river board
AUSTIN -- Gov. Rick Perry has appointed David Purser and Dina Ramirez, both of Karnes City, to the Nueces River Authority board of directors for terms to expire Feb. 1, 2019. The board manages floods and protects the quality of water for the Nueces River.
Purser is president and owner of Intervention Pro-Tech LLC, and a part-time teacher at Runge High School. He is a member of the American Chemical Society and Texas Classroom Teachers Association, and a founding member of the Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leaders Association. He is also vice president of the Karnes County Hospital District and a member of the Karnes County Economic and Community Development Corp. Purser received a bachelor’s and master’s degree in animal science from Texas A&M University.
Ramirez is a board certified speech language pathologist and office manager for a medical practice. She is a volunteer at John Paul II Nursing Home and a member of the St. Cornelius Catholic Church Hospitality Committee. She is also a past advisory board member of the Atascosa, Karnes, and Wilson county Economic Opportunities Development Corp., Head Start Committee, and the St. Cornelius Catholic Church Altar Society. Ramirez received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Pan American and a master’s degree in communication disorders from Texas Christian University.
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