Former AHCA Board Member Becky Heiser is AHCA’s newest Life Member!
Becky grew up in Austin as a 5th generation Austinite and has fond memories of playing on the grounds of the State Capitol during visits to her grandparents’ home, the Walling, Tibaut, and Bradfield house, located on 11th St. adjacent to the Capitol. She recalls that in the 1950s and 60s, Austin was still considered a small town. The Wallings and Bradfields were in land development from the 1940s to 2001, subdividing neighborhoods and building homes for many Austinites. Their developments included Pemberton Heights, Highland Hills, Foothills Terrace, and Wilshire Wood to name a few.
After her years on the AHCA Board of Directors, primarily working to stage and raise money for AHCA through the Angelina Eberly Luncheon, Becky now serves on the MD Anderson Board of Visitors, the University of Texas Chancellor’s Council Executive Committee, the Seton Development Board. She is an Associate of the Helping Hand Home for Children and she enjoy various other projects in which she is involved.
To learn more about how to become a Life Member of AHCA, please visit the AHCA Life Membership page of this website.
Becky Heiser, AHCA Life Member