Kronda (Kronda) Thimesch (R-SH065)
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Austin, TX 78701

District Office:
1100 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
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Kronda Thimesch (pronounced "KRAWN-duh TIMM-esh") graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in landscape architecture, which is where she met her husband, Jeff. Together, they founded Green Meadows Landscaping in 1989, a Lewisville-based business which serves commercial and residential landscape clients all over the Metroplex. Kronda also started a second business with her husband and two sons in 2018 called Gardens To Go. Gardens To Go is an online landscape plant and materials delivery service for North Texas and is the only business model of its type in the state of Texas.

A 29-year Lewisville ISD resident, Kronda and her family have lived in three different feeder patterns within the district. She and Jeff raised four children in Lewisville ISD. Justin, Kaytin and Jacob all graduated from Hebron High School and went on to Oklahoma State University. Karissa is a senior at Hebron High School.

In 2019, the Thimesches celebrated the marriage of their daughter Kaytin to Kolby Slater of Dacoma, OK, and of their son Justin to Amy McDonald of Woodward, OK. Kronda was first elected to the LISD Board in 2015. She was elected Vice President by her board colleagues in June 2017 and June 2018. Past committee service includes the LISD Legislative, Finance and Facilities Committees, and currently, she serves on the Financial and Audit Committee.

Prior to her election in 2015, Kronda served as Special Events chair for the Hebron Football Booster Club, where she led parents from the five cities that form the Hebron community to establish a Spring Game & Family Festival event. The event quickly developed into a popular tradition linking area families, businesses and school programs together. Kronda and Jeff served as co-presidents for the Hebron Football Booster Club program in 2014-2015. Additionally, the Thimesches were active booster club members for the soccer, volleyball and basketball programs at Hebron High School. Kronda is an active member of Lewisville, Flower Mound and Metrocrest Chambers of Commerce (COC). She serves on the Metrocrest Chamber Women's Division Committee plus the Planning Committee for the Lewisville Chamber's 55th Annual Awards Gala. She is an Ex Officio Member of the Metrocrest COC Board as well.

Kronda is a member of the Highland Village Business Association, and of the Lewisville Chamber "Leadership Lewisville Class 34". She serves on the Planning Committee for Lewisville's Women Leading Business Conference & Expo and is a Hebron Business Alliance Member, where she served as the Education Chair from 2008-2011.

Since 2010, Kronda has been on the board of the Castle Hills Education Foundation. She chaired the Castle Hills Grant Foundation from 2014-2017 and is serving in the role again for the 2019-2020 term.

Kronda is a member of the Flower Mound Noon Rotary, serving as Program Chair and Social Media Coordinator, a mentor volunteer for Communities in Schools, and an Ambassador for Children's Advocacy Center of Denton County. Kronda supports Meals on Wheels Denton County and is the social media coordinator for Senior Paws for Pets. She and her family have also volunteered with Operation Kindness. The Thimesch family have been active members at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in Carrollton for 23 years, during which Kronda and the children have helped with the Sunday School and Life Group programs. Kronda also assists each summer with the Fine Arts Day Camp, which draws children from all over the Dallas Metroplex to Bent Tree. She is also a Moms-In-Touch member 2001-2012, and served as a Moms-In-Touch Area Leader 2006-2008. Kronda led a volunteer group working with Afghan Refugees in Pakistan as part of an ESL project (2003). She was a Moms-In-Touch (2001-2010) Member and Area Director (2008-2010).