El Paso Electric Announces the Election of Two Board Members - Fort Mill Times
El Paso Electric’s (EPE) (NYSE:EE) Board of Directors has announced the election of Edward Escudero and Woody L. Hunt to EPE’s Board of Directors.
In addition to his duties with Hunt Companies, Mr. Hunt is chairman of the Texas Business Leadership Council, a member of the Board of Directors for Complete College America, founding chairman and current board member of the Medical Center of the Americas Foundation in El Paso, foundation trustee on the College for All Texans Foundation, member of the Board of Visitors of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center-Houston, and founding member and current executive committee member of the Paso del Norte Group in El Paso. He is also a member of the Council for Continuous Improvement and Innovation in Texas Higher Education, the Development Board at The University of Texas at El Paso, the Development Board for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso, the Western Governors University Texas Advisory Board, and the Tom Lea Institute, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of WestStar Bank, a local community bank.
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