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Brewer Football Program Honors Citizens for Dedication to Athletics and WSISD

Athletic Department Honors citizens with commemorative footballs.The White Settlement ISD Athletic Department and Brewer Football program honored individuals who have positively impacted and supported the football program and WSISD during the Bears' last regular season game on Nov. 2. 

Honorees were: Emily Moxely, Suburban Newspapers, Inc., Business of the Week; Behavior Intervention Specialist Chris Pimpton and Liberty Elementary Principal Michael Dickinson, K-8 Administrators of the Week; Terrance Durham, Football Booster of the Week; Alan Bonner, Brewer High School Teacher of the Week; School Board Members Amanda Sanchez and Melissa Brown, Community Members of Week; Debby Tinius, Brewer High Teacher of the Week; Jody Parton with Parton's Pizza, Business of the Week; Traci Davalos, Football Booster of Week; Fine Arts Academy Principal Heather Crow, K-8 Administrator of the Week; Amie Chapman, Football Booster of the Week; Fort Worth Police Officer Richard Grinalds, Police Officer of the Week; Marc Malloy, Brewer High Administrator of the Week; WSISD Police Officers Bryan Bruce and Doug Huseman, Police Officers of the Week; Toni Covington, Central Administration Employee of the Week; Joe Whiteside, Operations Employee of the Week; School Board Member Raymond Patterson, Community Member of the Week; Melissa Galloway, Brewer High Teacher of the Week; Facilities Coordinator Kristy Williams, Central Administration Employee of the Week; and Associate Athletic Director Scott Galloway. 

Not pictured are: Richard Ebenhack, Chicken Express, and Kristee Thomas, Bethesda Gardens Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility, Businesses of the Week; Mike Muench and Mark Jones, Operations Employees of the Week; Roger Bowen, Central Administration Employee of the Week; and Cathy Koke, Brewer High Administrator of the Week. The Firefighters of the Week, representing Fort Worth Fire Station #32, were unable to attend.