Clifford has lived in Crosby County for over 60 years where he has farmed for over 40 years. He is a graduate of Crosbyton High School. Clifford and his late wife, Jean, have a son and two daughters who have graduated from Crosbyton High School. Clifford and his children are very active in their churches and their communities. Clifford has been a CCISD Trustee since 1994 and has served as Board President since 2000.
Kay Alley and her husband, Steve, have lived in Crosbyton for 22 years. They have four daughters that have graduated from CCISD with honors. Kay has a Master Trustee certification with the Texas Association of Schools Boards and has served as an officer on the Board of Directors for the South Plains Association of School Boards for many years. Having been on the CCISD board since 1997, she has served as president, secretary and is currently serving as vice-president. Kay holds a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Dallas Baptist College. She has worked in numerous clinics and hospitals in Texas, and taught vocational nursing at McLennan Community College in Waco for many years.
Lisa Guerrero and her spouse Jeffrey Doss are both graduates from CHS and have lived in Crosbyton for most of their lives. They have three highly active children; Nick, Dylan and Haylee who all attend Crosbyton Schools. Lisa and Jeff are active parents at Crosbyton CISD; she is the Vice President of the Athletic Booster Club and both are always willing to lend a hand wherever it is needed. Lisa attended college in Amarillo and earned her Associates degree in Mortuary Science. She then pursued her career and is a Funeral Director/Mortician at Adams Funeral Home. Lisa looks forward to serving on the Board and being a positive contribution to the Crosbyton School District. Go Chiefs and Chiefettes!
Jesse has lived in the Crosbyton area for most of his life. He is a product of the Crosbyton CISD system, having graduated from CHS in 1987. He is married to Tammy Denise Wallace, a graduate from CHS in 1990. Jesse is also the proud father of his son, Kaleb Dane, who graduated from CHS in 2012 and is attending Texas Tech University. "Wreck Em Tech!" He is also proud of his daughter, Kyla Marie, future graduate of CHS in 2015 and also a future Red Raider. "Guns Up!" Jesse was appointed to the Crosbyton CISD School Board in 2004. He is a member of the Leadership Texas Association of School Boards (LTASB) class of 2010 and serves on the Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum Board. Jesse and his wife, Tammy, are part of the United States Postal Service. His wife is the Postmaster for the City of Petersburg, and he is the Postmaster for the City of Crosbyton. "I look forward to serving Crosbyton CISD and the community for many years to come."
Benji has lived in Crosbyton for 30 years. Both of his parents, Tomas and Julia, along with his brothers and sisters have all been living in the Crosbyton area for over 30 years. He currently has 6 kids attending Crosbyton CISD. He graduated Motley County in 1998 and also attended Crosbyton High School. He attended South Plains College in 1998-99, and then attended the International School of Truck driving at South Plains College in 2004. He has been employed at MRC Global for 16 years as a Hotshot Delivery Driver in the oil and gas industry. He and his wife, Kcie Rodriguez have been married for 21 years and are raising 9 children. He is an active member at San Joe Catholic Church where he is also the Men’s Organization President. He is also the Little League President, and has been involved with little league for 16 years and counting. “For God so loved the world the he gave his one and only son that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have eternal life.” - John 3:16
Donna has lived in Crosbyton all her life except for 13 years when she lived in New Mexico. She has three children who attended school in Crosbyton until they moved to NM. She began her teaching career in New Mexico, but moved back to Crosbyton in 1996 to teach at CCISD. She graduated high school in Crosbyton in 1971 and graduated with her BS in English and Education from Texas Tech. She received a MA degree from LCU in Ed. Administration. She is retired from education and has served on the school board since 2009. She and her husband, Randy Arnold, raise pecans and cattle in Dickens County. Their favorite pastime is spending time with their ten grandchildren.