Fred Moses brings leadership experience to Collin County Community College District Place 1 race

How would you describe candidate Fred Moses?

Successful in Business

Respected Community Leader

Dedicated Volunteer

Fred and his Wife

Community Leaders – Moses Family

Leading a successful small business in Plano since 1985, Fred Moses understands first-hand the importance of an educational system that meets the growing demands in business and industry. Moses is running for the Collin College Board of Trustees Place 1 position and is looking forward to serving alongside other Trustees in directing the future of the College as Collin County continues to grow.

Moses has spent his career in the electrical supply industry. After 11 years with General Electric, he founded Plano-based Telecom Electric Supply Company, a small family-owned business that offers wholesale electrical, telecommunications, safety and power products to its customers.

Moses and his business have been recognized numerous times over the years for outstanding service, dedication to excellence, and commitment to the industry and the community.

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Honors for Fred Moses

Some accolades include the Christian Business Leadership Award from CEO Institute, Minority Vendor of the Year for the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Business Development Council, and the Plano Chamber of Commerce has a business award named in his honor that is called “The Moses Minority Business Award that is given annually.

Fred Moses’ commitment to excellence extends well beyond his business.

He and his wife, Mazzie Moses, are staples in the community, spending countless hours serving others. Collin College has recognized them with a Living Legend Award and they have established an endowment that gives a scholarship annually.

Dallas Baptist University (DBU) has awarded Moses the Tom Landry Leadership Award.

Fred Moses has served on numerous boards and commissions including the Collin College President’s Circle, the Collin County Community College Foundation Board, the Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Development Council, the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, the Plano Partners Mentor Program, the United Way of Plano, and the Plano Metro Rotary Club.

In addition to his involvement as a board member, Fred has also served as:

Chairman of the Plano Chamber of Commerce

Chairman of the Plano Economic Development Board

Chairman of the Plano Community Home (Senior Citizen Housing Board)
Commissioner on the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations Commission

Vice-Chairman of the Deacon Board at Shiloh Baptist Church

Immediate past Chairman of the Collin County Republican Party.

His unwavering faith guides Fred in all he does. He has been married to his beautiful bride, Mazzie, for 47 years and among all of his achievements and recognitions, Fred is most proud of his two amazing children, Michelle and Frederic, and his three grandchildren. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing from the University of Bridgeport and an Associate of Science Degree in Business Management from Housatonic Community College. He and his wife reside in Plano and are members of the Shiloh Baptist Church and serve as one of the Associate Ministers.

This page sponsored by the Lincoln Society of Collin County

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