Lewis has been involved with the wireless industry since working at Texas Communications at an early age. His first FCC Operator's Permit was earned at 13. He enjoys both the networking and RF fields as they are fast paced, ever changing, and continually challenging. Lewis enjoys bringing his vast experience with various technologies and forward thinking process to solve customer problems with innovative solutions. He has built a few different business from nothing including a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP), Hosted VoIP, Storage Business, and ready mix concrete. Building a business involves a myriad of decisions, evaluations, adjustments, and implementations on everything from employment, technology, design, advertising, customer relations, and procedures. Finding qualified and driven people that will adopt a vision and see the benefit a well run and efficient company can be to not only the employees and owners but to customers is always the most difficult task of every undertaking. Texas Communications has been fortunate to hire and retain the best people in the industry.

JIM SHELDON – Vice President, Texas Communications of Bryan, Inc.

Attended Texas A&M University from august 1984 until may 1988 in search of a Computer Science Degree. I was working part time at Texas Communications and decided to dedicate myself full time and pay off my student loans. I have been a part of the Texas Communications family since that time. Over the years I have been involved in several factory training programs and received many technical certifications not only in the Private Wireless Industry but in the IP & Networking Industry as well.
Over the years with this company I have worked my way up from an equipment installer to an Executive Officer. I am proud of my accomplishments and happy to be with a company that notices the value to promote from within. That same pride is evident in my attention to customer service and the expectations I place on my shop location.

CHARLES “BUZ” WOJTEK – Vice President, Texas Communications of San Angelo, Inc.

Buz Wojtek (Pronounced – Voytek) joined Texas Communications in 1975 after an enlistment in the U. S. Air Force were he received his electronics background. He moved to San Angelo in 1977 to open the Texas Communications facility there and has been there ever since.

Buz has served on the board of directors of the USMSS, a national organization of Motorola Service Shops and the board of the Texas Association of Paging Carriers."