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First Liberty Institute’s Matthew Kacsmaryk of Plano, Texas, moved one step close to confirmation for a federal judge post based in Amarillo, Texas. A U.S. Senate Judiciary committee has approved Kacmaryyk today.
Kacsmaryk, who serves as deputy general counsel for First Liberty, would fill a federal judge post that has been empty two years come February.
Brian Crutcher, who serves as Chief Operating Officer at Texas Instruments, will move up on June 1st when RichTempleton steps aside as TI president and chief executive.
Templeton has been leading TI since 2004 and will still be the chairman at Texas Instruments. Crutcher said that Templeton has made TI stronger than ever and provides a solid foundation for him.
Templeton said Crutcher has proven to be an exceptional inspiring leader who delivers great results. Templeton cited Crutcher’s skills and focus in building business, manufacturing and sales.
TI has been grooming Crutcher for his new spots. He was elevated to senior vice president in 2010 and promoted to executive vice president four years later. In 2017, he became the chief operating officer.
Coach Steven Greek is the new head football coach at Argyle Liberty Christian.
Greek has been a leader as offensive coordinator at Prestonwood during four state TAPPS football championships.
Greek said: “The overall athletic program is very strong, and we simply want to come in, get to know the staff, build relationships with the kids and their families, and then commit wholeheartedly to being a part of something special. The people make Liberty Christian special. We’ve been ferocious competitors for all these years, and now as a family, we get to become Warriors.”
Greek said, “As a family, we also thank members of our Prestonwood family for their amazing love and support all of these years and in this transition. They have been extremely supportive, and we are eternally grateful.”
Barton Hundley coached Liberty to a 24-21 record in four seasons, including one trip to the playoffs.
“Liberty is a special place, and Coach Greek is a special individual – it’s a great fit,” said Headmaster Blair McCullough. “He has a strong reputation as a godly leader who brings out the best in his players, and I believe his plan for Liberty will impact our entire community.