Welcome to the fourth year of the Cordillera Ranch Living magazine. Having grown each year in size and distribution, the Living magazine continues to highlight Cordillera Ranch’s most unique feature, its residents. 2011 brought us a diverse mix of people and their unique stories that all have one thing in common: Cordillera Ranch. Thank you to all of the cover features who have taken the time to share a little about their stories with the rest of us.

This issue’s cover feature, Phil Lane, has recently relocated to Cordillera Ranch with wife, Beth, and son, Christopher. They have found many similarities between the outdoor beauty of Cordillera Ranch and their previous home in South Carolina, easing the cross-country relocation. Even though they are new to the community, they are quickly getting involved in all of the activities on the ranch. The Lanes have found the perfect balance between Hill Country recreation and the convenience of the city, something that is not always easy to do. Enjoy taking a peak into his television broadcast career and see how it has lead him all over the U.S., finally bringing him to our neighborhood for what we all hope is his final stop.

Have a Happy New Year!


Charlie Hill
Vice President
Cordillera Ranch

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