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Texas Self Storage Association Elects New Officers for 2011-2012

The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) recently elected new officers for 2011-2012. The new  officers will be introduced at the annual TSSA Convention and Trade Show, Oct. 16-18 in Austin.

October 10, 2011

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Texas Self Storage Association Elects New Officers for 2011-2012

The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) recently elected new officers for 2011-2012. Members of the executive committee are:

  • President: Tom McCloskey, MC Self Storage, Lytle

  • Vice President: Mark Skeans, Mission Road Mini-Storage, San Antonio

  • Secretary: Amy Nolan, The Storage Place, Corpus Christi

  • Treasurer: Mike Gately, Daughtry Properties, San Antonio

  • Immediate Past President: Robert Loeb, Castle Hills Self Storage, Victoria

Other members of the board of directors are:

  • Paul Glover, Storage Choice, Dallas

  • David Hunt, Access Self Storage, Lancaster

  • Ricky Jenkins, The Jenkins Organization, Houston

  • Jay Kanter, O'Connor Self Storage, Dallas

  • Jill Schwengler, Texan Self Storage, Wimberley

  • Charles Plunkett of Capco Steel Inc. in San Antonio is the vendor member representative

Currently serving as ex-officio members of the board are: Lolita Bader of A Better Place Self Storage in Boerne; Josh Parrott of AAA Storage Centers in Lubbock; Dan Small of Diamond Self Storage in Pearland; and Kathy Tautenhahn of Tautenhahn Holdings in The Woodlands.

The new board members and officers will be introduced at the annual TSSA Convention and Trade Show, Oct. 16-18 in Austin. Established in 1986, the TSSA is a non-profit trade association dedicated to enhancing the quality of the self-storage industry in Texas. The TSSA provides opportunities for members to increase their knowledge of the self-storage industry through education, research, discussion and exchange of information.

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