Michael D. Rozell, President
Mike started his own company, Rozell Realty in 1987, after working in the gas and oil industry upon moving to Texas in 1974. Along with his extensive background in the real estate industry, he has a vast amount of political experience and business knowledge as a former Fort Bend County Judge and as Director of Economic Development for Harris County Judge Robert Eckels and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett. He has also served as a board member and president of Brazoria / Ft. Bend MUD #1 for 11 years and served as a director / manager of the Baybrook MUD #1 for 8 years.
Mike and his family have lived in Ft. Bend County for over 44 years. After living in First Colony for 37 years, Mike and his wife, Barbara, moved to The Enclave of Greatwood where they are enjoying being neighbors with their son, Mike, and his wife, Jamie, and their two children. They also have a grown daughter, Amy, who lives in Houston. Mike is currently serving as an HOA Neighborhood Representative for The Enclave.
Mike and Barbara are founding members of Sugar Land Baptist Church which was started in 1982. Mike is a very active member there and has served as a deacon and in many other capacities. Mike has always been active politically and within his community having served as Pres. of Sugar Land Rotary, Pres. of Houston Realty Business Coalition, lifetime member of Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show, and has been a supporter of many other charities and organizations.
Justin Ring, Vice President/Assistant Secretary
Justin has served on Fort Bend County LID 11 for six (6) years and currently serves as its President. He is Principal and Founder of Odyssey Engineering Group, which is a civil engineering consulting firm located in Houston, Texas. Mr. Ring has built relationships in the land development and special districts industry and community by working in neighborhood and civic organizations. He helped to create an Infrastructure Division of the Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance (then Richmond-Rosenberg Chamber of Commerce) and served as its chair for seven years, twice earning Committee Member of the Year. Justin currently serves as Lay Leader for First United Methodist Church Missouri City, participates in the Chancel Choir, and is Chairman of the Friends of the Arts, which is a community fine arts support organization.
Justin has lived in Greatwood since 2000 with his wife, Erin, and his children, Audrey and Grayson.
Roberta Terrell, Secretary/Assistant Vice President
Roberta Terrell and her husband, Cliff, moved to the Greatwood Landing in 1996. She was asked to serve on the MUD 117 Developer Board when it was created in November, 1998. She remained on that board until May, 2006 when she was elected to the MUD 108 Board, the district in which she resides. In addition to serving Greatwood, Roberta volunteers in many varied endeavors. Currently on the Fort Bend County Historical Commission, she enjoys the oral history and archiving committees. At her church, St. John’s UMC in Richmond, she serves on the Board of Trustees and volunteers for Lunches of Love. Prior undertakings include chairing the Richmond State School’s “Winter Wonderland” fundraiser, co-chairing several live and silent auction committees including Literacy’s “Wine and Music,” and serving as a board member on the Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
In 1997, Roberta was asked to write the Greatwood column for the Fort Bend Herald. She believes the children, neighbors, teachers, and administrators she has met through this undertaking have greatly enriched her life in Greatwood.
Favorite leisure activities include everything out of doors: hiking, backpacking, swimming, fishing, hunting, bicycling, skiing, picnics, horseback riding, and camping. She also enjoys cooking, reading and movies.