Texas: Governor Abbott Appoints Douglass As Presiding Officer Of Grayson County Regional Mobility Authority

~ Governor Greg Abbott has appointed William "Bill" Douglass as the presiding officer of the Grayson County Regional Mobility Authority. The Authority is a political subdivision that works with the state to deliver transportation infrastructure projects in Grayson County.

Douglass is the owner and chairman of the board of Douglass Distributing. He has held leadership positions in various organizations, including the National Association of Convenience Stores, American Petroleum Institute, and Transportation Energy Institute. He is also a member of the Austin College Board of Trustees and chairman of the Texoma Medical Center Board. Additionally, he has served as a gubernatorial appointee on the Red River Boundary Commission since 2013.

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Douglass served in both the United States Marine Corps and Army from 1958 to 1964. He earned a degree in economics and history from Muhlenberg College and was awarded an honorary Ph.D. from Austin College.

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