J. Bill Enlow

J. Bill Enlow retired after a successful career as Director of Parks and Recreation in the City of Irving, Texas. Other positions he has held include: Parks and Recreation Area Supervisor for the City of Dallas (1966-1969); Director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Lake Jackson (1965); and Recreation Leader and District Supervisor for the City of Dallas (1957-1965). He received his B.S. degree in Physical Education and Recreation from East Texas State University. His professional affiliations included: President, American Park and Recreation Society (1979-1980); President-Elect, American Park and Recreation Society (1978-1979); Elected to Board of Trustees, National Recreation and Park Association (1977); Elected Chairman, Southwest Regional Council, National Recreation and Park Association (1975-1976); Elected to Board of Directors, American Park and Recreation Society (1975-1977); Appointed to the Application and Review Committee of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (1974-1976); Elected to Board of Directors, Southwest Park and Recreation Training Institute (1974-1975); Elected President, Texas Recreation and Park Society (1972-1973); Appointed to Advisory Council of the Department of Recreation, North Texas State University (1972-1978); Elected to Board of Directors, Texas Recreation and Park Society (1970-1972); and Elected to Board of Directors, Texas Amateur Athletic Association (1970-1972). He is the recipient of Fellow Award by the members of the Texas Recreation and Park Association (1977) and Fellow Award by the National Recreation and Park Association, Southwest District Council (1977).