Lee & Cec Murrah
Lee breaking an axle at the Badlands
Lee is a retired intellectual property attorney, most recently serving as chief IP counsel for ArvinMeritor, Inc., an auto components supplier at Troy, Michigan near Detroit. He grew up on a farm near Lufkin, Texas and has degrees in electrical engineering and law from the University of Texas Austin.
Lee is a serial hobbyist who enjoys computers and web site programming, offroading in his Jeep, geocaching, genealogy, photography, ham radio, reading and historical research. Lee serves as a member of the Riverside, Texas City Council; President of Walker County Emergencey Services District No. 1; member and Past Chairman of the Walker County Historical Commission; and a board member of Independence Communities, Inc., an independent living apartment complex for persons with mental health/mental retardation issues.
Cec Barton-Murrah is originally from Omaha, NE and is an award winning videographer. She has a degree in communications from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Cec is a committed genealogist. She serves as President of the Board for the Huntsville Community Theatre and is a Master Gardener.
Both Cec and Lee enjoy traveling and camping in their motor home and four wheeling in their Jeep.
Lee and Cec are retired and live in Riverside, TX on Lake Livingston.