Trinity Mineral Management Staff

E.O. (Trey) Scott III

With a career spanning over 3 decades, Mr. Scott has worked in oil and gas since 1976, including summers on a drilling rig both onshore and in the Gulf of Mexico, between college semesters at Texas Tech University.

Mr. Scott is a Certified Professional Landman. In 1979, he went to work for an oil and gas lease broker in Corpus Christi, Texas as a field Landman. His duties consisted of mineral title research, oil and gas lease negotiations and title curative. In 1981, Mr. Scott opened his own office as an independent Landman, overseeing several lease brokers and successfully acquiring hundreds of oil and gas leases. His experience in the oil and gas industry includes an in-house position with a San Antonio based Exploration & Production Company where his duties included many aspects of oil and gas exploration, development and gas marketing.

After his time on the industry side of oil and gas, in 1995, Mr. Scott began an association with a local Oil & Gas Mineral Company where he successfully acquired mineral and royalty interest in several hundred producing oil and gas wells across the United States.

Subsequently, Mr. Scott started adding to his client list several South Texas ranches, where his responsibilities include overseeing and managing all aspects of mineral and royalty ownership such as negotiations, lease compliance, royalty audits, surface operations from drilling locations, pipelines, surface facilities, remediation and environmental issues.

In September of 2005, at the request of some key clients, Mr. Scott expanded his services by founding Trinity Mineral Management, LTD. (Trinity), where he is the Managing Partner. Trinity currently serves over 100 clients whose ownership spans over 1,000,000 acres of land. Mr. Scott continues to be involved in all aspects of managing oil and gas royalty portfolios, including the development of databases and software for oil and gas management. Moreover, he has extensive experience utilizing Global Mapping System (GIS) and assists in litigation support including expert consulting and witness testimony.

Mr. Scott is a member of the Texas Land and Mineral Owner Association where he is currently serving on the Board of Directors, the San Antonio Association of Professional Landmen where he served as President and as Education Chairman, the American Association of Professional Landmen, and the South Texans’ Property Rights Association. He also served on Texas Railroad Commissioner David Porter’s Eagle Ford Task Force and has presented or presided at well over 60 educational presentations.

Brett Stinson

Mr. Stinson has worked in many diverse fields over his career providing solutions to businesses to help advance the level of technology and ability to perform the business objectives with software and architecture consulting. Some of the industries he has worked in include: Manufacturing, Energy, Oil and Gas, Telecommunications, Banking, Retail, Non-Profit and Technical Support.

Mr. Stinson began his career in 1990 as a school teacher and football coach in Central Texas, but quickly realized the computer industry, and specifically development of computer software, was his true passion.

Mr. Stinson began writing software in 1992 and he continually strives to provide the best possible solution to the current business need as well as a level of support and understanding that is unmatched by common development teams and industry standards.

In 2000, while working as a consultant in the greater Dallas area, Mr. Stinson started his own software company and began to consult for small businesses. His relationship with Mr. Scott started around that time, when he was recruited to make changes to a program called LandTracker, and has since continued as they have collaborated on many software projects over the years.

In early 2013, Trinity’s growth and need for software solutions allowed Mr. Stinson the opportunity to become a full time employee of Trinity, where he is now the in-house developer.

In September 2013, Mr. Stinson moved into the role of Chief Operating Officer for the company in order to help manage and promote the growth of the company and has since also taken on Senior Mineral Manager duties for a limited number of clients.

Amber Reed

Mrs. Reed started her career in the oil and gas industry as a Geologist for an operator in Dallas, TX. She earned her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Geology from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX.

She worked successfully in the fast-paced, 24-hour, geosteering realm for several years before she started to look for opportunities to put her experience and skills to work in a new career. Mrs. Reed and her husband relocated to San Antonio in 2019 where she started with Trinity Mineral Management.

Mrs. Reed has served on various boards including The Women’s Energy Network and The Junior League and has volunteered her time with charitable and social organizations including the American Cancer Society, Joan Katz Cancer Resource Center, The Barnaby Club, and Junior Women’s Club. She and her husband welcomed their daughter, Lily, into the world in 2019 and enjoy spending family time together.

Kaitlin Bentley

Kaitlin Bentley joined the Trinity Mineral Management Team in August of 2019 as an Assistant Mineral Manager. She works closely with the Senior Mineral Managers to assist in multiple aspects of managing client projects and services. Her key roles include Developing Activity Reports, Client Royalty Evaluations, and building Client Contracts.

Graduating from Texas Lutheran University, Kaitlin earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a specialization in marketing and a minor in public relations. She joined Trinity Mineral Management with over 6 years experience in business operations, sales, and management. She has worked with large corporations previously doing fitness and retail management in both San Antonio and Fort Worth, Texas.

Kaitlin is a member of the American Association of Notaries to serve as a Notary Public in Texas. Additionally, she is a member of the Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as physical fitness activities.

Marguerite Rael

Ms. Rael began with Trinity Mineral Management in 2010 as Executive Assistant to Trinity’s President, Trey Scott. Today, she is a seasoned Executive Assistant with extensive experience with all administrative tasks, including scheduling and correspondences. She excels in language and proofing skills. With this expertise, she assists in proofing Client reports and manages all Engagement Contracts with new Clients.

In addition to her duties as Executive Assistant, Ms. Rael has an extensive bookkeeping background, beginning that field in 1980. With this experience, she manages Trinity’s Client billing processes and assists Clients, as needed, in this area. She also handles other bookkeeping functions such as Banking, Company Credit Card, Expense Reports, Reconciliations and the like. She is a Liaison to the Accountant, facilitating where needed.

Ms. Rael is also the company Event Coordinator handling company luncheons and events as well as our Profitable Mineral Management Breakfast Series seminars which she has successfully managed since 2012.

Ms. Rael enjoys her family and 2 young grandsons. Her main passions are faith in Jesus Christ and spending time with family.

Tabitha Fletcher

Tabitha Fletcher began her collegiate studies at Texas Lutheran University where she was a member of the track team. During her time at TLU is where her love of the San Antonio area began. Tabitha received her bachelor’s degree in Geology with a minor in Energy Studies from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Odessa. Having obtained her undergraduate degree, Tabitha focused on moving back to the San Antonio area and pursuing her graduate degree at the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2018. She moved to San Antonio in 2018 and began taking graduate courses at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Her graduate thesis is focused on Shallow Subsurface Geophysics.

Prior to being hired at Trinity, Tabitha worked at a local land acquisition company where she obtained experience as a liaison between clients, Texas Department of Transportation and local courts in order to successfully assist with the progression of projects. She joined Trinity in August of 2019 as the GIS Specialist, which continues to allow her the opportunity to thrive and gain valuable experience in her area of interest.

Tabitha enjoys reading, hiking, fishing and restoring her Mustang.

Charlotte Suzette Clark “Sue”

Born and bred in the Texas oil patch, Sue began her oil and gas career in the mail room of Amoco Production Company in Odessa, Texas, at the age of eighteen years old. Working her way up the ranks over a period of fifty+ years, Sue has held positions in all aspects of the industry, including accounting, engineering, exploration, production, drilling and land, having worked for major corporations, small operating companies, one-man independents, crude oil purchasers and law firms. In addition to Amoco, these companies include Enron Oil & Gas (now EOG), M. Brad Bennett, Inc., Parker & Parsley Petroleum (now Pioneer Resources), Genesis Crude Oil, the law firm of Cox & Smith, Inc., EEX Corporation, Newfield Exploration, and Lewis Petro Properties. Through all the busts and booms, mergers and buy-outs, Sue’s career has taken her from Odessa/Midland to Dallas, to Houston, to San Antonio, back to Houston and lastly back to San Antonio. Sue determined her favorite aspect of the industry lie in the Land Department and she has spent the past thirty-five years concentrating on title analysis and Division Orders.

With her retirement from Lewis Petro Properties in 2015, having held the position of Land Administration Manager, Sue thought her career had finally come to a close. Retirement was not to be, as Sue joined Trinity Mineral Management in 2016 as their part-time Division Order Analyst. Sue’s position at Trinity gives her an opportunity to use her extensive oil and gas knowledge in general, particularly allowing her the enjoyment of using her expertise in title research and analysis and her love of numbers and math.

Sue also derives great pleasure from mentoring young, new inductees into the industry, having herself been mentored from an early age by numerous seasoned, senior oil and gas veterans, to which she owes her very memorable oil and gas years. Pay it forward.

When not working in Trinity’s office, her “retirement time” is spent with her retired, geologist husband, spoiling her dogs, researching her family’s history, flower gardening, enjoying the fish, frogs and birds in her backyard pond, reading, and watching 1920’s – 1940’s black and white movies.