Meet the Staff
The goal of every member of our staff is that you arrive as a guest and leave as family, experiencing Texas hospitality in an extraordinary setting.
Patrick joined Greystone in 2019. A native of Hurst, Texas, he graduated from The Citadel in 1989 and spent 30 years in the Marine Corps as a logistics officer, building camps and supporting operations all over the world. He has extensive experience in operations, maintenance and personnel management. An avid outdoorsman, he’s sought any outdoor activity where stationed - shooting, hunting, hiking, surfing and scuba diving. He enjoys wingshooting, big game hunting and antique shotguns.
Originally from Fort Worth, Sean joined Greystone in 2010 after 8 years as a U.S. Army Ranger. Starting as a guide, then big game manager, his passion for sharing Greystone with others and knowledge of the ranch made him the right fit to take over as Sales manager in 2016, then promotion to Assistant General Manager in 2021. He is still passionate about guiding and is a very popular guide on any hunt at Greystone.
Jennifer has been with Greystone since 2013. Her background running a professional equestrian sales business made her a perfect fit as the Marketing Manager for the corporate and private guests that visit Greystone every year. Her willingness to think outside the box helps guests experience all Greystone has to offer as they plan their outings.
Sarah joined Greystone in 2018 and serves as the Facility Manager, Business Manager and HR Manager. Sarah oversees the upkeep of the facility and grounds, as well as duties of housekeeping, Pro-Shop and administration for all HR duties. She has over 15 years of administrative and customer service experience. She also founded, owned, and operated her own bakery for 7 years. Sarah is originally from Houston and was raised in Stephenville, Texas. She and her family now reside in Brock, Texas. Sarah wears several hats at Greystone Castle, but her primary goal is to ensure the highest level of customer service and hospitality possible to each guest!
If you don‘t recognize Vickie, then you haven’t been to Greystone! The heart and soul of Greystone lies in her very capable hands. Raised in Duncanville, Texas, Vickie joined Greystone in 2013, and after training under Chef Trey for years, Vickie moved into the Executive Chef position in 2018. She brings all of the traditional gourmet meals you expect as well as a fresh new flair. Expect new sides and creative desserts to accompany your perfectly prepared meals.
A native of South Carolina, William has been a professional Sporting Clays shooter since 2012. After winning the 2015 NSCA National Championship, William joined the Greystone team in 2016. He designed and built our two championship level Sporting Clays Courses onsite and sets our targets for NSCA tournaments. He is available for lessons in a custom designed training course.
Jimmy joined Greystone in early 2022. He grew up in Leander, TX before attending Tarleton State University where he earned a degree in Wildlife Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences. His wide range of experience in fields such as ranch management, whitetail and exotic species breeding and pen management, big game guiding, commercial farming, and construction make him a great fit for the operations manager position. Jimmy is known for his strong work ethic and ability to overcome any challenge in front of him. He enjoys hunting, fishing and cooking in his free time.
Cade started at Greystone as a seasonal wingshooting guide in 2013 and then came on full time as the Kennel Manager and guide in 2017. His background in dog training was solidified with a Gold Level Certification earned through an apprenticeship program at world renowned Ronnie Smith Kennels in NE Oklahoma. His passion for dogs and understanding the unique personality of each breed and individual dog make Cade Greystone’s very own “dog whisperer”. When Cade is not guiding at Greystone, he enjoys hunting numerous species of upland and waterfowl throughout the country and Canada.
Drew is a wingshooting, big game, and fishing guide. He has been an avid hunter, fisherman and marksman for many years, and has passion for sharing his knowledge and love of outdoors with others. He graduated from Texas Tech University earning a Natural Resource Management Degree with emphasis in Conservation Sciences. During that time, he was a member of the Texas Tech Bass Club and is a certified angler instructor with TPWD. He has been a dog handler and upland bird hunter for over 15 years, with multiple years of professional guiding experience.
Hunter joined Greystone in 2018. He‘s lived in this area for over 20 years and is well versed with the terrain. Hunter started as a ranch hand, then quickly worked his way up to a full-time guide. Being an avid outdoorsman all his life, he’s grown up with the passion for creating opportunities to pass along his skills and passion to others. This helps to create a lifetime of memories and stories for those who have had the opportunity to hunt with him. Hunter is well known for his energetic enthusiasm on every hunt! He‘s Greystones head fishing guide and is quickly becoming well known for his upland and big game hunts. If you’ve had the opportunity to hunt with him, you know he prides himself on making each and every hunt a memorable experience.
Austin joined Greystone in 2016 and is a graduate of Tarleton State University with a degree in Wildlife Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences. His work ethic, knowledge of the ranch and friendliness with guests resulted in his promotion to a full time guide. There’s not an activity or job on the ranch that Austin hasn’t done (e.g. guiding, fishing, sporting clays, castle and ranch maintenance). Anyone who meets him is impressed with his humility, friendliness and desire to help wherever needed.
Cole joined Greystone in 2021. Having grown up 5 miles from here, he’s dreamed of working at Greystone since he was an adolescent. An avid outdoorsman with 20 years of outdoor experience, he prides himself on his knowledge of the behavioral patterns and health of different big game species and putting in the effort to find that trophy animal. He loves to teach new/young hunters the basics and etiquettes of hunting and outdoorsmanship as well as sharing stories back and forth with veteran hunters. Whether he’s guiding fishing trip, wingshooting or big game hunts, Cole always has a smile on his face because he’s doing what he loves and creating great memories for the guests at Greystone.