Board Members 2021-2022


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Marshall Kendrick, President

Marshall Kendrick is the retired director and general manager of Maleic Anhydride Business for Bayer Corporation. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches. He and wife Denie have two children, both graduates of Sam Rayburn High School. Kendrick is a deacon, Sunday School teacher and member of the finance committee of South Main Baptist Church.

Elected 1989  Current term expires 2023
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Member Vicky

Vickie Morgan, Vice President

Vickie Morgan is a homemaker and the mother of three children, who graduated from Pasadena schools. She has been honored with two Texas Life Memberships (1982, 1988), a National Life Membership (1989), and an Extended Life Membership (1991) from the PTA, was named Leader of the Year by the Girl Scouts of America (1984) and Outstanding Young Woman of America (1983). She currently serves as secretary to a city-appointed Board of Directors for the Pasadena Second Century Corporation, which is a non-profit industrial development corporation. Morgan is actively involved in the Girl Scouts of America, the Parent Teacher Association, and is an active member of South Main Baptist Church, where she serves as Sunday School and Vacation Bible School director and greeter.

Elected 1986 Current term expires 2023
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Member Kenny

Kenny Fernandez, Secretary

Kenny Fernandez, is the co-owner and President of North American Shipping Agencies as well as the owner of Little Longhorns Daycare in the south belt area. He is a graduate of Dobie High School and Sam Houston State University in Huntsville. Fernandez is married to wife Kasie, a girl’s athletics coach at Pasadena Memorial. They have two children who attend Pasadena schools.

Elected 2015 Current term expires 2023
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Vice President Nelda

Nelda Sullivan, Assistant Secretary

Nelda Sullivan and her family have been residents of Pasadena since 1958. Since moving to the area she has been active in numerous community, civic and service projects. A retired banker, she served in an executive capacity for over thirty years. She was elected to the Board of Trustees for Pasadena Independent School District in 1993 and has been re-elected to consecutive terms since that time. Her present term expires in May 2021. She has held numerous positions on the board and will be the first to acknowledge that she is delighted to be a part of the 16th largest school district in Texas and to be a part of the great things happening in Public Education.

Nelda is Past President of the Board of Trustees for Bayshore Medical Center and presently serves as a sitting board member. Her involvement in civic and community activities include past leadership roles in the South Pasadena Rotary Club, Soroptimist International of Pasadena, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, The American Heart Association, the Pasadena Police Academy Advisory Board, The Pasadena Philharmonic Society, a volunteer for Boy Scouts of America (all three grandsons are Eagle Scouts}, Pasadena-Hadano, Japan Sister City Association, serving as a Host Family on numerous occasions. She is a graduate of the Pasadena Citizens Police Academy. A member of Sunset United Methodist Church.

Sullivan has been honored as the Citizen of the Year by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce and as a woman of Excellence by the Houston Federation of Business Women. She was also awarded a congressional certificate by the 29th Congressional District of the United States House of Representatives and by the City of Pasadena for outstanding community service. She was named Volunteer of the Year by the American Heart Association. Additionally, she is a Paul Harris Fellow.

Honored by the school district, a new middle school, located at 1212 Queens Road, in Pasadena was named the NELDA SULLIVAN MIDDLE SCHOOL. The formal dedication of this facility took place December 6, 2016. This school serves 790 students in 5th and 6th grades.

Even with the honors and accolades, family takes top priority in Nelda's life. She is a widow, (Charles passed away in 2010) the mother of three children, grandmother (MiMi) to seven and great grandmother (Gran MiMi) to fourteen.

Hobbies include quilting, gardening, and reading.

Elected 1993 Current term expires 2025
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Crystal Davila

Crystal Davila, Member

Elected 2021  Current term expires 2025




Paola FusilierPaola Fusilier, Member

Paola Gonzalez Fusilier is the daughter of Mexican immigrants. She was born and raised in Houston. She is married to Pasadena native Johnny Fusilier, Jr. Paola graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Philosophy. She obtained a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary.

Paola is a Licensed Professional Counselor, mental health provider, and Registered Play Therapist. Paola served as the only child therapist on staff at The Bridge Over Troubled Waters for many years. She then joined Clearhope Counseling and Wellness. Paola volunteers her time to churches, speaks at women’s conferences, and provides training for mental health service providers. She served on the Pasadena South Rotary Club as Treasurer and Scholarship Committee Member.

Paola and her husband have five children, four of them attend Pasadena ISD schools. As a family, the Fusiliers are active in their church, City Church, and the community, volunteering with various local organizations such as Pasadena PONY baseball and Upward basketball and nonprofits in the Pasadena and Houston area. They are foster care and adoption advocates and adoptive parents, dedicating their lives to their children and the children of Pasadena and Pasadena ISD.

Elected 2021 Current term expires 2025
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Casey PhelanCasey D. Phelan, Member

Casey was born in and raised in northeast Pasadena. His father worked in the petrochemical industry and his mom stayed home to raise him, his twin brother, two older brothers and an older sister. Casey attended McMasters Elementary, Sparks Elementary, San Jacinto Intermediate and graduated from Pasadena High School in 1992. Casey enlisted in the US Marines out of high school and served honorably for 6 years. Upon returning to Pasadena Casey immediately began the process to become a Pasadena Police Officer and graduated from the 49th Basic Academy in March of 1999. In his almost 22 years of service to the citizen’s and City of Pasadena, Casey has served in various uniformed divisions within the department as well as investigative units. Casey is most proud of the 8 years of work he participated in while assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division investigating juvenile related crimes. He’s attended a myriad of courses and trainings related to assault, theft, abuse, runaway, abduction, and sexual assault. Casey then spent the last 6 years of service as a canine officer before returning to the Criminal Investigations Division assigned to the Family Violence Unit. Casey also serves as a crisis negotiator for the department’s Crisis Negotiations Team. Casey holds a Master Peace Officer’s certification and serves voluntarily for the City of Pasadena’s federal credit union where he and a cross section of city employees review loans.

Casey is married to his wife Diane, a graduate of South Houston High School. Diane has worked in Pasadena ISD since graduating from the University of Houston and is the Principal of San Jacinto Intermediate.

Casey and Diane are the proud parents of two adult daughters. Lindsey, a 2020 graduate from Texas A&M has a sports management degree. Lindsey attended Teague Elementary, Carter Lomax Middle School, Bondy Intermediate and graduated from Pasadena Memorial High School. Hailey is currently a Junior at Cornerstone University, Michigan and is completing her degree in music education.

Casey is an active member of South Main Baptist Church and teaches 9th grade Sunday school. He’s volunteered his time to advise and establish security for special events for the church as well as daily church activities. Casey has volunteered for numerous activities across the school district to include the Dancing with the Principal’s inaugural fundraiser, McDonald’s Invitational Basketball tournament, numerous career days to various schools and graduations of all the district’s high schools.

Elected 2021 Current term expires 2025
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