The Texas Gulf Coast District was born in 1985 when the Texas Districts were divided.
In late 2005, the southern part of Louisiana was added, and the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District of the National Exchange Club was created.
After Hours of Fort Bend Exchange Club, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Club of Angleton, Angleton, TX
Exchange Club of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, LA
Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Club of Hobby Airport Bay Area, Houston, TX
Exchange Club of Houston, Houston, TX
Lonestar Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Club of Memorial, Houston, TX
Exchange Club of Missouri City, Missouri City, TX
Exchange Club of Pearland, Pearland, TX
Exchange Club of Rosenberg, Rosenberg, TX
Sienna Exchange Club of Missouri City, Missouri City, TX
Exchange Club of Sugar Land, Sugar Land, TX
Texian Exchange Club of Fulshear-Katy, Fulshear/Katy, TX
Exchange Club of West St. Tammany , Mandeville, LA
EXCEL CLUBS (HIGH SCHOOL)
Exchange Excel Club of Clemments High School, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Excel Club of Dulles High School, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Excel Club of Elkins High School, Missouri City, TX
Exchange Excel Club of Kempner High School, Sugar Land, TX
Exchange Excel Club of Ridge Point High School, Missouri City, TX
In 2016, our district had a wonderful time hosting the National Convention for the first time in over 40 years.
Exchange Clubs offer members an opportunity to develop organizational and leadership skills. The Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District boast having three Past National Presidents active in Houston area clubs and always there to assist in training and mentoring.
Pictures from left to right:
Larry Street, Past National President, 1982-1983
Kerry Mazoch, Past National President, 1996-1997
Gerald Franklin, Past National President, 2000-2001
Fondly referred to as "Larry, Kerry & Gerry"
At national conventions our district stirs up lots of spirit and offers up great hospitality to convention attendees from all over the country.
Some say that we "just have more fun".
The Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District is governed by an elected Board of Directors and Officers,
comprised of hard working men and women.
District President: David Lanagan
District President Elect: Qaisar "Q" Imam
District Immediate Past President: Doug Earle
District Secretary: Dorothy Nall
District Treasurer: Susan Schwartz
District VP Events: Marta Tang
District VP Communications: Rose Herbst
District VP Growth: Carlos Perez
District VP Child Abuse Prevention (CAP): Tommy Kuykendall
The Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District is divided into 5 Divisions, each with a Director who serves as the liaison between the Clubs and the District Board. Listed below are the Division Directors and Division Clubs.
Division 1 Director and Clubs: Kevin Barker - Exchange Clubs of After Hours of Greater Fort Bend,
Missouri City, Rosenberg, Sienna, Texian of Fulshear-Katy, Elkins Excel, and Ridge Point Excel
Division 2 Director and Clubs: Ann Roeling - Exchange Clubs of Baton Rouge, and West St. Tammany
Division 3 Director and Clubs: Debbie Hebert - Exchange Clubs of Angleton, Hobby Airport Bay Area, and Pearland
Division 4 Director and Clubs: Joe Barber - Exchange Clubs of Houston, and Memorial
Division 5 Director and Clubs: Paul Barnett - Exchange Clubs of Fort Bend, Lone Star, Sugar Land,
Clements Excel, Dulles Excel, and Kempner Excel
2022 - 2023 David Lanagan (Sugar Land Club)
2021 - 2022 Doug Earle (Sugar Land Club)
2020 - 2021 Carlos Perez (Sugar Land Club)
2019 - 2020 Katina Scott (Fort Bend Club)
2018 - 2019 Kevin Barker (Sugar Land Club)
2017 - 2018 Jim Kij (Sugar Land Club)
2016 - 2017 Debra Hebert (Pearland)
2015 - 2016 Mike Reichek (Fort Bend)
2014 - 2015 Tony Ackerman (Memorial)
2013 - 2014 Steve Wells (Missouri City)
2012 - 2013 Clark Walter (Sugar Land)
2011 - 2012 Shayla Northcutt (Hobby Airport Bay Area)
2010 - 2011 Marc Schwartz (Memorial)
2009 - 2010 Richard Flicker (Baton Rouge)
2008 - 2009 Susan Schwartz (Memorial)
2007 - 2008 Larry Rousseau (Allen Center)
2006 - 2007. Debra Hebert (Pearland)
2005 - 2006 Greg Oelfke (Sugar Land)
2004 - 2005 Dorothy Nall (Fort Bend)
2003 - 2004 Nancy Hinnen (Heights)
2002 - 2003 Brenda Robinson (Sugar Land)
2001 - 2002 Jim Brannon (Pearland)
2000 - 2001 Edward Lawrence (Hobby)
1999 - 2000 Dave Wallace (Sugar Land)
1998 - 1999 Ray Albrecht (Sugar Land)
1997 - 1998 Marjorie Evans (Hobby)
1996 - 1997 Steve Perin (Galleria)
1995 - 1996 Tim Timmons (Houston)
1994 - 1995 Army Smith (Allen Center)
1993 - 1994 Tom Condon (Bayou City)
1992 - 1993 Susan Shank (Heights)
1991 - 1992 George Young (Memorial)
1990 - 1991 Mark Klecka (FM1960)
1989 - 1990 Bob Hargarther (Sugar Land)
1988 - 1989 Larry Harman (Houston)
1987 - 1988 Bob Knox (Memorial)
1986 - 1987 Wes Henderson (Missouri City)
1985 - 1986 Kerry Mazoch (Memorial)
The National Exchange Club was founded in Detroit, Michigan, in 1911. To date, Exchange is the only service organization exclusively serving communities in the United States. More than 630 local clubs, and nearly 18,000 members throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico provide individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit their local communities and the country. Exchange’s core values are family, community, and country. Adopted in 1917, and inspired by the 133rd Psalm, the organization’s Motto is, “Unity for Service”.
Through three Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth Programs –and Exchange’s National Project, the prevention of child abuse, local-level clubs fulfill important needs in their communities every day.
The Americanism Program of Service promotes pride in our country, appreciation for the freedoms granted to American citizens, and gratitude to the men and women who serve or have served in the Armed Forces. Americanism celebrates the country’s rich, unique heritage and inspires unity from coast-to-coast.
Community service is the lifeline of Exchange, with local-level clubs devoting countless hours and dollars to serving their neighbors every year. Community Service is the Program of Service that most allows clubs to identify opportunities within their communities and offer assistance to fill gaps in services. Since the first group of Exchange Club members convened, Exchange has set the bar high for community service involvement!
America’s young people are its most precious resource. For many years, Exchange Clubs and National Headquarters have sponsored an impressive selection of activities designed to benefit and encourage our nation’s youth. Through college scholarships, mentoring and guidance, and service recognition, Exchange is making a difference for America’s youngest generations.
The prevention of child abuse became Exchange’s National Project in 1979. To uphold its National Project, Exchange provides a variety of public awareness materials designed to help inform and increase awareness of child abuse and how it can be prevented. Such projects are implemented through Exchange Clubs and Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Centers across the country. Through the scholarly-reviewed Exchange Parent Aide home visitation model, child abuse prevention experts work directly with at-risk families. Learn more about Exchange’s National Project and the Exchange Parent Aide model at
The National Exchange Club Foundation is the fundraising arm of The National Exchange Club, supporting Exchange Club members as they inspire communities to become better places to live through projects in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Programs, and the National Project – the prevention of child abuse.
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Checks (payable to NEC Foundation) may be sent to:
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