Board of TrusteesGeorge F. Elam, Jr.1965 - 1967George Spikes1965 - 1971Paul A. Schulz1965 - 1972Fred C. Latcham, Jr.1965 - 1978Peter S. Marecek1965 - 1988Frank Jostes1965 - 1999Robert J. Beasley, Jr.1965 - 2002Joseph Obregon1967 - 1968Jessy Garza1968 - 1972R.W. "Bill" Dirks1971 - 2008Henry J. Medina1972 - 1982Dr. E.C. "Buck" Spellman1972 -1997Louise W. Hall1978 - 2014Paul A. Jaure1982 - 2014Rickey De Leon1988 - 1997Dr. Grady C. "Sam" Hogue, Jr.1997 - 2009Emilia H. Dominguez1998 -2013Carroll W. Lohse1999 -Fred C. Morón2002 - 2010Laura Fischer2008 -Doug Arnold2009 - 2013Victor Gomez2010 -Martha Warner2013 -Bryce Carrillo2013 - 2014 Dee Dee Bernal2014 - 2016Jeff Massengill2014 - George P. "Trace" Morrill III2014 - Andrew A. Arthur2016 -
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Bee County was organized in 1858, and Beeville, the county seat, was developed in 1860. The City of Beeville was incorporated in 1908. Today, major segments of the economy are farming, ranching, oil, and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. The county has many active oil and gas wells. Beeville is in the center of Bee County. The terrain ranges from level to gently rolling slopes. The temperature is warm. It is influenced by the nearby Gulf of Mexico. There are prevailing southerly winds of 8 to 10 miles per hour. Annual rainfall is about 30 inches, and is evenly distributed throughout the year. Coastal Bend College is located at 3800 Charco Road. The main campus is in Beeville.