Patrick Rhodes

President

A transplant to the New Braunfels area after over 20 years of visiting family in town, Patrick moved his own family here in 2014. With a wife, daughter, and son living in OakRun, he is committed to helping OakRun be a safe and great place to live. A proven manager and business leader with over 25 years of experience in mid and upper level management, Patrick also possesses extensive turnaround experience to help bring businesses back to financially sound operations.

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Patrick Rhodes

President

A transplant to the New Braunfels area after over 20 years of visiting family in town, Patrick moved his own family here in 2014. With a wife, daughter, and son living in OakRun, he is committed to helping OakRun be a safe and great place to live. A proven manager and business leader with over 25 years of experience in mid and upper level management, Patrick also possesses extensive turnaround experience to help bring businesses back to financially sound operations.

Chris Lopez

Vice President

Chris joined the board to take an active service role within the Oak Run community. Over the last decade, he has partnered with owners and investors, entrusted to reduce costs and increase profits for various business entities. Most recently, he managed a quarter of a billion dollar+ apartment asset portfolio which included multi-million dollar capital renovation projects. This unique skillset brings tremendous value to the area, our neighbors, and community.

As an executive who values servant leadership, he believes in giving first and promotes this vision amongst our neighbors and community. Most importantly he is a husband and father of 9 children. As a family they actively look for opportunities to serve others and share the light of Christ.

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Chris Lopez

Vice President

Chris joined the board to take an active service role within the Oak Run community. Over the last decade, he has partnered with owners and investors, entrusted to reduce costs and increase profits for various business entities. Most recently, he managed a quarter of a billion dollar+ apartment asset portfolio which included multi-million dollar capital renovation projects. This unique skillset brings tremendous value to the area, our neighbors, and community.

As an executive who values servant leadership, he believes in giving first and promotes this vision amongst our neighbors and community. Most importantly he is a husband and father of 9 children. As a family they actively look for opportunities to serve others and share the light of Christ.

Phyllis Vanheldorf

Treasurer

Phyllis moved to OakRun from Atascocita/Humble, TX after retiring in 2015. She worked in banking for 24 years, the last 9 years of her banking career as an Accounting Officer at Ominbank in Houston. She left banking in 1996 to work as the Accounting Administrator for a transportation logistics company and retired after 19 years in the industry. She has been a member of the OakRun finance and audit committees since 2019. Phyllis has been married to her husband, Paul, for 47 years. They have 3 grown sons, 3 granddaughters and a 10-month old grandson. She is thrilled to call OakRun her forever home!

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Phyllis Vanheldorf

Treasurer

Phyllis moved to OakRun from Atascocita/Humble, TX after retiring in 2015. She worked in banking for 24 years, the last 9 years of her banking career as an Accounting Officer at Ominbank in Houston. She left banking in 1996 to work as the Accounting Administrator for a transportation logistics company and retired after 19 years in the industry. She has been a member of the OakRun finance and audit committees since 2019. Phyllis has been married to her husband, Paul, for 47 years. They have 3 grown sons, 3 granddaughters and a 10-month old grandson. She is thrilled to call OakRun her forever home!

Keely Bowie

Secretary

As a New Braunfels native, Keeley remembers when Oak Run was first built. She moved into the Neighborhood in 2015 and has lived at her current home in Oak Run since 2017. She graduated as a Unicorn and earned a bachelor’s in journalism from The University of Texas at Austin and married her soulmate. Keeley also earned her Master’s degree in education from Texas State. New Braunfels was home base for her family while her husband played Major League baseball. After injuries ended his 16-year career, they started a local business and have run that for the past 11 years along with homeschooling her children and making a home for her family.

Keeley thinks the most important part of volunteering to be a part of the Oak Run Board is to bring the community together by improving homeowner communication and input into their community governance. She believes that the better educated a community is, the better they work together and can create a harmony not often seen in today’s modern landscape. She believes information and education, and most of all, accountability to each other will help make Oak Run a place people will want to live now and in the future.

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Keeley Bowie

Secretary

As a New Braunfels native, Keeley remembers when Oak Run was first built. She moved into the Neighborhood in 2015 and has lived at her current home in Oak Run since 2017. She graduated as a Unicorn and earned a bachelor’s in journalism from The University of Texas at Austin and married her soulmate. Keeley also earned her Master’s degree in education from Texas State. New Braunfels was home base for her family while her husband played Major League baseball. After injuries ended his 16-year career, they started a local business and have run that for the past 11 years along with homeschooling her children and making a home for her family.

Keeley thinks the most important part of volunteering to be a part of the Oak Run Board is to bring the community together by improving homeowner communication and input into their community governance. She believes that the better educated a community is, the better they work together and can create a harmony not often seen in today’s modern landscape. She believes information and education, and most of all, accountability to each other will help make Oak Run a place people will want to live now and in the future.

Jack Boyer

Ops Director

Jack Boyer has been a resident of OakRun for 14 years and served as Chairman of the ARC (Architectural Review Committee) for OakRun POA. He served two years as President of the Cypress Springs POA. He was responsible for a 2,500-acre subdivision as well as a 15-acre park on the Guadalupe River with all the amenities. Jack spent 42 years in Civil Service as a Medical Illustrator.

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Jack Boyer

Ops Director

Jack Boyer has been a resident of OakRun for 14 years and served as Chairman of the ARC (Architectural Review Committee) for OakRun POA. He served two years as President of the Cypress Springs POA. He was responsible for a 2,500-acre subdivision as well as a 15-acre park on the Guadalupe River with all the amenities. Jack spent 42 years in Civil Service as a Medical Illustrator.