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Governing Board 
 
 
 
Rick Lewis, Sr. VP, American National Bank
Chairman

Rick Lewis is the Senior Vice President for the American National Bank of Texas in McKinney, TX. He has been in the banking industry for over 30 years.  Along with offering his guidance and service to the Board of Directors at Centennial Medical Center, he is involved heavily with organizations like the Collin County Christian Prayer Breakfast, the McKinney Chamber of Commerce and Prestonwood Baptist Church. He has done work with the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Boys and Girls Club and many more. Lewis attended both Texas Christian University and SMU Southwestern Graduate School of Banking, and he received his real estate and appraisal licensing at the University of Houston and Wisconsin University. He currently resides in McKinney, Texas with his wife of 35 years while their daughter attends Baylor University.

 

 

Dr. Richard NailDr. Richard Nail, Pediatrics

Dr. Richard Nail is a Pediatrician at Centennial Pediatrics in Frisco, Texas. As well as serving on the Governing Board at Centennial Medical Center, he has been a part of the Medical Executive Committee since the hospital’s opening from 2004 through 2010. He holds a clinical faculty appointment at The University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas and the University of Texas Health Service Center in Galveston. He is actively involved with medical students and resident education. After earning his Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University, Dr. Nail went on to get his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He then went on to become the Chief Pediatric Resident at Children’s Medical Center Dallas before opening Centennial Pediatrics. He now lives in Plano, Texas with his wife of 25 years and they are the proud parents of 3 children in college. 

 

Mike Simpson, CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Collin County 

Mike Simpson is currently the CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Collin County.  He had previously been Executive Director of the Arts of Collin County and a Senior Vice President of New Business at Prosperity Bank. Other community involvement for Simpson includes his serving as the Mayor of Frisco from 2002-2008 and associations with the Frisco Rotary Club, Frisco Chamber of Commerce, the Heritage Association of Frisco and the Frisco Association for the Arts. He also serves on the Plano Symphony Board of Directors as well as the Boards of Stonebriar Country Club and the Museum of the American Railroad. He is a graduate from the University of Cincinnati, where he earned his degree in Business Administration. Simpson and his wife have lived in Frisco, Texas since 1997 and have enjoyed raising their three children and five grandchildren.


 

Scott Turner, Founder/CEO, Statesman Clothiers; Director of Business Development and Corporate Chaplain, Systemware, Inc.; Representative, State of Texas 

A fourth generation Texan, growing up in Richardson, Representative Scott Turner attended the University of Illinois, graduating with a degree in speech communications. In 1995, he began his 9-year professional football career as a defensive back when he was drafted by the Washington Redskins.  He went on to play for the San Diego Chargers and the Denver Broncos.  During the latter part of his football career, Rep. Turner spent a great deal of time alongside then-Chairman of the House Committee on Armed Services, Duncan Hunter, assisting with military affairs.  After retiring from the NFL, Rep. Turner returned to the Dallas area to pursue his business career. In November of 2012 he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives. He is currently the Founder/CEO of Statesman Clothiers and serves as the Director of Business Development and Corporate Chaplain at Systemware, Inc. He and his wife, Robin, are active members of Prestonwood Baptist Church where he served as a Bible Fellowship leader, Deacon and occasional guest pastor. Rep. Turner, Robin, and their nephew Solomon reside in Frisco.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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