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Craig Christopher: 2014 Cattle Baron’s Chairman Remembers Growing Up in Shavano Park

Craig Christopher  |  2014 Cattle Baron's Chairman
By Dana Orihel
Shavano Living Magazine
September 2014

“Shavano Park was an incredible place to grow up and when I drive through the area, I reflect on the great childhood memories.”

Craig Christopher has many good memories of Shavano Park. After all he grew up on Hunters Branch South where his parents, Marjie and Henry owned two lots from 1970 to 1989. Craig’s father, an attorney, served as the Shavano Park prosecutor from the late 70s through the mid 80s and assisted in establishing the Municipal Court State Charter, and his mother was active with the Shavano Park Women’s Club.

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Posted by Craig Christopher on 23rd September, 2014 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: Cibolo Creek, Groups of 200 or less, Lazy Lily Riverhouse, Rio Cibolo Ranch, Entertainment/Special Event Venue near San Antonio

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