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The Woodlands, Texas 77381
Office Phone: (281) 362-1144
Fax: (281) 602-8756
Content ©2013: HopePointe Anglican Church
The Right Rev'd Clark Lowenfield is married to Tricia, and has 3 daughters Catherine, Nancy Page and Mary Moore. Clark is a graduate of Amherst College with degrees in Political Science and Economics and The University of the South-School of Theology in Sewanee, Tennessee with a Master of Divinty.
Jack, his wife Melanie and their two children (Jonathan & Megan) moved from New Orleans to The Woodlands in 1991. Jack has practiced law for over 25 years and currently serves on the Boards of 25:40 www.2540.org and Cornerstone Alliance Navigators www.cornerstonecan.org. Jack grew up in Clark, New Jersey (Exit 135, Garden State Parkway), enjoys photography and cooking and one day hopes to master the tango.
Bruce, his wife “Dilly” and their three children (Ryan, Kendall, and Courtney) moved from Lafayette, LA in 1991. Both Bruce and Dilly received their undergraduate degrees from Nicholls State and Masters Degrees from Southern Mississippi. Dilly is the lead Speech Pathologist at Memorial Herman in The Woodlands and Bruce is in the Oilfield purchasing and preparing contracts. Outreach is important to Bruce…and his grandchild Elise.
Steve serves as an Elder and Pastor of the Prayer Ministry. He and his wife, Sandy, are long time residents of The Woodlands. Steve grew up on the beach in Southern California. He completed his undergraduate and dental degree at USC, did a residency while serving in the Army and completed a Prosthodontic specialty at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has been in private practice in the Woodlands since 1983. Steve still enjoys the beach.
Scott serves as a Steward and Pastor of Sound, Lighting and Technology at HopePointe Church. Scott received his Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Texas at Austin and his MBA from Our Lady of the Lake, San Antonio. Scott is married to Deacon Lisa, and they have two children: Sarah, who is attending Texas A&M University and Michael, attending Centenary College in Shreveport, LA (both seen in the picture). Scott’s secular work takes him into the energy industry.
Born in Fairbanks, Alaska; Jack moved to San Diego then to Houston, Texas. Raised Catholic then changed to the Episcopal Church when he first married. Jack has served on the Vestry twice and was Junior Warden for a term. He married a wonderful gift from God, Elaine, in 1990. Together they have four children Kellye, Courtney, Michael , and David who have blessed them with eight terrific grandchildren. Elaine and Jack left the Episcopal Church and joined the AMIA church known as the Church of the Holy Spirit. Jack was asked to be a Steward by Allen Hughes, the Lead Pastor, at that time and has continued to serve the Lord and His church in that capacity ever since.
Dr. William C. Wambaugh was born in Midland, Texas, on November 23, 1954. He graduated from Texas Tech University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology. He then attended Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated with a doctorate degree of dentistry in 1980. Bill is married to Libby Wambaugh and they have three daughters, Ashleigh, Abby, and Allison. Bill is active in his community through the Community Dental Clinic. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling, snow skiing and the outdoors.
Marc Hutson is a long time resident of the Houston area and has been in the Woodlands since 1993. His professional background includes experience in managment, insurance and financial services. Married to his wife Dianne for 30 years with two grown and married children, he is patiently waiting for grandchildren.
Paul grew up in Boston, attended Boston University, and began a forty year career in the investment management business. Came to Houston in 1980, co-founded a money management firm and went to do another sucessful startup later in the eighties. Still active as a consultant in the industry, he and his wife Karen are blessed to have both married children and four grandaughters nearby and all can be found most Sundays at Hope Pointe being ushered to their seats by "gamps".