Jimmie C. Clark passed away on Tuesday, May 24th. He was a Registered Sanitarian and a TCEQ licensed OSSF Designated Representative. Jim received his BS in biology from Trinity University. After 28 years of both active duty and then Army Reserves, Lt. Colonel Jim Clark retired from the US Military. He worked with Metro Health for 36 years including time as a supervisor in the Air Pollution Program and then in the Environmental Health Division. After retirement, Jim stayed active as a consultant in the areas of food safety, OSSF inspections, and public health investigations in 9 incorporated cities in Bexar County.
Robert C. Turella, passed away on August 25, 2011 after a long fight with prostate cancer. In 2003, he retired after 35 years of service to the City of San Antonio as a chemical analyst in the laboratory for the Health Department. After being named all-state and upon graduation from Central Catholic High School in 1961 he chose to play baseball at Southwest Texas State as pitcher. He was a sports enthusiast and an avid golfer. His entire life he enjoyed playing and coaching numerous sports including baseball, bowling, darts, football, and golf. He turned into a "techie" later in life, learning how to build and repair computers and maintain websites.