The First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) Board of Directors announced the selection of Jack Molho as Executive Director of the association, which is part of the premier master-planned community of First Colony that was established in 1977.
The board’s unanimous vote came after Molho was named interim executive director with FCCSA and served in that role for three months before he was hired for the permanent position, effective Oct. 1.
A resident of Sugar Land since 1984, Molho has extensive background and experience in homeowner’s association (HOA) operations and management. He has served as president of two large master-planned communities, including First Colony Community Services Association and most recently, the Greatwood Community Association. Elected as president of the Greatwood Community Association for three terms, he played an integral part in facilitating the community’s annexation into Sugar Land last December.
He has also served as president and vice president of the Greatwood Master MUD 106 (Municipal Utility District) and vice president of the West Fort Bend County Water Authority. Molho was CEO and founder of SecureCheck LLC, a security integrator and distributor of surveillance systems and security products. The company partnered with master-planned communities and HOAs throughout Texas and the Southeast. He focused the company’s efforts on deterring crime and protecting homes and businesses. He sold the operations of his company in June of this year.
As executive director of FCCSA, Molho will have responsibility for overseeing all of its operations, which involves maintaining and promoting the neighborhoods and businesses in the association, including areas of the cities of Sugar Land and Missouri City. His work will also entail the implementation of policy and procedures as directed by of the association’s elected board of directors.
“In relation to the needs of the residential and business communities in First Colony, Jack Molho has the kind of savvy and dedication that will serve us well,” said Mary Favre, vice president of the board. “And we are thankful to have such a credentialed and trusted leader, right here in our local community.”
In addition to Molho’ s direct, hands-on HOA operational know-how and understanding, he is a licensed Real Estate broker with 30 years of experience in commercial and residential management, and budgeting in both the public and private sectors. He is also a Master Peace Officer with over three decades of law enforcement experience.
“After experiencing my term as interim executive director, I feel privileged to be working with such a seasoned staff who is dedicated to providing the highest quality services to First Colony residents and business owners. I am blessed to have come on board as executive director and look forward to continuing the achievements of the First Colony Community Services Association,” said Molho.
“We know the time is prime to recharge,” added First Colony Board of Director Phyllis Murray. “We could not be more pleased about Jack Molho’s selection at this important time. Our community has matured and it’s even more beautiful at 40 (years).”