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Board Member

Phone: (512) ***-****  HQ Phone
City of Bastrop
1311 Chestnut Street
Bastrop , Texas 78602
United States

Company Description: Offical webpage for the City of Bastrop, Texas.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Historian and Author
    Bastrop Advertiser
  • Founder
    The International Society of Bridge Spitters
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Web References
City of Bastrop, Texas, 12 June 2014 [cached]
Council Member Ken Kesselus
Ken Kesselus - Council Representative
April 2013, 1 April 2013 [cached]
(excerpt from Bastrop According to Ken, by Ken Kesselus.)
The International Society of Bridge Spitters was started by our very own City Council member, Ken Kesselus, as a way to combat boredom in Bastrop. To make it official, Ken created a certificate that he signed as the Bastrop Chapter Cuspidorist.
Opie Taylor and Ken Kesselus, Society of Bridge Spitters
Opie Taylor, International Chief Expectorator (left) and Ken Kesselus, American National Spittelator (right) Once the Society grew outside Bastrop and eventually went nationwide and then international, Ken took on the titles of Texas State Spittleator and American National Spittleator.
At one particular Bridge Spit, local Bastropian Robbie Sanders suggested singing a song she learned as a child, "Dirty Lil" (song lyrics below), and she became the official Bridge Spit song leader.
After the official photograph is taken, Ken Kesselus, founding member, plays a special tape from an honorary member, radio broadcaster Garrison Keillor.
Noted Bastrop historian and author ..., 25 July 2011 [cached]
Noted Bastrop historian and author Ken Kesselus spoke about his upcoming new book "Bastrop County During Mariann Laughlin & Ken Kesselsus Reconstruction. Kesselus brought to vivid life the pain and suffering endured by blacks and whites alike during this stressful emergence into a new era. Kesselus is also the author of books about Bastrop County; Alvin Wirtz, the legislator who organized the Lower Colorado River Authority, and noted Republic of Texas soldier and Indian fighter, Edward Burleson.
Next month: Author Ken Kesselus on his latest book: Bastrop County and the Reconstruction Period
March 11 - 11:00-12:30 Business Meeting / Author Ken Kesselus speaks about Bastrop County during the Reconstruction Period. This is noted Bastrop author, Ken Kesselus' new book.
And on that medical note, a ..., 8 Jan 2011 [cached]
And on that medical note, a non-sequitur segue to the status of Bastrop council member Ken Kesselus.
Glad to hear Ken, a fine writer, is doing well after heart surgery. (See his column in today's paper).
Ken is always informative when I call him on stories and gracious when I sometimes slip and cut him off in mid-sentence and say something like, "Hey, got what I need, thanks, talk to you soon - bye!"
And he is just a nice person to be around.
Ken Kesselus, also known as ... [cached]
Ken Kesselus, also known as Kenny to family, is my favorite cousin (sorry, Richard.) As a young man, he took me on dates with his girlfriends and taught me how to ride a bike. Actually, he steered me into a car; that is another story in itself.
As a lifelong resident of the great city of Bastrop, I've known Ken Kesselus and his family all my life. He is a good man and I support him for mayor. hough our backgrounds are different - his upbringing rich with German influence - mine equally rich in Hispanic culture - ...
10:24 a.m. Monday, April 14, 2014
LETTER: Ken Kesselus is their choice
Ken Kesselus has the necessary qualities to serve as Bastrop's mayor.
Two knowledgeable and approachable men, Ken Kesselus and Bill Haschke, are vying for mayor of Bastrop so it would be a very difficult decision.
I met Ken Kesselus probably six years before I actually met him.Bastrop Homecoming Parade 1975.
I have lived in Hunter's Crossing for five years and look forward to voting for Ken Kesselus as mayor in May. Over the last three years, I have gotten to know him through our work where he provides care and time to the employees, much like a military chaplain cares ...
first met Ken when my father, Bob Bryant, ...
I am writing today to bring attention to the highlights of mayoral candidate Ken Kesselus. Ken has a highly distinguished background of community involvement and serving the constituents he represents.
Ken Kesselus has my support for mayor. Ken and his family are part of Bastrop's history and will be part of its future. He is strongly invested in our community's success and will always act in Bastrop's best interests. Ken is one of our foremost experts on our region's history. ...
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