Welcome New Members

Membership Director, Mark Holmes advises that the Board has approved two new members as follows–

William (Will) Buehring lives on Trailpine with wife, Gabi.  They are the parents of two children, ages 4 and 1.  Will was born and raised in Lake Highlands and attended Lake Highlands schools, including LHHS. He has a BBA from Northwood University. He is a credit analyst with Santander Consumer USA, an auto finance company. He was sponsored by Carlin Volkmer.

Jason Kendall lives on Faircrest with wife, Amanda.  They have a 4-year-old daughter.  He is originally from North Richland Hills and attended UTA in Arlington. He is a consultant for Rodan and Fields Skincare Company. He was sponsored by Reed Wilcox.

Remember that we have a New Member contest that runs thru 10-31.  The member that recruits the most new members will receive a $250 gift certificate.

History of Lake Highlands

On August 21, 2014, our featured speaker was Dr. Ted Campbell, Associate Professor of Church History at SMU’s Perkins School of Theology. He lives in the Moss Farm area.  Several years ago, he began a history of the Lake Highlands area–especially around the Moss Farm area.  According to Dr. Campbell, Harry S. Moss was a Canadian who came to Dallas and became a very successful oil man.  He later bought about 400 acres in the Lake Highlands area for a horse farm. (He actually lived in Highland Park.)  When he died, his estate sold part of the property for residential development and gave the balance to the City of Dallas for the current Moss Park–one of the city’s larger park properties.

Tate Gorman, Dr. Ted Campbell, and Gale Lewis