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Gerald Frederick Rosebure Edit Profile

superintendent of schools

Gerald Frederick Rosebure, American superintendent of schools. Certified professional superintendent, Texas. Recipient honorary state degree Future Homemakers, American, 1982; honorary chapter farmer award Future Farmers American, 1989, honorary state degree, 1990; honorary bandsman award Wills Point High School Band, 1990.

Background

Rosebure, Gerald Frederick was born on October 16, 1945 in Commerce, Texas, United States. Son of Fred O. and Maude (Hoskins) Rosebure.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, Texas, 1968. Master of Science, East Texas State University, 1974.

Career

Teacher, coach, Princeton (Texas) High School, 1970-1971; teacher, coach, Quinlan (Texas) High School, 1971-1974; teacher, coach, Wolfe City (Texas) High School, 1974-1975; teacher, coach, Sulphur Springs (Texas) High School, 1975-1976; teacher, coach, Royse City (Texas) High School, 1976-1978; teacher, coach, Winona (Texas) High School, 1978-1979; principal, Union Grove High School, Gladewater, Texas, 1979-1980; superintendent schools, Slidell (Texas) Indiana School District, 1980-1983; superintendent schools, Arp (Texas) Indiana School District, 1983-1987; superintendent schools, Wills Point (Texas) Indiana School District, 1987-1991; superintendent schools, Newton (Texas) Indiana School District, since 1991.

Achievements

  • Certified professional superintendent, Texas.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Newspaper columnist Rambling Rose, 1986-1991.

Politics

God calls for justice for those, who are oppressed by the powers of the day. Therefore Christians should be involved in political life.

Views

In a society where self-interest, acquisitiveness and individual happiness are often seen as the over-riding interests, the Church, and Christians within it, are called to witness meanings, values and purposes beyond ourselves.

Membership

Mayor pro tempore, police commissioner City of Arp, 1986-1987. Board directors Smith County Appraisal District, Tyler, Texas, 1983, Wills Point Economic Development, since 1987, Wills Point Youth Sports Association, since 1988. Baseball umpire Southwest Officials Association, since 1980.

Member Senator Lyon's Advisory Committee on Education, since 1986. Member Texas Association School Administrators, Wills Point C. of Chamber (board directors 1987), Masons, Shriners.

Connections

Married Deborah Gibbs, December 26, 1975. 1 stepchild, Robert Dax Rucker. 1 child, Bart C.

father:
Fred O. Rosebure

mother:
Maude (Hoskins) Rosebure

spouse:
Deborah Gibbs

child:
Bart C. Rosebure