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Linda Pitts Custard

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Background Information

Employment History

Trustee and Chairwoman of the Building Committee

Communities Foundation of Texas


Affiliations

Communities Foundation of Texas

Trustees and Advisor


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"The plan allowed the main house and historic outbuildings to continue in use and gave the opportunity to tell the story of the Caruth family, which occupied the house for almost 150 years," said Linda Pitts Custard, a former CFT trustee and chairwoman of the building committee.


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From left: Brent Christopher, Linda Pitts Custard, Paul W. Harris and John W. Crain are working on plans for restoring the main house on the Caruth family home place.From left: Brent Christopher, Linda Pitts Custard, Paul W. Harris and John W. Crain are working on plans for restoring the main house on the Caruth family home place. "This plan will allow the main house and historic outbuildings to continue in use and will give us the opportunity to tell the story of the Caruth family, which occupied the house for [almost] 150 years," said Linda Pitts Custard, a CFT trustee and chairwoman of the building committee.


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Linda Pitts Custard


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