Rosewood Resources, Inc. is a subsidiary of The Rosewood Corporation, which is wholly-owned by the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate. The Caroline Hunt Trust Estate was established in 1935 for Caroline Rose Hunt by her father, legendary oil man Haroldson Lafayette “H. L.” Hunt and his wife, Lyda.
Rosewood Resources, Inc. was established in 1983 through the merger and transfer of several oil and gas interests owned by Mrs. Hunt and the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate. Together with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies, Rosewood Resources, Inc. continues to manage these assets under one management team. Based in Dallas, Texas, over the past 30 years the company has focused on maintaining a balanced portfolio of oil and gas investments.
CAROLINE ROSE HUNT
Mrs. Hunt has been the guiding spirit behind The Rosewood Corporation since its formation in 1976 as a multi-generational, family-owned and operated company with diverse worldwide interests in energy, property and private equity investments.
Based on Mrs. Hunt’s leadership, The Rosewood Corporation has a proud history and tradition of excellence. During a Rosewood Corporation President's Meeting in 1985, Mrs. Hunt was asked what she felt should exemplify all Rosewood companies. She answered without hesitation, “High morals and good ethics. I'd like to know that each company is based on the highest of personal and business ethics.”
Preserving and enhancing the environment has also been a priority for Mrs. Hunt and The Rosewood Corporation. A unique private/public partnership between Wetlands Management, L.P. and the North Texas Municipal Water District resulted in the formation of the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center, a nonprofit, charitable organization. The Wetland Center was created with the mission of providing clean water through new innovative methodologies to municipalities in North Texas, educating the public, providing research opportunities, wildlife management, and wetland systems. www.wetlandcenter.com
The Caroline Hunt Trust Estate owns 5 ranches in Texas where the responsible breeding of cattle and a holistic approach to ranching is practiced. Rosewood Ranches and the late Bunker Sands, Mrs. Hunt’s son, have won numerous environmental awards including the 1996 National Wetlands Award, the Lone Star Land Steward Award given by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and awards from the Nature Conservancy of Texas, The Dallas Morning News and the Greater Dallas Chamber in recognition of outstanding commitment to protecting our natural heritage.
Mrs. Hunt has worn many hats in her lifetime including business woman, real estate entrepreneur, philanthropist, author, traveler, mother of five, grandmother of nineteen, and great-grandmother of seventeen. Of all her worldwide accomplishments and honors, she is most proud of her children and her family.