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Nagel clinic names two to board

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The Arthur Nagel Community Clinic is pleased to announce the election of two new members to the board that oversees the clinic.

They are Bandera County Attorney Janna Lindig and philanthropist Lloyd Norris.

Lindig is a Bandera native who brings more than 20 years of legal knowledge to the board from her time spent as a practicing attorney in Houston. She relocated back to her hometown in 2008 and has been serving as county attorney since January 2013.

Lindig is an alumna of the University of Texas at Austin, where she received her bachelor’s degree in political science and government.

She then went on to receive her law degree from Texas Tech University.

Norris comes to the Nagel Clinic with decades of experience in both business and philanthropy. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of Angelo State University and currently serves as chair of the ASU Foundation board.

The university’s School of Business has been named in his honor. Working his way from a supervisory role right out of college, Norris rose through the ranks to become vice president for petroleum marketing for Town & Country Food Stores.

He and his wife Sheri spend most of their time either in San Angelo or at their ranch south of Bandera.

The clinic is a health care provider that typically serves the needs of uninsured Bandera County residents but also promotes programming designed to improve the overall health of all county residents.