Friday, April 17, 2015
Apparently Marty Leonard Never Worked A Hard Day In Her Life Til She Got Caught In The TRWD Scandal
Grandma Leonard is surrounded by protesters protesting last year's TRWD board censure meeting censuring Mary Kelleher.
That TRWD Mary Kelleher censuring meeting went all sorts of sideways on the TRWD board members, other than Mary.
That meeting ended up with the TRWD board seeming to be the thing in need of being censured.
In much of the public's eye.
And seen as a triumph for Mary Kelleher, in much of that same public's eye. What with the TRWD board members, other than Mary, seeming to be a group of doddering nincompoops on a twisted misguided witch hunt.
Two of those seemingly doddering nincompoops are wanting to be re-elected to the TRWD board. I have no idea why. Are they gluttons for publicly disgracing themselves?
I particularly don't understand why Marty Leonard wants to be part of the TRWD debacle. I would think she would choose to bow out gracefully and be done with the whole mess, riding off into the sunset on her golf cart to have herself a mighty fine time in the many years she has left to enjoy this planet.
A day or two ago someone named Anonymous made an interesting blog comment regarding Marty Leonard which also made me wonder why Miss Leonard continues to willingly participate in the TRWD mess....
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "The Complex Imaginary Dallas Plot To Take Control Of Fort Worth & Tarrant County":
Is Marty Leonard the owner of the golf courses being referred to?
Marty Leonard and her sister own a 9 hole golf course located in Tolar Texas. The course was her father's private playground.
Marty also owns a golf driving range in far west Fort Worth.
Marty grew up at Rivercrest, Colonial and Shady Oaks Country Clubs.
Marty's father Marvin Leonard started Colonial & Shady Oaks while Marty founded a driving range. The driving range does have a pitch & putt feature however.
Why is Marty frequently photographed wearing blue chambray work shirts? She's never known a hard day of work in her life which is very typical of the Fort Worth Way types.