Gary and Mickie Blizzard
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Gary and Mickie Blizzard
Gary graduated from Texas A&M University in 1985 with a BS in Chemical Engineering, and Mickie graduated from Texas Tech University in 1987 with a BS in Home Economics with a specialization in Family Studies. They have been married since 1989, have lived in the greater Houston area for nearly 30 years, and are blessed with two children, Sydney and Sam.
Gary initially spent more than fifteen years working in various sales & marketing roles at Conoco and BP. He then completed an MBA from the University of Texas in 2000 and later held various business development leadership positions with oil & gas service companies. Mickie started her career in social services at Highland Hospital in Lubbock, assessing patients’ psychosocial needs including discharge planning and acted as a liaison between patient and hospital. She arranged for nursing home placement, home health care, financial assistance, and counseling. Mickie also gained patient care experience working at Spring Shadows Glen Psychiatric Hospital in Houston, where she also served as liaison between the medical staff, affiliated professional staff, administration, and other departments. Prior to starting a family, Mickie taught elementary school in the Klein ISD.
Gary & Mickie are both active at church, serving as teaching leaders in church as well as at Bible Study Fellowship. Gary has also served as Deacon Board Chairman at church. Gary & Mickie are active in their local community as well as in the local school district. Gary serves as School Board President of Magnolia ISD. Mickie is active in several school organizations.
Gary & Mickie both have extensive experience in serving others and consider family relationships to be of utmost importance. They have a desire to use those skills to help other families as they encounter life-changing decisions through the aging process. Both are very effective at building trusting relationships and at being an empathetic resource for clients. In addition to communicating effectively, Gary & Mickie are organized and results oriented.
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