Thompson (Tommy) Hazleton
Tommy Hazleton is a father, husband, leader, home owner and a small business owner, among other things. He loves spending his free time with his family doing just about anything outdoors and doesn’t get away to go fishing in Lake Bastrop near enough.
He learned to sing in the First United Methodist Church youth choir and picked up guitar a few years later and landed in Austin on the first day of a 5 day ice storm 20 years ago where he still loves to go to play music.
In 2009 Tommy and his wife and their two little boys moved to Cedar Creek and it’s been home ever since. Tommy became a Texas licensed real estate Broker in 2010 and immediately opened his own firm in Cedar Creek where he practices real estate nearly every day, sometimes (but not enough) from his remote office in the middle of Lake Bastrop.
Billy Moore is a 28 year resident of Bastrop County and recent President of the Bastrop Education Foundation. He also served a in the Cedar Creek Rotary Club, 3 years as an executive officer, fund-raising for the Early Act First Knight Character Education Program that is being used in all 6 of BISD’s elementary campuses. His wife was employed by Bastrop Independent School District for 10 years as a Special Education Counselor and BHS AP/GT Coordinator. Their two sons attended Bastrop Independent School District schools; both graduated from Bastrop High School are successfully pursuing their career goals in higher education.
Billy, an Austin native, graduated from UT Austin with a BA degree in English and History and a Secondary Teacher’s Certification, and later earned his MFA in Photography at the University of Colorado. He has worked in various aspects of photography for the last 40 years. Currently he is self-employed as an independent photographer producing commercial work and marketing materials. His photographs are in museum collections throughout the western US. He is a member of the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Texas Bar Paralegal Division.
Education has always been important to Billy, and his commitment to the youth of Bastrop is to enhance their learning experiences at BISD and to continue working on the betterment of the schools for staff, teachers and students of the district. Billy believes that thoughtful oversight and effective communication are keys to planning for success of BISD students.