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.
Gary 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.
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 has been with the District since 2020 and is the lead for the Groundwater Well Assistance Program. Craig was born and raised in Georgetown area and spent many of his formative years raising cattle, goats, sheep and continues to do so today. He has 22+ years experience working in groundwater monitoring, drilling, and well investigations.
Jeff Fisher is a Field Technician, joining Craig Andrews and Gregory Perry, our Water Resources Management Specialist as a part of our monitoring team. Jeff is Rockdale native who attended Rockdale High School. Jeff graduated Temple Junior College with an associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. He also studied Aviation Science and received his Pilot Ratings in 1991. He completed his BS Degree in Criminal Justice/Police Science with a minor in Psychology at Sam Houston State University. Jeff worked for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice as a Correctional Officer, and an Institutional Parole Officer from 1992-1997. Jeff served the public as a state trooper from 1997-2007. Jeff was promoted from Trooper to Pilot Investigator from 2007–2019. He served as an Air Evacuation Life Team Pilot responsible for air medical transportation of infirmed individuals and trauma victims from 2019-2020.
Courtney Gentry a Rockdale native and resides there with her husband J. D. Courtney is the daughter of Jeff and Monique Gebhart of Rockdale. Courtney attended Austin Community College and earned a Phlebotomy Certification. Courtney has a work history of customer service and understanding the requirements of regulation as her previous jobs included working at the Blood and Tissue Center in Austin and the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center in Bryan/College Station, as well as Fresenius Dialysis in Bryan, TX as a Patient Care Technician where she worked directly with patients. Her most recent job was with Boon-Chapman in Austin as a Senior Specialist where she administered COBRA for employer groups. Courtney is the prime contact with the public at the office and on the phone.
Michael Redman began working at POSGCD in July 2022. Michael received a Bachelor's of Science in Biology: Environmental studies and a Master's in Business Administration from Schreiner University. Michael worked at Bandera County River Authority & Groundwater District from June 2013 to June 2020 where he served as the Region J Representative and he served as the Groundwater Management Area (GMA) 9 Designated Representative. From June 2020 to June 2022, Michael worked at Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District where he served as the GMA 10 Chairman and he served as the Region K Representative for GMA 10.
Kelli Timmerman began working at the District in August 2022, bringing 15 years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping and nine years with municipal water/wastewater departments in the City of Rockdale and City of Round Rock. She was raised in Rockdale where she attended Rockdale High School, later attending Blinn College and Temple College. She enjoys being a mom, is a foodie that enjoys hanging out with family and friends, working in her yard, and is obsessed with her pug Tito.
Gregory Perry began work for the District in January of 2023 as the Water Resource Management Specialist. He worked previously for Blue Bell Creameries, LP for nearly 15 years, where he was involved in Process Supervising, Research Engineering, Regulatory Compliance, Process Safety Management, and Project Planning. His most enjoyable accolade was being a member of the prestigious Blue Bell Taste Panel. Gregory is a 2012 graduate of Blue Bell Creameries, LP Ice Cream Manufacturing Course. He was sponsored by Blue Bell Creameries for the Leadership Washington County Program where he is a graduate member of the class of 2020. Gregory graduated from Texas A&M University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Systems Management along with a minor in Business. In 2012 Gregory married Jennifer Lloyd of Cameron, Texas. Together they are raising their three children on his family’s cattle ranch in the Deanville area. Gregory is a dedicated member of St. Mary, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. He volunteers in various ministries as the current Parish Council President, as a Lector, and as Altar Server Coordinator.