Texas Veterans Museum, Inc. Leadership

Chairman of the Board


Jimmy Mitchell, Colonel, USMCR (Ret)

 Jimmy is the Chairman of the Board for the Texas Veterans Museum, Inc.  He served honorably and retired from the United States Marine Corps, Reserves achieving the rank of Colonel.  a corporate level leader, distinguished service U.S. Marine Corps Officer, and community volunteer.

Jimmy retired from American General Life Insurance Company as Supervisor Image Services after 25 years in 2002.

Jimmy's dedication beyond self is evident.  In addition to being our Chairman, he also serves as Chairman-Board of Directors, Marine Corps Coordinating Council, Commander-American Legion Post 77, Commander 22nd District Department of Texas, American Legion, Correspondent - 40&8 Voiture 163, Secretary for the Seigmund Fund a Scholarship, Houston Independent School District Volunteers Program, and is a member of Fresno Mount Corinth Missionary Baptist Church.

He has been married to his wife Bonnie for XX years.   



Johnny Salinas, Master Sergeant, USMCR (Ret)

Johnny Salinas is the President of the Texas Veterans Museum, Inc.  He served honorably for XX years in the United States Marine Corps, retiring at the rank of Master Sergeant.  

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Vice President


Manny Satarian

Manny is the Vice President of the Texas Veterans Museum, Inc.  He served honorably in the United States Navy for four years, achieving the rank of (put rank here).

Manny earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Human Services.  He is currently employed at the Michael E. DeBakey V.A. Medical Center as a Certified Peer Support Specialist and assigned to the Substance Disorder Treatment Program where he helps Veterans to navigate their incredible servant and leader within the veteran community.

He has worked with several platoons with The Mission Continues Organization where they go out into the community and volunteer their services to assist clean-up efforts in neighborhoods and building accesses for our Disabled Veteran Homes.

Manny isCertified First-Responder with the Precinct 1 C.E.R.T. Team in Harris County.  He also volunteers at the V. A. Hospital as a Peer Support Specialist in the Mental Health Care Line.  is a senior Mentor with the Harris County Veterans Felony Court # 228.



Sheryll Jones, Former Specialist-4, US Army

 Sheryll is the Secretary-Treasurer of the Texas Veterans Museum, Inc.  She served honorably in the United States Army for three years as a Crypto Communications Specialist achieving the rank of Specialist 4.  

Sheryll is a Certified Paralegal and earned her Human Resources Masters Certificate.  She also is a Certified Mediator and a Certified Arbitrator.   

She has over 40 years of experience in corporate, community, and military service and leadership, with a focus on customer and client attention. She has an extensive background in recruitment and retention, mediation, records management, business strategies, planning and legal compliance.

Plannning Director


Denyce Treybig, Civilain

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Communications Director


Steve Cutrer, Master Gunnery Sergeant, USMC (Ret)

Steve Cutrer is the Communications Director of the Texas Veterans Museum, Inc.  He served honorably in the United States Marine Corps, achieving the Rank of Master Gunnery Sergeant.  Steve completed his career as the Light Armored Reconnaissance Advocate at Headquarters Marine Corps, Plans, Policies, and Operations.

In 2012, Steve began working in Project Management at Schlumberger, an international oilfield services company, in Houston.  In 2014, he transitioned into the position of Performance Consultant - training leadership, communication, customer relations, and stakeholder engagement.  In 2018, Steve launched his own consulting company, 3-Charlie Performance Consulting; providing communication consulting to organizations and individuals.  

Steve is also volunteers as the President of the Marine Corps Coordinating Council, Southeast Texas in Houston. He is also an advisory member of the 3rd LAR Wolfpack Association, and is a member of the Texas Marine Corps Medal of Honor Memorial Committee.

Steve has been married to his wife Michele for 13 years and has two daughters ages 10 and 7.

Future Key Chairperson


Anthony Mata, Former Sergeant, USMC