Celebrating 80 years strong! 1936-2016
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Ft Bend Country Club
Ft Bend Country Club
2627 FM 762 Rd.
Richmond, TX 77469
Richmond, TX 77469
Tim Teykl is a 1974 graduate of Needville High School where he lettered in football, basketball and track. He played running back and defensive end for Roland Conrad. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1978 with his undergraduate degree, and he received his graduate degree from Southwest Texas State University in 1984.
Coach Teykl began his coaching career in East Bernard under the direction of Hank Kotzur. He coached at Southwest Texas State University under Jim Wacker, winning 3 consecutive Lone Star Conference titles along with back to back NCAA Division II National Championships. He was an assistant at Texas Christian University earning a spot in the Bluebonnet Bowl against West Virginia in 1984.
Coach Teykl was the Athletic Director/Head Football Coach at Rice Consolidated for two years prior to arriving in Rosenberg and becoming the Head Football Coach and campus athletic coordinator for the past 26 years at B.F. Terry High School. During that time the Terry Rangers have experienced unparalleled success recording a winning record for the past 15 consecutive seasons and appearing in both the Class 5A and 4A State Playoffs 16 times along with placing 111 student athletes on the THSCA Academic All-State Football Team.
Coach Teykl has served as a Senior Director of the Texas High School Coaches Association and has been the President-Elect of that association. He has served as president of the State 7-on-7 Football Association and currently serves as a board member.
In 2004-2005 he was President of the Greater Houston Football Coaches Association (GHFCA) and is an endowed member of the GHFCA Board of Directors. He was the Game Director in 2003 and 2004 for the Bayou Bowl, a high school all-star game between the Greater Houston area and Louisiana football players. In 2005, he was the Head Coach of Team Texas in the Bayou Bowl. He also is a Committee Member in the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and has served on the Houston Touchdown Club Player of the Year selection committee.
He has been named District Coach of the Year several times along with being a finalist for both the Houston Texans and Houston Touchdown Club Coach of the Year. In February of 2007, Tim was inducted into the Greater Houston Football Coaches Association’s Ronnie Bell Hall of Honor. In May of 2007, Coach Teykl was named the Tom Landry Award recipient at the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony on the campus of Baylor University.
Tim has been a been a finalist, twice, for the American Football Coaches Association’s prestigious Power of Influence Award along with being named the United States Marine Corps National Coach of the Year. He has also been named a U.S. Army All-American Football Coach along with having coached in the nationally televised U.S. Army All-American Bowl in the Alamodome in San Antonio. He also coached Team USA versus Team Canada twice in the USA-Canada World Football Games in AT&T Stadium.
Tim and his wife Brenda (Registrar @ Terry) have been married 38 years, and their two children both graduated from B.F. Terry High School.
Wayne Staton was born in the Lynchburg, Virginia area in 1951 and lived there most of his life. He contracted polio at the age of 8 months. It left him with a weak right hip and leg.
He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Physics with honors. After college he started his career in computers and has worked in that field ever since. Since 1999 he has worked at BMC Software, where he is a Senior Technical Support Analyst.
In Virginia, he was a Briefing Leader for the Hunger Project and President of the Boonsboro Ruritan Club in Lynchburg, Virginia. Here in Texas, he is active with Rotary International and Landmark Education. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Sharpstown. He is on the board of advisors for Zeons, a Social Purpose Corporation investing in international development and emerging underserved markets. Its mission is to mobilize diverse resources to solve the world's most pressing problems, particularly those in developing countries.
Wayne has 3 grown children and two grand-children. He is engaged to Gwen Corolla –his partner in Come Together Promotions – where we help YOUR plans come together, a fellow Rotarian and his partner in making the world a better place.
Wayne is a Paul Harris Fellow, a Paul Harris Society member, a Polio Plus Society member, the Bequest Society, a Major Donor level 2, and the recipient of a Rotary Foundation Regional Service Award for a Polio Free World. He is the past District 5890 Chair for Polio Plus and the current Immunization Chair.
Dr. Thomas Randle became Lamar CISD’s Superintendent of Schools in 2001. Under his leadership, Lamar CISD is known around the state for academic excellence.
During his tenure, the District has twice been recognized by Texas School Business magazine for its best practices. Lamar CISD has earned the HEB Excellence in Education Award for Best Large District and three campuses achieved the highest possible honor: National Blue Ribbon School.
Student success is also commonplace in Lamar CISD with multiple state championships in athletics and fine arts—among countless other honors and awards.
Dr. Randle earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Texas A&M University and a Doctorate from Oklahoma State University. At A&M, Dr. Randle was a Distinguished Student, and was named an Outstanding Graduate and a Notable Graduate nominee.
Dr. Randle began his education career as an agriculture teacher in Sweeny, then worked his way up the administrative ladder in Conroe ISD, as an assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent for secondary education. He also served as superintendent in LaMarque ISD for six years prior to arriving in Lamar CISD.
Ultimately, Dr. Randle is still a teacher at heart. He has served as an adjunct professor at UH Clear Lake, Lamar University and Texas A&M University.