Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 is governed by a publicly elected five-member Board. The day-to-day operations are managed by the General Manager.

The Board of Directors adopted Bylaws: Organization, Procedures, Travel Expenditure Policy, Professional Services Policy, Management Information Policy and Code of Ethics Bylaws of the Board of Directors to ensure the highest level of service to all customers of the District, residents of Trophy Club, and the public.

We welcome your questions, comments and concerns.  Please contact us by email or attend one of the Board Meetings listed on the Events Calendar.  We would love to hear from you!

Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 Board of Directors


Place 1 Gregory Wilson
Place 2 Bill Rose
Place 3 Kelly Castonguay
Place 4 Steve Flynn
Place 5 Mark Chapman


Gregory Wilson, Director Place 1

Greg Wilson Photo

Greg and his wife Tonya have called Trophy Club home since 2011. They have two children, their son Greg Jr is pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Nebraska and their daughter Nyah is a student at Medlin Middle School. Greg is a United States Air Force veteran with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska and a Master’s degree in Managerial Economics from the University of Oklahoma.

Greg previously served as President of Trophy Club’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC4B) and was a former member of the EDC4A. Greg also serves as the Vice President of Medlin’s Mustang Men, graduate of Northwest ISD’s Leadership NISD program and serves on the Churchill Downs Homeowner’s Association Board.

Professionally Greg is the Head of Information Security and serves on several Information Security boards including Dallas CISO Executive Summit Governing Body, Texas Regional Infrastructure Security Conference Advisory Board and Dallas SecureWorld Steering Committee. Greg enjoys volunteering with his local congregation, serving on the Mission’s Committee and has traveled on mission trips to India, Singapore, Costa Rica and Cambodia.

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Bill Rose, Director Place 2
Vice President

Bill Rose Pic

Bill and his wife Dee have been enthusiastic Trophy Club residents since 1993. Bill received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado State College and his Master’s degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He is also a graduate from National Defense University, Air War College, and the Air Command and Staff College.

Bill is a retired United States Air Force Lt Colonel. He served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Desert Shield. He was awarded the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross for actions in Vietnam. Following his military service, Bill flew with and has retired from American Airlines. He is President Emeritus of the Grey Eagles, a national organization of senior and retired American Airlines pilots.

Bill was elected to the Trophy Club Town Council for five years and served in the positions of Mayor Pro Tem, Council Liaison to the MUD, and Council Liaison to Parks and Recreation. He was a key member of two Home Rule Charter Commissions and has authored numerous Charter revisions adopted by the voters.
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Kelly Castonguay, Director Place 3

Kelly & her husband Steve moved to Trophy Club in 2003. They are both committed to Trophy Club through various activities offered throughout Town.

Kelly volunteered on Trophy Club’s 30th Committee helping to bring recognition of our town with numerous events held throughout the year.
She also is a team player in the kickball & bocce ball leagues offered here.

Kelly has chaired the “Parade of Patriots” and has worked closely with the Stars and Stripes committee for the past several years. Kelly is extremely passionate about helping veterans and military families. She does endless volunteer work through selected foundations to help those who have served our country.

Kelly is employed by Paradigm Wealth Management located in Trophy Club.

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Steve Flynn, Director Place 4

Steve Flynn



Steve and his wife Teryl have returned to Trophy Club after one last work-related assignment in Connecticut. They previously lived in Hogan’s Glen and have firmly put their “family flag” in the ground after Steve’s retirement from General Motors in 2017.

Steve most recently served as the Cadillac Regional Director in the Northeast Region, leading multiple teams in sales, service and marketing. Over the course of 32 years Steve and Teryl relocated 15 times and lived in such places as Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Connecticut, Pittsburgh, Dallas and Houston.

Steve is recognized by the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association as a “Credentialed Mediator.” His mediation experience includes work with both the Dallas County Dispute Resolution Center and Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas. He graduated from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Steve is very active in church activities as an Elder and serving on several committees that support church growth. He also works part time at the church as Property Manager. Both Steve and Teryl love to golf and participate in a variety of activities at Trophy Club Country Club. Travel and spending time with their two dogs, Chevy and Skye keep both very busy.

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Mark Chapman, Director Place 5

Mark and his wife Katherine have called Trophy Club home since 2005. While Mark was born and raised in Florida and has lived in several locales over the years, he has spent the majority of his life living in Texas and considers it his home state.

Professionally Mark currently works for Greyhound Lines, Inc. as a Senior HPE NonStop Systems/Security Engineer. Mark has worked with HPE NonStop (formerly known as TANDEM Computers) systems for over 30 years and has been active in the IT industry for over 40 years.

Mark has worked for several large Fortune100/500 companies, including America Online (AOL), AT&T Bell Labs, DELL, GTEMobilnet (Verizon), HP/HPE, SABRE/American Airlines, and Wells Fargo Bank where he was either the lead engineer as a consultant helping an organization with either engineering or security support. Mark also owns and operates a consulting firm, called NonStop Systems Engineering Group, LLC, that he uses to perform freelance work within the industry.

*The District is not responsible for biographical information submitted by individual Directors


House Bill 305 Election Disclosure:
The following information related to the District’s elections for members of the Board of Directors is being posted by the District pursuant to Section 2051.152 of the Texas Government Code (enacted by House Bill 305 during the 2019 Texas Legislative Session):

1. The date and location of the next election for members of the Board of Directors of the District:

Elections for directors of the District are conducted on the May uniform election date in even-numbered years. Accordingly, the next election for members of the Board of Directors of the District shall be conducted on the first Saturday in May 2020, which is May 2, 2020.

The election shall be conducted at the polling places established by Tarrant County and Denton County to serve the counties’ regular election precincts within the District, as required by Sections 42.0621 and 43.004 of the Texas Election Code.

2. The requirements and deadline for filing for candidacy of each elected office of the District:

In order to be qualified to serve as a director of a municipal utility district, Section 54.102 of the Texas Water Code requires that a person be at least 18 years old, a resident citizen of the State of Texas, and either own land subject to taxation in the district or be a qualified voter within the district.

A person that desires to be a candidate for the director election must timely complete and submit an application for a place on the ballot for the election. Applications for a place on the ballot may be obtained from the District’s Administrative Office located at 100 Municipal Drive, Trophy Club, Texas 76262, or may be downloaded and printed out from the
Secretary of State’s website: ( or by clicking HERE.
The deadline for filing the application for a place on the ballot is 78 days prior to the election. For the May 2, 2020 director election, the deadline for filing the application for a place on the ballot will be Friday, February 14, 2020. The deadline for write-in candidates is 74 days before the election. For the May 2, 2020 director election, the deadline for write-in candidates is Tuesday, February 18, 2020.
Completed applications for a place on the ballot may be filed in person or by mail to the District at the following address: 100 Municipal Drive, Trophy Club, Texas 76262.