Board of Directors
Our board members bring time, talent, energy, and passion to Preservation Georgetown. We could not do our preservation work without them. Each of the nine board members serves a two-year term, so every year at our Annual Picnic in May we say goodbye to members rolling off the board and welcome new board members who are elected by the membership.
The PG board is most definitely a working board because between monthly meetings, board members chair committees in individual areas to further PG efforts in our community. They come together to work on projects and plan special events as well as fun times with membership and the community.
Please let us know if you have an interest in serving on the board or committee in the future.
A recently arrived resident in Georgetown's historic district, Alton is a semi-retired consultant. He is founder of Trusource Labs which, in 2016, was named the fastest growing business in Central Texas. Alton enjoys serving on boards and commissions and looks forward to helping continue the good works of Preservation Georgetown.
Katherine Hooker is Senior Research and Instruction Services Librarian at Southwestern University. She has resided in Georgetown since 2005 but has memories from the 1990s, as her grandparents were among the first Sun City residents. She has enjoyed seeing how much Georgetown has changed (but is grateful that its unique charm remains constant) and is excited to educate people about its past.
Director - Preservation Fund Grant Chair
Jerry became a Georgetown resident in 2016 following a 26-year Air Force career and 22 years as a realtor in Austin. He moved into a home on Church Street in Old Town, converting it from a commercial office back to a residence. The work continues. He has been active with Preservation Georgetown since 2017.
Stacy recently moved to the Old Town neighborhood after living and working as an Interior Designer in Austin for over twenty years. She is active in the community, serving in numerous professional and non-profit organizations. Stacy is a Sustaining Member of The Junior League of Austin, 2023 President of CREW Austin, and has also been appointed to the city of Georgetown Arts and Culture Advisory Board.
Kim B. Fleury
Kim has been in the real estate related industry for over 25 years and loves the architecture of beautiful vintage homes. She is excited to be part of Preservation Georgetown and looks forward to working with her fellow board members to uphold the legacy of Georgetown’s historic homes and buildings and share that historical significance with our wonderful community.
Ben and his family originally came to Georgetown in 1977. They built their house in Old Town, just two blocks from Southwestern University where he served as Academic Dean and Provost for twelve years. He later went on to serve as President of Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio. Upon retiring in 2000 he returned to his Old Town home and ended up serving on City Council from 2004 to 2010 as well as serving on the boards of Georgetown’s Economic Development and Transportation Enhancement Corporations.
Teresa E. Deltete
Texas weather, cowboy hats, and horses attracted Teresa to accept a professional opportunity with DoD and the historical charm of Georgetown made it feel like home. Having lived much of her adult life in Baltimore MD, Teresa owned and renovated three historical homes. The first renovation was a 1910 single-family home with a slate roof and deed restrictions regarding race, out-buildings and tree removal. The second, a 1850 rowhome with coal fireplaces in every room including the kitchen which possessed a potholder crane. Gas-light plumbing was still in-tact, with original windows and floors, and radiators rounding out the charm. The third home was a circa 1880 duplex with slight remains of the horse carriage in the rear of the property. Complete renovation was required leaving only the exterior structures in place working closely under the Baltimore Commission for Historic and Architectural Preservation (CHAP), the city building permits and inspections office, and the Chesapeake Bay watershed (due to the proximity to the waterfront).
A widow who is often described as strong-willed, smart, and independent with a hint of quirky, Texas appears to be a good fit thus far.
Bob retired from Dell Technologies after 25 years of service and has spent the last five years overseeing the restoration of two historic homes in Old Town. Prior to moving to Georgetown, he worked with the Austin Historical Society and the Pease Park Conservancy. His connection to this great town runs deep. His great-grandparents were Swedish immigrant farmers who settled Georgetown in the late 1800s and were early members of the St. John Methodist Church.
Head of Distinctive Collections and Archives at Southwestern University, Megan has a love of history, especially local and community history. She looks forward to serving on the Preservation Georgetown Board to help preserve the heritage of Georgetown and develop ways to engage the public with the history of the community.