11-18-2020 Giving thanks for NFA Wealth Management Strategic Financial Concepts for their support of Lytle schools.
Please watch this short video, and join our district in thanking NFA Wealth Management Strategic Financial Concepts for their amazing gifts of time, donations, and support. The Wagners are copied on this email, so if you would like to reply or send a personal a message of thanks for all they do for our students, please feel free to do so.
Mr. Reagan Wagner, along with his wife Deborah and parents, Garnett and Bob Wagner, own and operate NFA Wealth Management Strategic Financial Concepts, LLC, a company that has always given Lytle ISD and its sports teams great support. During every sport and every season, this family provides monetary donations and volunteerism that directly benefit our boy and girl athletes. If there is a need for transportation, meals, or anything that builds pride in the Athletic Programs' culture, the Wagners are willing to help. They fund the Legacy Bowl Scholarship for graduating athletes, help run the Pirate Athletic Support Group, and contribute time and funding for the yearly Lytle High School Athletic Banquet. Their company also partnered with a few other community business owners to purchase a new inflatable run-through that our football team and fans have enjoyed for (going on) four seasons. Mr. Bob Wagner is a former school board member, and his wife Garnett is a well-respected former educator for the district. Bob has the ability to speak to young people in a very energetic, passionate and motivational way. Through his volunteer youth league coaching in our community, he has inspired many children to work hard and take pride in everything they do. For this reason, he is frequently invited to be a guest speaker at Lytle ISD's Community Pep Rally. (And, he'll show up to encourage students in our gymnasiums, stadiums, ballparks, auditoriums and classrooms - all we have to do is ask.) Bob's son, Mr. Reagan Wagner generously gives of his time, as well, serving our district as a Board of Trustee for 10 years. Reagan's wife Deborah works for Lytle ISD in the Special Education department as a speech pathologist.