Mark Skinner grew up in Euless, is a graduate of Trinity High School, and earned a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Texas at Arlington. He has spent the majority of his professional career in the commercial real estate industry. Over a 36-year period he has held numerous leadership roles within that business, as well as in the non-profit arena. Mark has been a member of Cross City Church, formerly First Baptist Euless, for over 50 years, and is currently teaching a young married couples’ class, in addition to serving on a variety of church committees.
Mark was a Colleyville City Council member from 2003-2005, and remains very politically active in Tarrant County. He and his wife, Valerie, are long-time residents of Colleyville, where they have raised their four adult children. They are now enjoying their role as the doting grandparents of Charlie, Dorothy and Rose.
Shannon Fisher serves as the Sr. Director, Foundation Relations and Grants, for Texas Health Resources. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biomedical science from Texas A&M University, and a master of science in healthcare administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Shannon is an active member of Gateway Church and serves on the board of the Junior League of Dallas and is co-chair of the community investment cabinet for United Way of Tarrant County. Shannon lives in Bedford with her husband, Roger, where they are raising their three boys. Shannon and Roger are both graduates of Trinity High School and feel blessed to give back to a community where they were raised.
Ernie is proud to contribute to community-building efforts here in the great State of Texas. An alumnus of Texas A&M University, he has been the Franchise Operator of the Euless Chick-Fil-A (Glade) since 2002, and began serving as the Operator Consultant for the UTA campus location in 2013. He and his wife, Cristina, have four wonderful children: Eva, Vivana, EJ, and Benicio.
Cindy Jones is a marketing and brand strategies expert with more than 25 years experience in communications and project management through a variety of industries, including health insurance, hospitals, travel and non-profit organizations. Cindy is the CEO of CJTX Consulting, a boutique firm that specializes in rebranding, including LinkedIn, resume and career consultation. In addition, Cindy is currently the Sales/Marketing & Operations Manager at the American College of Emergency Physicians in Irving. Cindy has a masters degree in Public Relations and Business Communications from Abilene Christian University and a bachelors degree in Psychology and Pre-Law from Hardin Simmons University. Her special interests include Texas wines, travel, civic leadership & community volunteerism. Cindy and her husband Gary live in Grapevine, TX and have two grown daughters, Audra & Olivia. Cindy is an active member of Cross City Church in Euless.
Trasa Cobern is a mom and a wife, a teacher of history, and a firm believer in Jesus Christ. She spent her formative years as an Army dependent in Germany, which gave her a unique perspective to see America from both the inside and the outside. She attended Texas A&M on a full academic scholarship, and met her husband Kyle there, who is from the HEB area. They have four teenage sons and are members of Good Shepherd Catholic Community, where Trasa serves on several ministries. As a Trinity High School teacher, she has seen firsthand the immense difference 6 Stones makes in this community!
Board of Directors
Smith Lawn & Tree
Hilltop Securities (Retired)
CEO, Booher Research
Lockheed Martin (Retired)
Superintendent, HEB ISD
Johnette van Eeden
Euless City Council