Your connection to the co-op
Bluebonnet's community representatives connect us to the areas we serve — our members, local business leaders and elected officials.
Our five community representatives are each assigned to counties within Bluebonnet's service area.
Your community representatives core responsibilities are:
- Provide basic information about Bluebonnet services, programs, activities, regulations, rates and fees
- Respond to member inquiries and referring people to the appropriate Bluebonnet department or individuals for help
- Represent the cooperative on local committees and task forces, attending community events and giving presentations to civic groups
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Wesley, a Brenham native, joined Bluebonnet in 2011. During that time he has served in multiple positions at Bluebonnet. Most recently, he was manager of energy services. In that job, he had oversight of renewable energy resources for Bluebonnet members as well as the planning of new power line construction. Before that he was the cooperative’s community and development services representative for the Brenham area. Wesley was on the Texas A&M RELLIS campus advisory board and was on the board of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce. He is involved with the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County, Leadership Burleson County, Camp for All Camp Friends, Animal Shelter Task Force, Association of Rural Communities in Texas and the A.W. Hodde Technical Education Center at Blinn College advisory board. Wesley and his wife, Aubrey, have three children, Avery, Riley and Emily.
Jo Anna joined Bluebonnet in October 2021. She grew up in Luling and is a native of Caldwell County. She is a member of the Lockhart Chamber of Commerce, Luling Chamber of Commerce and the San Marcos Lions Club. She also serves on the board for the Sights and Sounds of Christmas, Leadership San Marcos, San Marcos Young Professionals and the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce. She has one daughter, Langley.
Mark has 26 years of experience working for Bluebonnet in member services, administration and community services. He currently is a board member for numerous community organizations, including the Giddings Area Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club of Giddings, Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Credit Union, Friends of Nails Creek State Park and Bluebonnet Area Crime Stoppers. In addition, Mark is President of the Giddings ISD School Board and Trustee Chairman of the Round Top Christian Fellowship Church.
Washington County native Kyle joined the co-op in July 2018. He worked for the Texas A&M University System and Blinn College for nearly 15 years handling event management, program development, resource development and alumni relations. Kyle is a past chairman of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce and is also involved with the Washington County Fair, Camp For All, Brenham ISD Education Foundation and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Kyle’s wife, Mindy, is also a Washington County native, and they have two children, Barrett and Gretchen.
Josh joined Bluebonnet in January 2022. He is a fifth generation resident of Bastrop, and spent 14 years as an educator at Bastrop ISD. He is also a former business development officer at First National Bank of Bastrop. Josh is a member of the Colony Municipal Utility No. 1C board of directors, Bastrop Chamber of Commerce’s ambassadors and a member of the chamber’s governmental affairs committee. Josh is also an executive committee member for Bastrop Sportsmen and is involved in We Believe in BISD and the Bastrop Board of Realtors. He is also a past chair of the Bastrop Citizens Advisory Task Force and has been a political action committee member advocating for previous Bastrop ISD votes. Josh and his wife, Angela, who is Bluebonnet’s manager of accounting, have two children, Lanie and Joey.
Tim joined Bluebonnet in 2015. He’s not new to Manor, however. He grew up there before leaving to play professional baseball for the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. He worked 21 years with KST Electric, a commercial and industrial electrical company in Manor. Tim is still active in athletics, playing fast-pitch softball and helping out with his daughter’s volleyball team. He is involved with the Manor and Elgin chambers of commerce and the Manor Education Foundation.
Karen is Bluebonnet's Community and Economic Development Department's Assistant and Scholarship Program Coordinator. She assists in planning, scheduling and coordinating various Bluebonnet events. As Scholarship Program Coordinator, she oversees the distribution of scholarship awards to graduating high school seniors in the Bluebonnet service area. Karen also oversees the Government-in-Action Youth Tour competition that is coordinated by Texas Electric Cooperatives. Karen also coordinates Bluebonnet's youth programs. She is a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Giddings and is involved with many of Bluebonnet's service area chambers, and community events and fundraisers.