Curtis Patschke Named Citizen of the Year
Curtis Patschke was named Citizen of the Year by the Lexington Chamber of Commerce recently. He has been working in Lexington from the time he was six years old and began helping out at the Lexington Auction Barn every Saturday for 15 years.
When Patschke reached high school, he began helping out as an athletic trainer for all sports, earning multiple awards along the way. After serving two more years as a trainer at Blinn College, he went on to obtain a BBA in Computer Information Systems from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos.
Since returning to Lexington, Patschke has served the community non-stop. In addition to making sure all technical systems of LISD are running efficiently, there is seldom a day when he is not helping one of Lexington’s many service organizations with computer issues, forms, media, PA systems, etc. When not “at work” he is often using his own time to repair or set up computers for students and community members.
Lexington would be hard pressed to find anyone more committed to serving his community. Curtis Patschke is very deserving of Citizen of the Year.