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Rex Baugh


Temple Electrical Board

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Temple Electrical Board

Background Information

Employment History


Temple Planning Commission


Temple Quarterback Club

Executive Vice President

Cloud Construction Co Inc


Board Member
Rotary Club


Civil Engineering

University of Texas

B.B.A. degree

Abilene Christian University

Web References

Cloud Construction Co., Inc.

www.cloudconstruction.com [cached]

Rex Baugh, Executive Vice President - has been a member of the Cloud team since 1972, serving as Vice President from 1975 through 1985, and is presently Executive Vice President.

Rex is responsible for management of office and field personnel and has direct responsibility for all field products, including management of personnel, equipment, tools, and supplies. He has held offices in the Jaycees, has been a Director of the Rotary Club, Chairman of the Temple Electrical Board, Chairman of the Temple Planning Commission, President of the Temple Quarterback Club, and is an Elder at Western Hills Church of Christ. Rex studied Civil Engineering at the University of Texas in Austin and holds a B.B.A. degree from Abilene Christian University.

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