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Real estate development company executive

George Terry Sisk, American real estate development company executive.


Sisk, George Terry was born on July 23, 1942 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of George Toliver and Mary Elizabeth (McCorstin) Sisk.


Bachelor of Business Administration, Texas Wesleyan College, 1968. Master of Business Administration, University Dallas, 1975.


Auditor Fort Worth National Bank, 1969—1970. Branch manager Fleet Rall Mortgage Company, Fort Worth, 1970—1973. Vice president development Hill Equity Corporation, Dallas, 1973—1975.

General manager Richland Enterprises, Fort Worth, 1975—1982. President Terry Sisk Development Company, from 1982. Associate professor business extended studies division Columbia (Missouri) College, 1979.

Director Tropical Development, Inc., North Davis Business Park Joint Venture, Inc., United Equity Investors, Inc., S.K.S. Construction Company, Royal Equities. With United States Air Force, 1961-1965.


Any individual, child, or otherwise cannot be baptized until they come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ—then, and only then, would a person be baptized.


The state should not use its authority to promote particular religious beliefs, nor should it require prayer or worship in the public schools. However, the state should leave students free to practice their own religious convictions.


The strength of a society’s marriages is the greatest cause and indicator of societal health.


Member of East African Wildlife Association, Dallas Zoological Association, Dallas Summer Museum Guild, World Wildlife Fund, Fort Worth Art Museum, Mental Health Association Tarrent County, Fort Worth Symphony League, Fort Worth Junior Chamber of C. (activation director 1977-1978, administrative director 1978-1979, Most Outstanding 1st-Year Jaycee 1977), Colleyville Chamber of Commerce, Apartment Owners Association Tarrant County, Texas Association Builders, Society Real Estate Appraisers, National Association Home Builders, Rotary (Fort Worth).


George Toliver Sisk

Mary Elizabeth (McCorstin) Sisk