FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (2/9/2017 – Corpus Christi, TX)
The following is a letter from former Councilman Chad Magill:
Leadership comes in many forms; Autocratic, Democratic, Strategic, Transformational, Team, Cross-Cultural, Facilitative, Laissez-Faire, Transactional, Coaching, Charismatic, and Visionary Leadership.
Some forms of leadership are most evident when times are tough and challenges seem to arise around every corner. Some forms of leadership offer a steady and even-handed approach, even in our most most difficult days. And, some forms of leadership plant seeds for the Greater Good to take root, growing steadily over time.
Today I share this with you after prayerful reflection, with a clear conscience, open heart, and belief in our city’s future that I am choosing to not run for Mayor of Corpus Christi in this Special Election.
It Is Our Time as a City, to Rise Above
To each of you who have supported our campaign, offered to work on our campaign, and pledged your vote:
Retired from education after serving 30 years (twenty-eight as an English teacher and two years as a new-teacher mentor), Shirley enjoys her life with family and friends while serving her community, church, and school in Flour Bluff, Texas. She is the creator and managing editor of The Paper Trail, an online news/blog site that serves to offer a glimpse into the past and present of the little community of Flour Bluff. She wrote for The Flour Bluff Messenger, wrote and edited for The Texas Shoreline News, a Corpus Christi print newspaper that existed from December 2017 to April 2020, served as copy editor on three books, and continues to tutor students of all ages in the lively art of writing.