Current Board Members & Administrative Staff
Sealy EDC Interim Executive Director
Kimbra’s Bio is coming soon…
Bradley Miller has been a resident of Sealy for over 4 years when he and his wife, Kristiann, moved their family back to her hometown. Bradley is no stranger to small towns as he was raised in El Campo, TX. Bradley is currently the Head of Transformation at FujiFilm Diosynth Biotechnologies in College Station, TX. He is responsible for leading process improvement initiatives and driving large-scale, global transformation projects. Bradley has a strong background in change management, resource planning and budget management. Bradley received his Master of Business Administration from Texas State University and his Bachelors in Management Information Systems from Texas A&M University. In addition to serving on the Sealy EDC, Bradley is a board member of the Sealy Tiger Athletic Booster Club and also serves as the Vice-Chair of the Executive Volunteer Board for the American Red Cross – Greater Houston Chapter. The Miller’s moved to Sealy to allow their family to experience what living in a close knit community is all about. Bradley is passionate about serving and helping our community grow in the right way while keeping perspective of what drew his family back to Sealy.
Russ Rainwater is a Sealy resident and active in Rotary, Meals on Wheels, Chamber of Commerce, Cat Spring VFD, Austin County Cruisers and a host of other community events. He works for Austin County State Bank as Business Development Officer specializing in Commercial Loans. Born in Salem Oregon, his degree is in Economics with a business minor from Western Oregon University. He loves live music concerts and dancing. In his spare time he enjoys restoring classic muscle cars. Very competitive and loves shooting pool, playing racquetball, softball, and even a little pickleball when the weather is nice.
This position is open. For information concerning EDC Board positions contact the Sealy EDC at (979) 627-6127.
Mr. Koy believes that being on the EDC Board provides an opportunity to bring in new business and help existing business expand and stay in Sealy. I believe that helping Historic Downtown Sealy brings a sense of pride showing what Sealy really has to offer. Reviving the old town spirit, and growing the city as a whole, with good housing, and good clean business, is the goal for the City of Sealy.
“It is my belief that all the good things that happened to me in Sealy, should be returned in a small way by serving on the EDC Board and City Council. I’ve been privileged to have served on both”. – Larry Koy
Mr. Koy was born and raised, and educated in Sealy. Mr. Koy worked for several companies and then went into the Army Reserve. He then went to work for AT&T for 35 years and is presently retired.
Sterling has been a resident of Seay for over fifty years. He graduated 3rd in his class from Sealy High School. He obtained an associate degree from Blinn College in Brenham and a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University majoring in accounting. He recently retired after being employed by the Katy Independent School District for 31 years where he served as senior accountant in the finance department.
Sterling has served on the past two City of Sealy Charter Review Commissions and is a current long-standing member of the City of Sealy Parks Board. He is also a member of the Sealy Trinity Lutheran Church and the Peter’s Hacienda Community Hall. He was also a member of the Sealy Volunteer Fire Department where he served as secretary for several years.
Sterling applies his financial knowledge and appreciation of Sealy heritage in helping direct the EDC in their decision-making processes and approaches to handling growth. He truly believes that Sealy is a great place to live, work, and prosper.
Wyn McCready’s Bio is coming soon…
Yvonne’s Bio is coming soon…