Board of Directors


Bill Gregson

Bio: I have been a full time resident of Port Mansfield Since August 2017. I am serving as an alternate Director on the board fulfilling a resigned position. Was president for Alamo Hy-Tech Foundation for 25years in New Braunfels. I taught inspectors foundation repairs. Was also a board member for the New Braunfels little league. I recently received my captain's license and towing assist endorsement. I was the President for Pam Am golf club. I look forward to working with the community. Thank you for your vote!

Vice President

Wayne Davis

Bio: Wayne Davis is the President/CEO of KWigglers, formerly Kelly Wigglers Lure Company. Is a fishing Charter Captain for Hook Down Charters. I look forward to serving the board and would appreciate your vote


Cindy Gregson

Bio: Serving her second year as an officer on the board and has lived in Port Mansfield since 2015. She previously lived in New Braunfels and was Office Manager and Secretary/Treasurer for Alamo Hytech Foundation, Inc for 25 years before moving to Port Mansfield.


John Sterling



Fatima Flores

Bio: Fatima Flores has lived in Port Mansfield with her husband, Raul, for the last fourteen years, having moved here from McAllen. She was an elementary school teacher for 15 years in the McAllen School District before accepting a position as Supervisor of the Computer Assisted Learning labs for the Edinburg Consolidated School District . She has three children, and four grandchildren. Fatima enjoys gardening, arts and crafts, and reading.


Laura Lester

Bio: After working and travelling extensively I moved to Port Mansfield fifteen years ago to put down roots and raise my family near my parents who moved here in 1983. My father was the late John Alvarez who was a professional fishing guide. I have volunteered my help working for the annual tournaments and served as director of the Ladies Fishing Tournament. I have been a past Director on the Board for five years.


Tom Floyd



Erin Holekamp

Bio: Growing in a fishing household, living at the coast was always a dream. In 2013, my husband and I were brought to Port Mansfield to purchase our first boat. We fell in love with the small-town community and continued to travel here to fish every chance we had. Now, living here permanently I look forward to helping and being involved in the community anyway I can.


Logan Holekamp

Bio: During my career of working all of Texas, I found myself driving to Port Mansfield every opportunity I had to pursue my passion of fishing and being in the outdoors. Years later I decided to make the move and live here full time. I enjoy the small community and look forward to sharing it with future generations.


Ruben Garza