In 1995, Cuero voters approved a dedicated sales tax to fund the Cuero Development Corporation (CDC), a Type B municipal corporation, which allows us to receive sales tax remittance. The CDC works to provide economic services to those interested in starting up, relocating, or expanding a business to Cuero, Texas. We are dedicated to the promotion, enhancement, and development of economic growth in the community.
Tyler is a 2004 Cuero High School graduate and a 2007 University of Texas-Austin graduate. He is a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Downtown Cuero. He is married to Melissa, a school teacher, and has two children, Addison and Austin.
Lynn moved to Cuero in 2016 to take on the role of CEO of Cuero Regional Hospital. Lynn has over 30 years of experience in healthcare administration. Lynn also serves on the TORCH Board and the AHA Rural Health Services Committee. Lynn and her husband Jeff have two daughters, Kelsey and Kyra.
Sara is a retiree of Cuero Independent School District, a former Executive Director of the Cuero Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, and a community volunteer. She was first elected Mayor of Cuero in 2010.
David and his wife, Lori Reuss Scott, moved to Cuero in September of 2012, as Lori has deep family roots that date back to the founding of Cuero. David is a Financial Advisor and a Certified Public Accountant with over 38 years of business experience. Motorcycle riding and golf are two of David’s passions that he enjoys when he is not working.
Ben Zimmerman, a Co-Founder and Managing Attorney of Holland & Zimmerman, PLLC, was raised in Cuero and graduated from Cuero High School in 2004. Ben holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas A&M University and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from St. Mary’s University School of Law. Ben is proudly married to Samantha and together they have three daughters, Isla Mae, Cora, and Halle.
Constance Donels grew up in Cuero, graduating from Cuero High School, and later from the University of Texas at Austin. After retiring from Pioneer Natural Resources in 2019, she decided to move back home to Cuero. Now, Constance is the Human Resource Manager for Studio Built by Amherst. She is also on the Board of the Golden Crescent Workforce Solutions, representing DeWitt County. She has 2 adult children (Adam & Jane), one grandchild and another grandbaby on the way.
Brian was born and raised in Cuero, graduated from Cuero High School in 1993 and Texas A&M University in 1998 with a degree in Biomedical Science. He is our local State Farm insurance agent. He is married to Linda, a physical therapist, and has two children, Elena and Elias.
The mission of the Cuero Development Corporation is to promote, develop and enhance economic and community development.
The Cuero Development Corporation strives to facilitate economic growth opportunities and retention of local businesses while preserving Cuero’s historic roots and community identity.
214 E. Main St.
Cuero, Texas 77954
Monday – Thursday : 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday : 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM