MeShele Edmondson

MeShele Edmondson joined the Boys and Girls Country family in May 2016 as the Executive Assistant. In 2018, she assumed the role of Human Resources Manager. MeShele brings extensive experience working in the areas of office management and human resources for international consulting corporations and legal firms. She is particularly experienced in the areas of directing the administrative functions for executive teams, board relations, implementing new software, and providing support and advice to operational managers and executive staff regarding recruitment and employment.

MeShele lives in Tomball with her family. She is grateful for the opportunity to live out the mission of Boys and Girls Country every day. When she is not working with the staff she likes to work with and build relationships with the youth at BGC through the apprentice program and other activities. Her hobbies include artistic bible journaling, gardening, and fun activities with her family.

Quintes W. Stark Jr

Quintes W. Stark Jr. came to Boys and Girls Country with his wife Elida in March 1996 as Teaching Parents in Cottage #5.  In July of 1998, he assumed the role of Assistant Director of Maintenance. His position changed again 11 months later when he was promoted to the Director of Maintenance. He became Director of Operations in January 2001. He currently holds the position of Chief Operations and Facilities Officer. He has been in the construction and maintenance field for over 30 years and has overseen the construction of three capital campaigns in his 23 years of service to our home. He oversees the day-to-day operation of facility upkeep and maintenance, food services, cottage furnishings, and cottage needs, donations, resident clothing needs, vehicle upkeep and repairs, facility licensing compliance, and ranch operations. He is also the Emergency and Disaster Coordinator, Security Officer, Resident Apprentice Program Coordinator, German Volunteer Coordinator, and a CPR/First Aid Trainer. Quintes and Elida, his wife of 29 years, have three children. He has served as a board director and board chair of his local church, is currently the Chair of Adult Leadership Parent Association (ALPA) working with the Waller County 4-H and the Waller County Extension Office, as well as being an active member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, where he currently holds the position of Captain in the Team Penning and Ranch Sorting Committee.