Gregg Dwayne Davis is a native of Beckley, West Virginia and has lived in El Paso, Texas since 1983. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and a minor in Economics from Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from the University of Phoenix in Santa Teresa, New Mexico. He is a United States Army Officer veteran with 13 years of service.
He has served on the McCall Center Board of Directors for a number of years, currently presiding as the President. He has served as 1st Vice-President and 2nd Vice-President. In addition to the McCall Neighborhood Center, he currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Islamic Center of El Paso and the El Paso/Las Cruces Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Also, he is currently serving on the Executive Committee of the El Paso Branch of National Association of the Advancement of Colored People.
He has been involved in the El Paso Mortgage Bankers Association since 2002. He has served President from 2004-2005, was recognized as Mortgage Banker of the Year in 2005, became an Honorary Life Member in 2010, and currently serves on the Board of Directors.
Retired from the City of El Paso. Has lived in El Paso for over 50 years. BBA from UTEP. Serves as Secretary for the UTEP Black Alumni Network; 20-year member of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Food Drive; Member of Visitors Chapel A.M.E. Church – serving as Chairperson of Benevolence Committee and Senior Choir President. Enjoys social activities such as Bunco, Red Hats, McCall Lunch Bunch and traveling.
Long-time El Paso resident.
She is a graduate of Texas Tech University (BA and MPA) and UTEP (MA). A Secondary Administrator with the Ysleta ISD, she works with young adult students who are completing high school graduation requirements. Her hobbies include crochet, golf, writing, and attending jazz events..
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Doris Malone Taylor is an El Pasoan by way of Wichita Falls, Texas and Stockton, California. She moved to El Paso with her military husband in 1965.
She is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University and also did post graduate studies at Midwestern University
in Wichita Falls, Texas. She has taught in the Wichita Falls Ind SD; Stockton Unified SD and retired from EPISD. Upon retirement, she volunteered as a reading teacher until she started volunteering at McCall at the request of Leona Washington. She is life a member of Eta Pi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated; a life member of the The Texas Council of PTA; a life member of the Prairie View Alumni Club, a member of the 50/50 Donor Club for McCall Center; and a member of 1st AD Gospel Service at Ft Bliss, where she has taught Sunday School; organized “Back to School” events and sang in the choir.
She became a member of the board in 2009 and has served as 1st Vice President and President.
She has worked with the MLK Day of Service by coordinating the program and the preparation of the meal.
Barbara Bryd was born in Pueblo, Colorado to Emma and Harold Vanduvall. The family later relocated to El Paso, TX. Barbara attended Douglass Elementary School, graduated from Jefferson High School and attended El Paso Community College. She was married to Stephen Bryd, and to this union was born two, sons, Stephen (deceased) and Randy and a daughter, Michelle.
After retirement from Furr’s Supermarket with thirty years of service, Barbara went to work for the Ysleta Independent School District. Currently, she is the manager at McCall Neighborhood Center, a position she has held for ten years.
She has been a member of McCombs Baptist Church for over forty years, where she served as assistant treasurer and treasurer. She currently holds the position of Chairperson for Hospitality as well as a member the Plans and Policies, Building an Grounds and Personnel committees. Mrs. Byrd serves wherever she is needed and in her spare time she loves reading a good book and working in the yard.
Born in Fayetteville, NC, lived in Junction City Kansas. Attended Manhattan Vo Tech received Business Admin Certificate, Attended Kansas State University Associate in Business
Medically Retired from the United States Army
Worked as a civilian for the Army as a Management Specialist, 23 Years total service.
Married to Harold Howell for 30 years. Anna has two daughters and three sons.
“No Weapon Formed Against Me shall Prosper, for I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthen Me.”
Wade P. Hampton is a retired Command Sergeant Major and Senior Army Instructor at Eastwood High School. He has served on the Board of Director as 1st Vice- President and President. A native of Columbia, South Carolina. Wade has resided in El Paso for the past forty-one years. He is a graduate of C. A. Johnson High School and Park College of Parkville, Missouri. In addition to the McCall Center, Wade currently serves on the Board of Directors of the El Paso Sergeants Major Association, and is an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He is avid golfer with two hole-in-one to his credit and a member of Community Baptist Church with his wife Marjorie for thirty-five years.
El Paso County Commissioner Carl L. Robinson has been an El Pasoan and resident of Northeast El Paso since 1977. He was elected as the first African American County Commissioner for Precinct 4 in El Paso TX in November 2018 and previously served two terms as the El Paso City Council Representative for District 4 from 2009 to 2017.
During his 25year career in the U.S. Army, Commissioner Robinson served in numerous posts around the world and retired as a First Sergeant. He is a decorated Vietnam Veteran having received the Bronze Star and other military awards for Meritorious Achievement and Service.
Commissioner Robinson has served on several boards and in leadership positions in the community, including serving as a member of the Veterans Citizens Advisory Panel; the Military Coalition of El Paso; Disabled Veterans of America Post 187, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2451, American Legion Post 832; Vietnam Veterans of America Post 844, and the National Association of Uniformed Services.
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