George Green

George Green, a resident of New Braunfels, Texas, serves as an adjunct professor at the Alamo Community College District and has held the position of New Braunfels City Councilman in the past. As a dedicated community member, he holds a lifetime membership with the Guadalupe Valley Peace Officers Association and is an active member of the Texas Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association. Additionally, he contributes to the New Braunfels Thanksgiving Dinner Program, helping to bring the community together.

In earlier years, George volunteered for organizations such as the San Antonio Rotary Club, Communities in Schools, and the East Texas Food Bank, demonstrating his commitment to giving back. His educational background includes an Associate of Arts in Animal Science from Blinn College, a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education from Sam Houston State University, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Nebraska.

Adding to his impressive resume, George Green proudly served in the United States Army, from which he received an honorable discharge. As a Texas native, George's dedication to community service and his diverse background in agriculture, education, and business make him a valuable and respected member of the New Braunfels community.

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