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DBU Honors Fred Moses with Tom Landry Award
April 19, 2012 | by Kalie Lowrie
Dallas, TX – Dallas Baptist University honored Mr. Fred Moses, of Plano, during the Sixth Annual Tom Landry Award Dinner on Saturday, April 14, 2012. The dinner and award program were held on the DBU campus.
Moses is president and chief executive officer of the Telecom Electric Supply Company, which he founded in 1980. He is a strong spiritual leader in Collin County who has faithfully served as a noteworthy businessman and prominent leader in politics for many years. He also serves a minister at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Plano.
IMAGE DESCRIPTION - OPTIONAL: Pictured (l to r): Congressman Sam Johnson, former Tom Landry Award recipient and honorary chair; Alicia Landry, honorary chair; Fred Moses, 2012 Tom Landry Award recipient; and Ronald Skaggs, DBU trustee.
The honorary chairs for the dinner were Alicia Landry, wife of former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry, and Congressman Sam Johnson, 2011 Tom Landry Award Recipient. Ronald L. Skaggs, a member of the DBU board of trustees and chairman emeritus of HKS Architects, Inc., served as the Dinner Chair and emcee for the program.
J.C. Watts was the featured speaker for the evening. Watts is chairman of J.C. Watts Companies, a multi-industry holding company headquartered in Washington, D.C. He served as a U.S. Congressman from Oklahoma from 1995-2003.