2019 Board Nominations

The following people have submitted their names as candidates for the WBPOA Board election in 2019.

Nominations may also be made from the floor at the Annual Meeting.

Roy E. Miller


  • 1964-1966 – Lufkin High School, Lufkin, TX
  • 1966-1970 – Baylor University, BA
  • 1981 – Michigan State University, Public Warehousing Institute

Professional Work History

  • 2013-2018 – Executive Director, Texas Warehouse Association.  This association consists of more than fifty third-party logistics and distribution companies which operate more than 250 facilities throughout Texas.  My responsibilities included membership growth, annual meetings planning and legislative updates and oversight;
  • 2013 - 2018 – Treasurer, WAREPAC.  This PAC manages the political funds of our members.  Responsibilities included traditional treasurer functions and the timely and accurate filing of periodic reports to the Texas Ethics Commission;
  • 1977-2013 – I spent 36 years in the Third Party Logistics Industry with several Texas, national and international companies in leadership positions of increasing responsibility.  My assignments varied from general management duties of family owned companies to Regional Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of large multi-location companies which operated throughout the U.S.

Military Service – USN & USNR

  • 1970 - 1971 – Enlisted Communications Technician (Naval Security Group)
  • 1971 - 2000 – Supply Corps Officer, afloat and ashore

Community Service Activity

White Bluff POA Board of Directors – I was elected to the BOD in May, 2017 for a two year term.  Since then, I have actively participated in the following activities:

  • Acquisition of all WB amenities by the Property Owners Association;
  • Conducted initial inventories of all golf maintenance equipment, leased golf carts and grounds chemical stocks;
  • Participated in more than ten District Court hearings vs Double Diamond;
  • Participated in the selection of a new management company to oversee all golf and food and beverage/lodging operations at White Bluff;
  • Currently, a member of the Marina Advisory Committee in charge of renewing the gasoline purchase and storage program and upgrading of the fuel system and the marina grounds and floating structure
  • Currently, working with other BOD members to review and determine action required to restore all of the property’s RV parks.

Optimist Club of Arlington – The largest club in Optimist International, OCA sponsors youth baseball, football and cheerleading programs.  In addition, it also provides a scholarship program and annual Youth Appreciation Week for outstanding students at each of Arlington’s secondary schools.

  • 1983-2008 - Member and elected/appointed positions; VP and BOD member;
  • Scholarship Chairman – 5 years;
  • Youth Appreciation Week Chairman – 5 years;

The Arlington, TX License and Amortization Appeal Board - The Board has the power to rule upon the appropriate disposition of applications for exemption from the location restrictions for sexually oriented businesses.

  • Member and Chairman – 10 years

The Arlington, TX Animal Services Center Advisory Board - State Law provides for the formation of an advisory committee to oversee the operations of an animal shelter in towns with populations in excess of 75,000.

  • Member, Two years

Personal – My wife, Iva, and I purchased our first lot at White Bluff in 2002.  Several years later, we purchased the home on Vista Court where we have lived full-time since April, 2013.

Marshall R. Snyder


  • 39 (+) years in the Military Electronics business; Customers included US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, various military Intelligence Agencies; Additional Government Organizations including Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), and Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA).
  • Senior Manager with experience in all phases of business planning and execution; Expertise in Systems Engineering, Program Management, Operations Management, and Supply Chain Management;
  • Communications Systems Engineer for Military Platforms; Ship, Submarine, and Air Force 1,
  • Well-developed technical and organizational skills; Self-directed, needing minimal supervision.

Professional Experience:
Raytheon Company (Formerly Raytheon Systems Company, Electrospace Systems, and E-Systems, 1974-Present)

Senior Supply Chain Manager – (4 years) Senior Site Manager – Raytheon Soldier Weapon and Sensor Systems

  • Provided material acquisition planning for a high-volume production of a high – technology Army Night-Vision Weapon Sight.
  • Responsible for material budgets, Subcontract Management of major Suppliers, and supervision of up to 10 Material Program Managers.

Operations Manager, First Responder Business Area – (2 years) Management to production of the First Responder Command, and Control platforms.

  • Managed the construction of 5 Engineering models through a production Subcontractor
  • Developed the Manufacturing Plan that was subsequently used to baseline, and validate the production cost models
  • Managed the local Supply Chain staff as a labor resource to implement a commercial business procurement model.
  • Took over as the Transition Manager upon consolidation of the First Responder business under JPS, Raytheon's commercial business acquisition.

Transition Manager, Trojan Spirit 6.1 meter Antenna – (2 years) Management to completion of a major Satellite Communications Antenna System Program.

  • Managed a 3-month, Test and Evaluation effort to characterize system performance; negotiate specification changes with the customer (Army CECOM); and re-baseline the contract deliverables.
  • Supervised a team which evaluated Producibility deficiencies; developed, and documented design fixes for 19 major Producibility issues; implemented the fixes through hardware modifications, and update of System Technical Manuals
  • Managed the transition, and movement of Program resources to the Raytheon SATCOM Organization for post-delivery support

Business Area Manager, Satellite Communications/Antennas (12-years) Management of the Satellite Communications and Antennas Business Areas.

  • Supervision of Program Managers generating revenues of $20M per year.
  • Management of discretionary budgets totaling $1M per year.
  • Managed the department direct and indirect budgets to achieve a direct-to-indirect ratio of 68%.
  • Achieved profitability of 20% on military SATCOM programs.

Department Head/Division Manager - Satellite Communications - Managed three product line areas: Satellite Communications Terminals, Antennas, and Antenna Control Systems.

  • Expanded the SHF SATCOM market in the international arena to include the Royal Netherlands Navy.
  • Acted as the Department Business Development Manager for overseas expansion of product lines traveling within Western Europe, the Middle East, and Brazil.
  • Managed Technology/Systems applications development to include commercial hardware for military applications.
  • Identified system problems at production start-up for a key program, and developed solutions to achieve ahead-of-schedule deliveries.

Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas (1968-1974)
Design Engineer

  • Mapping and Terrain-following RADAR Receiver/Transmitter Systems Engineer
  • RADAR Systems integrator
  • IF Amplifier design for Harpoon Missile


  • University of Texas at Dallas, Postgraduate courses toward an MBA, Dallas, Texas
  • Purdue University, BS-Electrical Engineering, ,West Lafayette, Indiana


  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and Power Point
  • Proficient in Earned Value Management Systems (Micro-frame Program Manager)
  • Proficient in Microsoft Project

SECURITY CLEARANCE – Secret (Carried until Retirement in 2008)

  • President, Bluff Villas Council of Owners (HOA), 2003 – 2012
  • Member – Board of Directors, WBPOA

Jeffrey L. Williams, CFA

I want to officially put myself in the running for re-election to the WBPOA Board. I have served on the Board for the past two years, and while we as a Board have dealt with many issues, I am confident that the Board has always acted in the best interest of all property owners. I also believe it is in everyone's interest to maintain the continuity that the current Board brings.

My wife Sherrie and I have lived in White Bluff a little more than three years, and have come to call it home. We still divide our time between Whitney and a ranch in Hamilton, but we have developed many close friendships and have put down roots here.

While I have said many times that I am not an accountant (!), I believe that that the work I have led as Treasurer has been of significant benefit to the Association.

J.P. Morgan Private Bank--Dallas, TX
Managing Director

Progressed over a 32 year career from financial analyst to Managing Director.    Served on the firm's Global Asset Allocation Committee which is responsible for establishing investment policy guidelines for client's managed portfolios.   Also served on the Chase Bank Investment committee which oversaw multiple money managers, mutual funds and hedge funds employed in the management of the firm's discretionary portfolios.   From 1987 to 2000, served as portfolio manager for separately managed accounts for both individual and institutional clients of the Bank, responsible for security selection, portfolio construction and performance reporting.   From 2000 through 2013, served as Managing Director for the firm's investment business in the Southern United States.   Responsible for P/L, personnel and compliance.   From 2013 until retirement in 2015, served as Head of Investment Products for Chase Bank, responsible for the nationwide roll out of the Chase Private Client in select bank branches across the country.


Syndicate Exchange Corporation--Fort Worth, TX
Financial Analyst

Provided financial analysis and modeling, as well as due diligence inspections for a national commercial property acquisition company.



1982--Bachelor of Business Administration-University of Texas at Arlington

1986-1988--Graduate Studies in Finance--Southern Methodist University

1991--Chartered Financial Analyst--Chartered Financial Analyst Institute-Charlottesville, VA



FINRA Series 2, 7, 9, 10, 63


Past President and current Advisory Board Member of the CFA Society of Dallas/Fort Worth

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