Sierra Title

Community Matters

The Sierra Title Company’s corporate culture not only has been one of service to our clients but also one of service to our communities.  The Sierra Title Companies care about making our neighborhoods better places to live in, raise our families in, and conduct business in. The Directors, Stockholders and Managers of The Sierra Title Companies understand that as individuals, we affect thousands of lives through the charitable programs that we support as well as the charitable organizations that our employees are involved in.

Many of our employees help to make an impact in the local areas of where they live by giving of themselves through volunteering their time and talents to a number of charitable organizations.  Our employees contribute hundreds of hours by volunteering their time in countless ways to those organizations that they personally deem important to the welfare of the community.

In turn, we understand that all employees that give of themselves through volunteerism learn important life lessons such as enlisting help, the significance of organization and the importance of teamwork in order to create charitable events that will be highly successful. This valuable knowledge that comes from volunteering spills over into their professional lives making them more knowledgeable of how to maximize their efforts in their daily corporate lives. Through volunteerism, our employees become more aware of how important it is to work as a team, organize their everyday work and give unselfishly of themselves to the company that they work for in order to be successful in all aspects of their  corporate lives.

Through this portion of our website, the Directors, Stockholders and Managers of The Sierra Title Companies hope to showcase some of our employees and the important volunteer work that they are doing in order to make for a better community. After all, The Sierra Title Companies recognizes that “Community Matters.”

Angie Bautista

Angie Bautista, is a native El Pasoan and is a graduate of Jefferson High School. She started in the title business 41 years ago, at Southwest Title Company as a runner and she gradually worked up the ladder to Escrow Officer at the Shadow Mountain Branch. She is fluent in English and Spanish and is dedicated to customer service. Additionally, she is also a member of the Women's Council of Realtors-El Paso Del Norte and Catholic Daughters of the Americas-Saint Raphael Church.


Becky Roussett

Becky Roussett has been an employee of Sierra Title Company of Cameron, Willacy, & Kenedy Counties, Inc. for over 21 years. She has examined title to both lot/block and acreage  during her years of employment. Along with her dedication to the title industry she has also given over 22 years of her spare time to the Gladys Porter Zoo as a Docent. She served on the Board as President, Vice-President and Treasurer during those years. She spends most of her weekends helping in the Nursery caring for the Gorillas. She has down everything from cleaning cages to washing windows, but her main focus has been putting together diets for animals in the Small World Section of the Zoo. As a docent of the zoo she has also helped out with Zoofari which is the main fundraiser for the Zoo.

Marielsa Pulido

If you want something done, give the task to a busy person.  This well-known saying certainly fits our featured employee. Marielsa Pulido, VP of Operations for Sierra Title of Hidalgo County Inc. gets more done in one day than most people do all week. A Valley native, Marielsa graduated from McAllen High School. She has worked for Sierra Title of Hidalgo County, Inc. for 22 years. Marielsa enjoys her family life with her husband, Carlos, and their 2 beautiful daughters. Additionally, she manages 50 + employees along with dealing with everyday issues that occur throughout all of the Hidalgo County branch offices.  Marielsa is currently President of the Organization of Women Executives (OWE).  This organization allows executive women to meet in order to network and discuss issues that are current in today’s workplace.  Marielsa is also involved as a Board of Directors member with Mujeras Unidas, a non-profit organization that provides a safe place for women and their children to go when they find themselves in an abusive situation.  Counseling is provided to these women so that they can return to society with the knowledge that they have positive choices that can change not only their life but the lives of their children. Marielsa is also involved in the Woman’s Council of Realtors (WCR), Greater McAllen Association of Realtors, and the Rio Grande Valley Builder’s Association. Marielsa is a Director of the Rio Grande Valley Builders Association and Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for Mujeres Unidas.


Jon Hathway

Jon Hathway is the manager of Sierra Title of New Mexico, located in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  Jon is originally from Toronto, Canada.  After working as a real estate agent in Vancouver, British Columbia, Jon moved to Texas in 2000.  He joined Sierra Title Company-El Paso in 2002.  He has worked through the ranks as an assistant, escrow officer, branch manager, and now manager.  Jon is also the incoming president of the New Mexico Land Title Association.

Jon and his wife Lori are the proud parents of seven year old Molly, who has Down Syndrome.  In July of this year Jon and Lori Hathway took over the executive directorship of the Southern New Mexico Down Syndrome Families (SNMDSF), a registered non- profit organization that has been operating for 8 years. The goal in years to come is to grow the organization’s membership and develop a social media presence as well as create a more structured administration and leadership.

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