The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) recently elected new members to its board of directors.

September 6, 2011

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Texas Self Storage Association Elects New Board Members

The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) recently elected new members to its board of directors. The new members to serve three-year terms are David Hunt of Access Self Storage in Lancaster and Jill Schwengler of Texan Self Storage in Wimberley. Mark Skeans of Mission Road Mini-Storage in San Antonio was re-elected to the board and currently serves as treasurer.

Charles Plunkett, president of Capco Steel Inc. was re-elected to serve another one-year term as the boards vendor-member representative.

The other board members are:

  • President Robert Loeb (Castle Hills Self Storage, Victoria)

  • Vice President Tom McCloskey (MC Self Storage, Lytle)

  • Secretary Mike Gately (Daughtry Properties, San Antonio)

  • Immediate Past President Dan Small (Diamond Self Storage, Pearland)

  • Paul Glover (Storage Choice, Dallas)

  • Kathy Hall (Burnet Road Self Storage, Austin)

  • Ricky Jenkins (The Jenkins Organization, Houston)

  • Jay Kanter (OConnor Self Storage, Dallas)

  • Amy Nolan (The Storage Place, Corpus Christi)

  • Currently serving as ex-officio members of the board are:

  • Lolita Bader (A Better Place Self Storage, Boerne)

  • Wayne Johnson (Strategic Storage Holdings, Dallas)

  • Josh Parrott (AAA Storage Centers, Lubbock)

  • Kathy Tautenhahn (Tautenhahn Holdings, The Woodlands)

New officers will be elected prior to Oct. 1 and introduced at the TSSA convention and tradeshow, Oct. 16-18, in Austin, where the association is celebrating its 25-year anniversary. Membership information and event details can be found on the TSSA website.

Established in 1986, the TSSA is a non-profit trade association dedicated to enhancing the quality of the self-storage industry in Texas. The organization provides opportunities for members to increase their knowledge through education, research and discussion.

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