Board of Commissioners


Freddy Lopez
President

Freddy Lopez Sr is a longtime Fort Bend County resident, business owner President and Pastor. I was raised in Rosenberg, Texas, working at a young age. I was determined and driven for success. Relocated to Fresno, Texas where I started Quality Paint Body Wrecker Service Inc. 40 years our collision center has served the Fort Bend County and surrounding areas. Working side by side with local law enforcement agencies with a work ethic to serve and provide the best service to the citizens.

I am currently senior pastor at New Quality Life Ministries in Fresno, Texas. I have a heart for the people, to share and invest a Quality Life in the Lord. I married my high school sweetheart Sandy Lopez a long time Fort Bend County resident, she is Vice President of Quality Paint Body Wrecker Serv. Inc. and Co-servant with me at New Quality Life Ministries.

We have three adult married children. Freddy Lopez Jr., Priscilla Lopez Miranda, Brent Lopez, Two Daughter in laws Amanda and Victoria Lopez and one son in law Manuel Miranda. Seven graceful grandchildren who all reside in Fort Bend County. It is my pleasure to serve the County and pray to make a difference for the betterment of our county and each citizen.

Barbara Hamilton
Vice President

I served with the Fresno Volunteer Fire Department for 8 years where I obtained my EMT certification and served several years as the departments EMS Caption. I retired after 32 years from Occidental Chemical in Deer Park where I served as a member of Oxys Emergency Response Team as well as Channel Industries Mutual Aid CIMA. I have been married for 28 years to Paul Hamilton. We have three grown children and four grandchildren. I have served as an Emergency Service District Commissioner since it was formed in November, 2015.

Rodolfo Inclan
Treasurer

Rudy Inclan has been a small business owner and resident of Fort Bend County for over 15 years. Rudy is regularly involved in the community through his business, and also himself. Being a part of the FBESD7 team he is eager to do and give back even more to his community. Being a father of four beautiful girls, safety is always a top priority for Rudy. His goal is to provide the citizens of Fort Bend County with the best fire and emergency services. This would include studying the issues, voting in the best interest of the taxpayers, citizens, and employees that are associated with FBESD7.

Janet McClain
Secretary

I moved to Fresno in 1968 with Donald McClain and my 4 and 5 year old daughters. We relocated from Houston to be down the street from his mother and grandmother who had been living in Fresno since 1957. In January of 1969, I joined the Womens Auxiliary Fire Department. In 1974 the women were permitted to join the official Fresno Volunteer Fire Department. I was one of three women who attended Texas A M Fire Academy where we were informed that we were the first three women to ever attend the fire academy at Texas AM. An even greater was that we became the first three women to teach at the Fire Academy. Essa Means taught Pump Operations, Joyce Bradley Crawford taught river rescue and I taught repelling from 6 story buildings. In 1974, I became a volunteer Health and Safety instructor for American Red Cross which enabled me to train the volunteer firefighters and general community in first aid and CPR. In 1976 Memorial Herman Hospital offered the first EMT Course in Houston. The three of us attended the courses and became the first women certified as EMTs. In 1986, I accepted a full time job with American Red Cross which forced me to resign from the Fresno Volunteer Fire Department. In 2015, after 41 years with American Red Cross, I finally resigned. I am honored to be appointed as a Commissioner for the Fort Bend County Emergency Service District 7. My history with the Fire Department provided me an understanding of the needs and impact that this position can make.

Ruston Hughes
Commissioner

After graduating from Texas AM University with a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering in 1990, Ruston began his career at Lockheed Martin providing engineering support to NASA for both the Space Station and Space Shuttle Programs in the field of aerothermodynamics. After 6 years in the space program, he transitioned into the world of consulting by taking a position with Accenture then Anderson Consulting. Initially focused on large financial system implementations for the energy industry, Ruston transitioned into e-commerce when web-based marketplaces began to proliferate in the early 2000s. Desiring to reduce the amount of travel required for consulting and spend more time with his young children, Ruston made another career change in 2005, leading the newly formed IT Project Management Office for Baylor College of Medicine. The transition from the energy industry to healthcare was a challenge, but with the experience from previous career changes and the support of peers, Ruston was able to quickly acclimate. During his 10 years at Baylor College of Medicine, Ruston led large clinical systems implementations, served as the Executive Director for IT Clinical Operations and served as a member of the operational planning committee for the Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center. Transitioning back to consulting in 2015, Ruston is currently a Senior Manager with Accenture Health, responsible for growing and developing the Houston consulting market by providing innovative solutions that help clients deliver more effective, efficient and affordable healthcare. During his 12 years in healthcare IT, Ruston has developed a broad understanding of the complexities involved in successfully integrating people, process and technology to deliver a better experience for both patients and providers. Outside of work, Ruston has been active in community and faith-based organizations. He has been an active member of Cornerstone Baptist Church for over 20 years, serving multiple terms on the Board of Trustees. Ruston also served as Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 1282 for 4 years and a member of the Fresno Volunteer Fire Department for 5 years in the late 90s, early 2000s. On a personal note, Ruston has been married to his wife Ellen for 28 years, and together they have raised their two children in the Fresno/Arcola area where they have lived for 26 years.

Conflicts Disclosure Statements:

No conflicts to report for the current Board of Comissioners.