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Board of Directors

Our Mission:

To promote the highest quality of life in the Brushy Creek Community by providing the best level of water and wastewater, parks and recreation and other services in the most cost effective manner.

You can contact the Board of Directors via, by phone at 512-255-7871 ext. 217, or via conventional mail to:

  Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District
        Attention: Board of Directors
        16318 Great Oaks Drive
        Round Rock, Texas 7868

Place 1 - Rebecca Tullos - Treasurer

Ex Officio - Community Center Advisory Committee 
Alternate Ex Officio - Parks Advisory Committee
Term: November 2022 - November 2026

Rebecca Boatright Tullos,, was born in Austin, Texas and has lived in the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District since 1992. She is a current member of the Board of Directors having been elected in May of 2006.  Previously, Rebecca served as an appointed member of the Board filling two vacancies: September 1998 – May 2000 and again in August 2005 – May 2006. Rebecca has been very active for many years with several of the District’s advisory committees. In May of 2000, Rebecca was appointed by the Board to serve as a member on the District’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. She served as Chairperson of this committee from May of 2000 until August of 2005 at which time she was re-appointed to the Board of Directors. As a member of the Board, Rebecca has served as the ex-officio Director to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee from 1998 – 2000 and from August 2005 to present day. Rebecca was actively involved in the construction of the District’s Community Center. She served as a member on the Indoor Facility Committee and then later as Chairperson prior to the construction of the Community Center. Rebecca also helped create the District’s Community Center Advisory Committee where she has served both as a committee member and alternate ex-officio Director for the Board of Directors since 2005. In 2004 Rebecca was recognized for her leadership efforts in the building of the Community Center by the Austin Business Journal’s “Biz Woman" section. Rebecca graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Accounting and is licensed in the State of Texas as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Her professional career experiences include serving as a bank auditor, working in public accounting performing audit and tax work, and holding financial upper management positions in several non-profit corporations. Rebecca’s passion for her community is reflected in her dedication and commitment to Brushy Creek over a span of many years in a variety of capacities and activities. She and her husband James reside in the Meadows with their two wonderful children, Morgan and Jake. 

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Place 2 - Michael Tucker - President, Assistant Treasurer

Alternate Ex Officio - Community Center Advisory Committee
Term: November 2020 - November 2024

Michael Tucker,, was born in Idaho and raised throughout the heart of the Rocky Mountains before moving to California and then Nigeria, Africa. He attended the University of California, Santa Barbara studying Sociology and Economics before joining the US Navy where he served honorably as an instructor in surgery and microvascular surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. While in service, Michael met and married his wife, Marilyn, and together they had three boys, Nathan, Nicolas and Christopher. The Tucker's moved to Round Rock, Texas in 1996 and to Brushy Creek in 1997 where their boys enjoyed the benefits of being raised in the growing BCMUD community. Michael is currently a technology executive working in clinical research, advising pharmaceutical companies, research hospitals, and research universities around the world. Michael has served on the board of directors for multiple non-profit organizations in California, Maryland and Texas over the past 25 years including the Cat Hollow Home Owners Association here in Brushy Creek. His vision for Brushy Creek is to constantly improve the quality of services and access to the unique facilities, parks and natural spaces for the residents of the MUD, while providing good stewardship principles to prepare for the future growth of this diverse community.

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Place 3 - Kim Filiatrault - Vice President

Alternate Ex Officio - Utilities Infrastructure Advisory Committee 
Ex Officio -Parks Advisory Committee
Term: November 2022 - November 2026

Kim Filiatrault,, was born in Canada, spent part of his childhood in Germany, moving to Texas in 1999 with his wife Lori and two sons Justin and Shane. Kim received his U.S. Citizenship in November 2013.

Kim is a long-time resident of Cat Hollow and served on the Cat Hollow Homeowners Association Board of Directors and several HOA committees for 11 years. He served on the District’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee from 2005 until his appointment to the BCMUD Board of Directors in January 2015. Kim subsequently served on the Community Center Advisory and Technology Committees.

Kim feels strongly about the importance of maintaining and improving our community. Among other projects, he spearheaded and managed the Liberty Walk Trailhead Gardens providing materials for the pergola and building it himself with the help of family, friends, and neighbors.

Kim loves technology and has been self-employed in that field for most of his career. He has travelled extensively both domestically and internationally providing him with a wide awareness of business strategies. Kim continually strives to simplify tasks, reduce costs, and make things more interesting using his extensive knowledge of the technology industry.

Maintaining and growing District services and amenities are Kim’s main priority; this includes everything from our water and wastewater, to our parks and Community Center.

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 Place 5 - Ken Reifschlager - Secretary

Ex Officio - Utilities Infrastructure Advisory Committee
Term: November 2020 - November 2024

Ken Reifschlager,, was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas.  After graduating from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, he went to work in the petrochemical industry.  Early in his career he worked in construction management on several large capital projects with his company in Victoria, Texas and Delisle, Mississippi.  He then transferred to Newark, Delaware and continued with the engineering design division on a large capital project in Victoria, Texas.  He was then transferred to Houston, Texas to work as an Instrument and Control Systems (I&C) engineer on capital projects in La Porte, Texas.  He also spent some time developing the planning and scheduling system for the maintenance activities at the La Porte plant.  His last years in Houston included time performing project maintenance and providing assistance to operations as an I&C engineer in the environmental control area.  Ken is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas and holds licenses in both the electrical engineering and control systems engineering branches.

While growing up in Texas, Ken spent weekends enjoying water sports on Lake Corpus Christi as well as many vacations visiting the hill country around Kerrville and Austin.  When he and his wife had the opportunity to move to the Highland Horizon subdivision in 2012, his love for the Hill Country was realized.  Ken was drawn to the Brushy Creek area because of the numerous parks, nature preserves, hike and bike trails, and recreational facilities within the community.  

Ken’s career has continued as an I&C Project Engineer in the utility and semiconductor industries.  As a Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District Director, Ken is committed to maintaining and enhancing the District’s services and amenities.  His extensive work experience will enable him to guide District efforts to ensure that facilities and associated improvement projects continue to be carefully created, designed, constructed, operated, and maintained in an efficient and effective manner, and within the best interests of the Brushy Creek community. 

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