Brian Saenz is in the first three-year term as a member of the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
He says, "I am a member of the Chamber of Commerce, due to my involvement with the Celebrate Littlefield committee during the Centennial Celebration."
"All members were professional and a whole lot of fun to work with. Having a business in Littlefield allows me to continue to be involved in promoting Littlefield," Brian explained. "What I like the best about Littlefield is the day-to-day friendliness of the people, especially the strength and faith found in our people of Littlefield," he says.
Brian Saenz has lived in Littlefield 40 years, and is employed as a residential roofing specialist with Fortenberry Roofing Company.
He and his wife, Tonya, are parents of three children: Summer, 17; Amanda, 14; and Braedy, 9 years old.
Since he graduated from Littlefield High school in 1992, he has been employed with Lowe's Corporation in 1992; with Littlefield EMS volunteer from 1992 - 1997; at American Cotton Growers' Denim Textile Plant from 1992 - 1997; and currently with Fortenberry Roofing since 1997. He was a trainer with SNAP Fitness from 2012-2013. He also trained at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's Paramedic Program.
Brian is involved in the fitness community, such as SNAP fitness and Fit Camp during the spring and summer months. He is a coach for Little League Baseball and for HPYFL. He also serves as an organizer of the annual 5K Color Dash and Tuff Tire, sponsored by Fortenberry Roofing Company.
At First Baptist Church, Brian is part of the impact leadership on Wednesday nights for boys in 10th to 12th grades. He is a group leader with the First Kids program for fifth and sixth grade boys on Wednesday nights, and he is part of the Emmaus Community.