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Lake Fork Area Chamber of Commerce > About > Our Team



Micheal Rogge


Micheal has lived at Lake Fork since 1993.

He has been a past member of the WCIC, the Quitman/Lake Fork Kawanis Club, and of the Lake Fork Sportsman's Association which he served as president for 4 years.

He has been serving a President of the Lake Fork Area Chamber of Commerce for the last 4 years of his 6 years as a member.

Micheal is looking forward to exciting growth and prosperity to the Lake Fork Area.


Pam Lee

Vice President

Pam made a move to the Lake Fork area in 2015 leaving the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex of 26 years behind. She is thankful to be back to small town living like she was as a child.

Her background in education led her seeking something a little out of the box when coming to Lake Fork, and now she manages Scenic 515 Cabins. Her love for people and the Lake Fork area fueled her to become involved with the Chamber of Commerce. She loves to network and connect people.


Nancy Roy


Nancy Roy brings years of experience from the non-profit world to Lake Fork, where she made home in 2014. She currently sits on the board of several charitable organizations.

Prior to "retiring" to Lake Fork, Nancy worked in Washington, DC for the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America, whose mission was to reduce and prevent drug abuse in children and youth around the world.

Nancy and her husband, Chuck, own and publish a local news magazine, The Community Chronicle.


Jennell Sympson


Jennell is a relative newcomer to the Lake Fork area. She moved to Lake Fork permanently in January of 2018 after commuting back and forth since November 2014.

She is currently a member of the Alba Ladies Club and has been a member of the the Lake Fork Area Chamber of Commerce, filling the role of Secretary, since May 2018.

Jennell has been looking for an opportunity to get involved and give to the community and has found being a part of the chamber helps to fill that role.


Susan Resnik

Member at Large

Susan moved to Quitman from Plano in 2006. She retired from education after 30 years in the classroom and administration. She taught Math in 6th grade through College. She is a Quitman City Council Alderman since 2016. She is a Board member and officer with the Quitman Pilot Club and Wood County Child Welfare and Protection Board and is a member of the Mineola and Quitman Chambers of Commerce.

Susan is looking forward to the growth and wonderful events that Lake Fork Chamber is a part of and the chance to learn about the Lake Fork community.