Association of Mayors, Councilmembers and Commissioners

AMCC Board of Directors

 

David Speicher, PE
AMCC President and Mayor Pro Tem, City of Justin
David Speicher

David has served on the Justin City Council for more than seven years and is in his third year as mayor pro tem. Additionally, David serves as the Park Chairman for the City of Justin and 2nd Vice President for TML Region 8.

David is a Texas-registered professional engineer. He has gained significant leadership experience through prior positions as assistant area engineer with the Texas Department of Transportation, engineer for the City of Fort Worth Water Department, development review administrator for the City of Denton, and as an officer in the United States Army.

David is presently a Vice President with Wade Trim Engineering, a consulting engineering firm located in Roanoke. David’s focus is on quality of life and ensuring and protecting those resources that bring value to our community, jobs to citizens, safety to homes, and enhancement to lives.

David and his wife Michelle have three children. David and Michelle spend most of their free time at the various sporting events their children are in. His favorite sports are hockey and softball.

 

Eddie Daffern, CMO
AMCC 1st Vice President and Mayor, City of Staples
David Speicher

Eddie Daffern was a member of the committee to incorporate the City of Staples in 2008. He was elected as the first mayor and has served since November 2008.

He is a member of the Small Cities Advisory Council and has been very active with TMLI, having attained the CMO designation the past five years.  Eddie is retired as a professional salesman in the jewelry and medical industries and from 34 years in the U. S. Marines, Reserves, and National Guard. He is a Vietnam Veteran.

Eddie is very active in the Masons and Shriners, and he and his wife Shari travel extensively.

 

Lottie Spencer, CMO
AMCC 2nd Vice President and Mayor Pro Tem, City of Littlefield

 

Lottie is proud to be the first lady of color to serve as City Councilmember and Mayor Pro Tem in the history of Littlefield.  Lottie has served as TML Region 3 secretary, second vice president, first vice president, and will soon be TML Region 3 president.  Lottie is extremely active in her community, and is serving on the Head Start Board, Library Board, and Museum Board. She is a Lions Club Member and a member of the Chamber of Commerce.  She has also served on TML Legislative Committees, and is a member of the Texas Association of Black City Council Members.  

Lottie is a  retired  educator, and very active in her church.  She is the mother of two children and one Godsend grandson.   

  

Irene Mason, CMO
AMCC Past President and Mayor Pro Tem, City of Muleshoe
Irene Mason, AMCC 1st Vice President

A resident of Muleshoe since 2006, Irene Mason was elected to the Muleshoe City Council in 2007. She has served as mayor pro tem since 2009, being the city’s first female to serve in that position.

Irene is TML Region 3 Director and is a member of the governor-appointed South Plains Regional Review Committee. She helped established the City of Muleshoe Youth Advisory Council and serves as its sponsor.

Irene is an elementary school counselor. She and her husband Ray love to play golf, travel, visit their three children and three grandchildren, and help with a two-church youth group.

 

Judy Freeman Chambers, CMO
TML Board Representative and Councilmember, City of Mexia
Judy Freeman Chambers

Judy has been employed as a victim’s advocate for more than ten years with the Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children. She was previously employed as the victim assistance coordinator for the Falls County, Texas District and County Attorney. Before working as an advocate in the legal system, she was employed with the Gwinnett County, Georgia, ISD and Denton, Texas, ISD. During the 15 years she was in the educational system, she worked both as an aide and administrative assistant in the special education departments. 

Judy is a 1972 graduate of Mexia High School, and she attended Paul Quinn College, Anchorage Community College, and Gwinnett Technical Center. She is a trained mediator, meeting the requirements of the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable Standards.

She is a seven-term councilmember of the City of Mexia. She has served as president of two TML affiliates, the Texas Association of Black City Council Members and the Association of Mayors, Councilmembers and Commissioners. She has served on the TML Board and several TML legislative committees.

Judy was married for 26 years to a military man, which afforded her the opportunity to travel around the country. She is the mother of two and proud grandmother of three grandsons—H.C., Issak, and Austin—and hopefully a granddaughter due next year.