Board Candidate – Steven Woodall

Steven Woodall – 915 Jasmine Trl A message from Steven: My wife and I moved here in August 2019. We have 3 cats and one dog and too many fish to count. We enjoy board games, spending time with family, reality TV shows, and movies. I work in the Engineering field for a company hereContinue reading “Board Candidate – Steven Woodall”

Board Candidate – William “Bill” Holland

William “Bill” Holland – 15 Azalea Dr A little about Bill: *Married with 3 children, 4 grandchildren*CKT Resident since 2005 *Georgetown resident since 1989 *Member St. Johns UMC Georgetown *Finance committee Chair St. Johns *Volunteer with ROCK Equine Therapy *Special Olympics Texas coach/volunteer 20 years *Overseen rework of original CKTHOA website *Managed website for approximately 2 years *SectionContinue reading “Board Candidate – William “Bill” Holland”

Board Candidate – Christina Barnett

Christina Barnett – 118 Orange Tree Ln A message from Christina: We just moved here in December to 118 Orange Tree Ln. We, being myself, a husband, two kids and 4 animals.  Both my children attend GISD and look forward to making new friendships in the neighborhood .  I used to volunteer with  my oldContinue reading “Board Candidate – Christina Barnett”

Board Candidate – Kathy Gould

Kathy (Katharine) Gould – 22 Azalea A message from Kathy: I have lived in Section 3 of the Crystal Knoll Terrace neighborhood since 2001.  I was one of many to purchase a home in Section 3 during the buildout of the neighborhood.  I am originally from Virginia and my father was in the military soContinue reading “Board Candidate – Kathy Gould”

Seeking Nominations for Board of Directors

The Crystal Knoll Terrace Homeowners Association Election Committee was officially formed in November of 2020. A letter will be sent to all Association Members. A digital copy of this letter can be found here. At this time, we are asking for nominations or volunteers to serve on the 2021 Board of Directors. There are threeContinue reading “Seeking Nominations for Board of Directors”