Board of Directors

Bob Worth

Term: May 4, 2024

Robert L. “Bob” Worth, Jr. is the Chairman of Worth & Associates, LTD., and founded the company in 1986. As Chairman and a leading investment developer, Bob focuses mainly on business development and new development projects for the company. Additionally, he plays an integral role in serving as the point of contact for some of the company’s largest tenants.

Worth began his career as a CPA for Ernst & Ernst, now Ernst & Young, after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin. From there, Worth went on to serve as the Chief Financial Officer and a partner with Robert Callaway Corporation, a large regional developer, from 1981 to 1986. During his time with Callaway, Callaway predominately developed apartment communities, but also developed an office building, a high-rise condominium, and an office service center. It was during this time when Worth formed a strong desire to become a ground up developer.

With the real estate crash of 1986, Worth made the decision to go out on his own and co-founded Worth Thompson Associates, which in 1991, changed its name to R.L. Worth & Associates. In the early years, the main focus of the company was on acquiring distressed commercial properties from lenders. Worth raised private equity capital for acquisition costs, renovations and leasing costs. The company’s initial acquisitions consisted of industrial buildings, retail projects, office service centers and office buildings, all of which were located in San Antonio.

The Company began developing office service centers and flex-office projects in 1995 and later added value-office and class A office projects to its portfolio. Worth has developed over 3 million square feet and has acquired slightly over 1.7 million square feet of commercial development in South Texas.

Worth & Associates is celebrating its 34th anniversary in 2020, and currently owns and manages a portfolio of more than 3.1 million sq. ft. of office and flex office space San Antonio and South Texas.

Paul Mueller

Term: May 4, 2024

  • President of The Koehler Company – General Contractor & Architectural Millwork Mfr.
  • 37 years construction and design experience
  • Former Chairman City of Seguin Construction Board of Appeals
  • Former Board Member City of Seguin Historic Design Review Committee
  • Former Board Member Navarro Education Foundation
  • Former Board Member Navarro Panther Posse – sports booster organization
  • Former Ski Bee President – multiple terms
  • Bachelor of Environmental Design Texas A & M University - 1983
  • FOLM board member over 15 years
  • Lake McQueeney WCID 1st Vice President
  • Lake McQueeney resident for 40 years
  • 5th generation Guadalupe River property owner

Michele Norris

Term: May 2, 2026

Michele is an executive at a financial services company leading contact center technology product and services teams. She has over 30 years of corporate experience including sales and marketing, qualitative and quantitative research, and technical portfolio and program management.

Michele’s family has owned property on Lake McQueeney since 1970. She grew up on the lake and graduated from Seguin High School. She is a full-time resident of the district and has personally owned property on the lake since 2006.

She earned a BBA in Marketing from Texas State University. She is a past member of the board of directors for Chosen, a local non-profit organization serving the needs of foster and adopted children and their families.

Lindsey Gillum

Term: May 4, 2024

Lindsey Gillum joined EnerVision, a consulting firm with vast expertise in providing clients across the US with tailored energy solutions, in January 2018 after working for Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. (GVEC) as a direct-report to the General Manager. Since at EnerVision, has represented clients in all aspects of the energy industry, including managing procurement of new short and long-term electric energy contracts, including work in the renewable market.

For over 13 years, Ms. Gillum worked with GVEC throughout various activities and departments and ended her career there as Senior Executive Manager overseeing Corporate Services. Through her roles at GVEC, she was responsible for the management of Economic Development, Safety & Loss Control, Corporate Communications, Public Relations, and Human Resources Departments. Ms. Gillum also helped lead GVEC’s efforts in governmental relations and was an integral part of the power supply team during its contract negotiations with the Lower Colorado River Authority. Through this process, she became actively engaged in the Cooperative’s wholesale power transactions and billing analysis, the ERCOT market and wholesale and retail rate design. Ms. Gillum worked diligently with the LCRA executives to begin a push for flexibility in the LCRA’s full-requirements contract and analysis of LCRA costs and allocations between its electric, transmission and water activities. She also was responsible for the review and administration of GVEC’s Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) contract and billing audit and analysis.

Ms. Gillum was a member of GVEC’s Strategic Planning Team and served as President for both the GVEC Charitable Foundation and the GVEC Investment Committee. She has held a seat on the Canyon Regional Water Authority Board of Managers, and served as President of the Gonzales Area Development Corporation. She has participated on committees of Texas Electric Cooperatives representing Group 7 and has served on the Board of Directors for the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce, Seguin Chamber of Commerce, Gonzales Noon Lions Club and the Gonzales Chapter of the United Way. She has been a member of the Zonta Club of Seguin, Society of Human Resources Management as well as the American Management Association and a member of the Navarro Education Foundation.

Ms. Gillum is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Texas State University in San Marcos with a BBA degree in Management.

David Doughtie

Term: May 2, 2026

David Doughtie is an independent oil and gas geologist and operator- Onshore Texas. He received his B.S. in Geology from Oklahoma University and an MBA in Finance from St. Thomas University. David spent the first ten years of his career working as a regional geologist/geophysicist for Sanchez- O’Brien Oil and Gas in Houston. He was fortunate in 1992 through his mapping efforts to find and develop the Bob West Field in South Texas. This turned out to be the largest Wilcox discovery onshore in the last 40+ years. David went independent in 1995 and formed Doughtie Exploration Company and later added Doughtie Operating Company. Today, he continues to promote his own projects and assist other with their oil and gas operations.

David and his wife Sandra have three (3) children and two (2) grandchildren. They have been a property owners on Lake McQueeney dating back to 2002 with full time residency since 2017. David has contributed his time, energy and resources throughout his life to help meet the needs of communities. Currently he serves on the Lake McQueeney Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 as treasurer, Woodlake HOA, volunteers at Steve’s Pantry and is an active member of Gruene United Methodist Church. Previous boards consisted of the YMCA, Houston Olympic Festival, Sugar Land Softball, Fort Bend Christian Academy and the Lake McQueeney Preservation Committee.

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