TMP-Marian Seeking Communications Manager and Advancement Director

In September of 2011, Jeff Brull ’94 began as Advancement Director at TMP-Marian, focusing the efforts of our many alumni and friends on necessary projects. After six years as Advancement Director at Thomas More Prep-Marian, Brull has been offered and accepted an opportunity at the Hays Medical Center Foundation.

TMP-Marian is seeking to fill two full-time positions in the Advancement Department: that of Advancement Director and that of Communications and Marketing Manager. Descriptions of the available positions can be found on our employment opportunities page.


From Advancement Director Jeff Brull ’94:

Dear Alumni and Friends of TMP-Marian,

I have been offered a professional opportunity that I and my family have decided to pursue. This will, unfortunately, take me from the ranks of the staff here at TMP-Marian. It seems like just yesterday that this family took me in, but it has been six years of tremendous growing experiences. I value every moment I have spent as part of this family. It has been one of the most challenging decisions I have had to make to this point. Please know that much prayer and soul-searching went into it, and I intend to make the transition as seamless as possible.

I have been offered a position at the Hays Medical Center Foundation, which I have decided to accept. I will be active in helping to find the right people to continue the growth and goodwill of our school. I will remain in my position until September 9, which will be my last official day on the job. I will, of course, do whatever is necessary to make the transition as seamless as possible. I have loved being a part of this family and will continue to be an involved parent, donor, committee member, and alumnus. I wish nothing but success for our school and have the greatest love and appreciation to all of you who make it ‘go’ each day. I will forever continue to be a champion of TMP-Marian and all it represents.

Thank you, and may God bless each of us in the new school year.

Jeff Brull ’94