Jul 17, 2019
"Tonight at Ten" Book

Steve Stoler is a veteran Emmy Award winning television news reporter, whose career spanned more than three decades at six television stations in Georgia, Nebraska, North Carolina and Texas.  Steve’s assignments ranged from covering Texas politics as a legislative correspondent to serving as an environmental reporter.  Steve covered almost every type of news story imaginable, from major disasters including tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes gas explosions and oil spills to high-profile murder trials and dramatic hostage situations.  He is one of the only journalists in Texas to witness multiple executions.  Throughout his career, Steve became an eyewitness to history.  He interviewed presidents and governors.  He stood on a ladder in a Midland, Texas backyard, when rescuers pulled toddler Jessica McClure out of a well after 52 hours.  He covered the Branch Davidian standoff near Waco, Texas.  He was one of the first reporters on the scene in West, Texas after a fertilizer plant exploded.  After 34 years in TV news, Steve moved on to the “other side” of the communications world, or as his former news media friends call it, the “dark side.”  In December, 2013, he joined the City of Plano, Texas as Director of Media Relations.  His extensive experience in broadcast journalism and media relations give him a unique perspective on working effectively with the media.  Steve developed several media training courses and is a highly sought after speaker at state and national conferences.  Steve serves on a variety of nonprofit boards and lives in Plano, Texas with his wife, Susan and two sons, Jordan and Jake.   




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Steve Brown Approved for Membership
Steve Brown has been approved for membership by both the Membership Committee and the Board of Directors. Miki has proposed Steve Brown for membership.  She met him several years ago through a mutual friend and then as a client.  He has been very involved with the community through his HOA and is a Leadership Richardson alum.  He lives in the Heights and owns his own graphics company along with his wife Melanie.
Ribbon Cutting
The Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground is officially open! What an incredible result over such a short time!
Teacher Appreciation
Last week we had the pleasure to honor some incredible teachers from Forestridge Elementary School in Richardson.
Christina Coffey (on the right in the picture) and Megan Murphy (represented by Forestridge Principal Misty Huffman) each received $250.
RERC Karen Marx presented the checks and flowers to the teachers.
Duties on 5/1/19
Greeters - Flossie Morgan, Jennifer Gross
Prayer & Pledge - Darryl Fourte
Duties on 5/15/19
Greeters - Stephanie South, Laurie Garvie
Prayer & Pledge - Karen Marx
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