Mark Magee

Mark Magee

The trustees of The George Foundation recently elected Mark Magee of Fulshear to serve as trustee for a 10-year term.

Magee replaces outgoing Trustee Tom McNutt, who was appointed to the board in 2010 and served 10 years, including the role of Chairman from 2018-2020.

“The George Foundation is excited to bring Mark’s leadership and passion for community service to the Board of Trustees,” said McNutt.

Magee grew up in Wharton and is a graduate of Texas A&M University where he earned a BBA degree with a double major in business analysis and marketing, while also earning three letters as a collegiate athlete on the baseball diamond. He has more than 35 years of banking experience and currently serves as the senior vice president and enterprise middle office loan group manager with Zions Bancorp (Amegy Bank is the local affiliate).

Magee has been a Fort Bend County resident for over 25 years and served in several leadership roles with local nonprofit and community organizations, including the YMCA Partners for Youth (past chairman), Richmond Rotary Club (past president).

In addition, he has served with Child Advocates of Fort Bend (past president and endowment board), Fort Bend Museum Association (past president), Leadership Fort Bend (graduate and past chairman), Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance (past chairman), and the American Heart Association (past president).

Magee and his wife Pam live in Fulshear and enjoy spending time with their four grandchildren, traveling, and are active members of Parkway Fellowship Church.

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