Board members Marshall Kendrick and Vickie Morgan are sworn in for new terms by Dexter Joyner, counsel for the Pasadena ISD.
Vickie Morgan and Marshall Kendrick, two of the longest-serving members of the Pasadena ISD Board of Trustees, were sworn in for new terms on Tuesday night. The board also elected Jack Bailey as its new president.
With her swearing in, Morgan inherited the record for longest tenure in district history. Morgan was first elected to the board in 1986 and now enters her 26th year of service. Harvey Turner served 25 years on the board, from 1969 to 1994.
Kendrick was first elected in 1989.
Neither Morgan nor Kendrick faced opposition for re-election this spring.
Bailey, who is completing his first year on the board, was chosen as president, replacing Jerry Speer, who remains as a board member.
Mariselle Quijano-Lerma, in her second year on the board, was chosen vice president. Fred Roberts was elected secretary and Kendrick assistant secretary.