Tuesday, September 09, 2014

a revisitation of Sutton Turner's career at one time recounted in LinkedIn, part 3 CHCC aka Cimmaron Hills Country Club (?) February 2004 to January 2006 things are fuzzier here, readers welcome to contribute

Something that didn't get mentioned on Turner's LinkedIn profile was something that still looks to have his name on it.  The listing over at Wysk just listed CHCC-MGA
 

Business Name:
CHCC - MGA
Business Type: Domestic Nonprofit Corporation
Citizenship:Domestic
State of Incorporation:TX
Business Address: 200 CIMARRON HILLS TRL W C/O RICH TERRY
GEORGETOWN TX 786286878
SoS Filing Status: Forfeited existence
SoS ID:0800303370
State Tax ID:32014374063
Filing Date:02/11/2004
Inactive Date:01/06/2006
Perpetual:Yes

Filing Date
Document No.Filing TypeEffectiveInactiveEntry
12/31/2006199339540001Public Information Report (PIR)04/17/2008
04/17/2008
01/06/2006113680521008Tax Forfeiture01/06/2006
01/09/2006
02/11/2004053436650002Articles of Incorporation02/11/2004
02/11/2004
  
 
 
OFFICERS

Charles Dennis   Director  200 Cimarron Hills Trail West
 Georgetown TX 78628
 
Joel Broussard   Director  200 Cimarron Hills Trail West
 Georgetown TX 78628

Sutton Turner   Director  200 Cimarron Hills Trail West
 Georgetown TX 78628

  
By way of cross-reference to, uh, bizapedia:
http://www.bizapedia.com/tx/CHCC-MGA.html

The notable words are "Not in Good Standing"

What was this business at Cimarron Hills Trail West?  Well, a guess is that whatever CHCC - MGA was the address turns out to be the Cimarron Hills Country Culb
http://www.oobgolf.com/courses/course/22730/Cimarron_Hills_Country_Club.html
200 Cimarron Hills Trl W
Georgetown, TX 78628-6878
www.CimarronHills.com
512.763.8484
Here's their account of who they are and how they came to be:
http://www.cimarronhills.com/club/scripts/library/view_document.asp?GRP=14557&NS=PUBLIC&APP=80&DN=HISTORY

and a news piece on the initial development of the grounds.  Golf stuff.
http://www.golftexas.com/departments/coursereviews/cimarron-hills-opens.htm
 
Whether this is an associated organization readers may be able to elucidate.
Is this part of a larger history for the country club?
 
CIMARRON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB, L.P.
Business Type:Domestic Limited Partnership (LP)
Citizenship:Domestic
State of Incorporation:TX
Business Address: 102 WEST MORROW, STE. 103
Georgetown TX 78626
SoS Filing Status:Cancelled
SoS ID:0013873210
State Tax ID:00000000000
Filing Date:08/23/2000
Inactive Date:03/13/2006
Perpetual:Yes
 
CIMARRON HILLS COUNTRY CLUB, L.P.InactiveLegal08/23/200003/13/2006
 
Filing DateDocument No.Filing TypeEffectiveInactiveEntry
03/13/2006119855820001Involuntary Cancellation03/13/200603/13/2006
11/08/2005107677750001Notice of Forfeited Rights for non-filing of Periodic Report11/08/200511/08/2005
10/07/2005104620800001Report Notice10/07/200510/07/2005
08/23/2000000003503519Certificate Of Limited Partnership08/23/200008/23/2000
 
So as best as Wenatchee The Hatchet can understand things, the Cimmaron Hills Country Club ended up in involuntary cancellation by failing to file a period report by the filing deadline.  How and why is without explanation.

This part about being in the year 2005 may be noteworthy because ... in Sutton Turner's testimony that he recounted to Bill Clem back in 2011
 
Turner describes having a conversion experience around 2005
 
03.54
... and what was amazing was that, during that time period, He [God] changed and closed my business that was so successful and then opened a door for me to serve on staff at the church that I got saved at, a megachurch there in Texas as the executive pastor. And then for that season it was a great season, it was a thing that I'd always wanted to do. And then God changed again and closed the door yet opened another door to go to the Middle East. And I was asked to set up a company for the royal family in the middle east and over a very short period of time, actually two years, we set up a company now that has 1,600 employees earning about $150 million a year, one of the most biggest companies there in the middle east.
 
Rather remarkably Turner would go on from this 2005 conversion experience to being an executive leader. 

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