Tiffany Quiring Named New Executive Director of CRRC of Canyon Lake

The nonprofit is the Canyon Lake area's preeminent charity, serving over 12,000 people in 2022.

Tiffany Quiring at the Wurstfest.
New CRRC of Canyon Lake Executive Director Tiffany Quiring was named a 'Rising Star of New Braunfels' by the Jaycees in 2019 and graduated from the 2021 Leadership New Braunfels class.

CRRC of Canyon Lake Development Director Tiffany Quiring will replace Executive Director Sean Bailey, who retires at the end of December.

Board President Art Seago made the announcement on Thursday.

The nonprofit is the Canyon Lake area’s preeminent charity, serving over 12,000 people in 2022.

Although he wishes Bailey would have stayed longer, Seago said Quiring will lead the CRRC into the future.

“Tiffany has been with the CRRC for over a year and a half and has made an incredible impact on the CRRC and the community as the development director,” he said. “Tiffany has over seven years of experience in the nonprofit sector, working to expand housing, mental health services, crisis and prevention services in impacted communities.”

Quiring also has worked for River City Advocacy, Habitat for Humanity and the Crisis Center of Comal County.

In 2019 she was named ‘Rising Star of New Braunfels’ by the New Braunfels Jaycees and is a graduate of the 2021 Leadership New Braunfels Class

“Her passion for accessible resources and her love for working alongside community helpers guides her commitment to work,” Seago said.

He credited Bailey for developing a new strategic plan for the CRRC, laying the foundation for a new community center and opening a new playground.

“Sean did a tremendous job leading the CRRC through an important transformational phase, expanding services for all and ensuring the groundwork was laid for the CRRC to continue supporting the community for the next 20 years,” Seago said.

CRRC hired Bailey in May 2022. He replaced another short-lived executive director, Jason Derscheid, who was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated in February 2022.

Bailey served 24 years in the U.S. Air Force and retired as the 92nd Force Support Squadron commander at Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane, Washington. He also worked for USAA.

CRRC provides an emergency Food Pantry, financial assistance, durable medical-equipment lending, delivery and coordination of Meals on Wheels and a full recreation program that serves residents of all ages. It also operates a popular Thrift Store next to its Sattler office.

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  1. Congratulations!!! I hope you will be successful in your new position!!!!
    I was so pleased to know there was such a great organization when I moved here several years ago. I have donated many items. And I have always loved shopping at the Thrift Store!!! It’s a great store. I have noticed that the prices have increased. I am very surprised at some of the pricing…. Some of the very people it is designed for can’t afford this new pricing. Since you don’t expend any monies on your products (all donated) I think, thought should be looked at on pricing. Some items remain on the shelves far too long because of this.

    Good luck with your new position.

  2. The community will see many changes at the Thrift Store in the future. I was a member of the Thrift Store family for twelve years since my retirement, happily working in the Book Department. According to information given the staff by the manager, the following are some of CRRC’s strategies: eliminating staff, demolishing the front part of the building (leaving only the tall metal building and the barn), eliminating the antique, Christmas, and vintage books/vinyl departments. The raising of prices mentioned above is part of the plan.

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