Lewisville ISD trustee Kronda Thimesch seeks another term

Kronda Thimesch is running for re-election.

Kronda Thimesch is running for re-election.

Lewisville ISD board of trustees Vice-President Kronda Thimesch announced that she filed today to
seek re-election to her Place 1 seat in the school district’s May 5  general election.

Thimesch, a resident of LISD for more than 27 years, was first elected to the LISD board in
2015, and was elected vice-president by her colleagues in June 2017. She also served on the
LISD legislative, finance and facilities committees.

“I have been honored to be a voice for the children, parents, educators and homeowners of
Lewisville ISD over the last three years, and I am proud of the work our board has done. I look
forward to continuing to serve our community by bringing my experience and values to the table
for our schools,” Thimesch said in a statement.

A graduate of Texas Tech University, Thimesch majored in landscape architecture and
met her husband, Jeff, during her time as a student. In May 1989, they co-founded Green Meadows Landscaping, based in Lewisville, which today serves business and residential clients all over the Metroplex. The Thimesches have four children: Justin, Kaytin, Jacob, who all graduated from Hebron High School
and went on to Oklahoma State University; and Karissa, who is in 10th grade at HHS.

For more information, visit  her website, Facebook and Twitter.
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