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 The Ozona Chamber of Commerce

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The Ozona Chamber of Commerce would like to wish the following members a Happy Anniversary and thank them for their support of their community, our organization and it's programs and services. 

Our sincere appreciation goes to:


Unifirst – 1997 

Soto Inc. – 1998

DCP Midstream Partners, LP  2002

Jody K. Upham, Attorney at Law – 2006

Carmen Sutton – 2010

Valliant Ranch – 2010 

Approach Resources Inc. – 2011

Ambit Energy – 2012

Francine Friend – 2012

Cross-C Ranch – 2014




The Ozona Chamber of Commerce

would like to recognize

Pon Seahorn Real Estate as our

Business of the Month


Pon Seahorn & his wife, Jill 
Pon Seahorn & his wife, Jill


The Chamber of Commerce would like to recognize Pon Seahorn Real Estate as our Business of the Month.

Pon is the fourth generation of a pioneer ranching family that came to Crockett County in the early 1880’s.

Upon graduation from OHS, Pon went to San Marcos and met his wife to be, Jill, where they both graduated from Southwest Texas State University, Pon in Ag Business and Jill in Education.

The Seahorns are the parents of two children, Will and his wife Mindy of Mertzon and Terel Seahorn of Ozona, and are the grandparents of four.

Pon was in the banking and lending business in Sonora, Uvalde, and Paris, Texas before returning to Ozona in 1976. Along with taking over the operation of the family ranch in southeastern Crockett County, he worked for 14 years at Ozona National Bank and 5 years at Crockett National Bank. In 1998, the Seahorns formed Pon Seahorn Real Estate, with Wendland and Associates, LLC as Broker.

Pon does business in Crockett and surrounding counties and lists residential, commercial, ranching and recreational properties.

Pon Seahorn Real Estate has been a member of the Ozona Chamber of Commerce for 15 years, and is proud to support the community, local schools, 4-H and the Deerfest Association.

“In the late 90’s you started to see a shift in real estate. Larger ranches sold and were split up into sub-divisions, all for recreation. Currently, there are 7 ranch sub-divisions in Crockett County,” said Pon. “In the same time period, we saw a jump in the building of homes, which averaged $60-65 a square foot. In the last 15 years the cost of a square foot has jumped $10-$15.”

The Chamber of Commerce would like to recognize Pon Seahorn Real Estate for providing a quality business that is an asset to the community. You can reach Pon Seahorn Real Estate by calling (325)392-3278 or (325)277-2947 or by e-mail at jpwt@verizon.net.