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ABOUT ME

I am a lifelong resident of Wichita Falls, graduating from Rider High School and Midwestern State University.  Last June, my wife Mary Helen and I celebrated our forty-fifth wedding anniversary.  Both our daughter, Stacy, and our son, Scotty are public school teachers.

 

I graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Accounting.  After working for several years, I became a Certified Public Accountant in 1981 and opened my CPA office that same year.  I have been a CPA for over forty years in addition to owning and operating other ventures.

I volunteer with Interfaith Outreach Services, serving on their Board of Directors and also serving as Treasurer.  Interfaith Outreach Services provides assistance to households in Wichita and Archer Counties.

 

I am running for State Representative District 69 because I believe voters deserve a choice when they cast their ballots.  The voters of District 69 haven't had a choice in a decade as the current representative for District 69 has never had an opponent in either the primary or the general election.  The voters will have a choice in 2022.

I am a lifelong resident of Wichita Falls, graduating from Rider High School and Midwestern State University.  Last June, my wife Mary Helen and I celebrated our forty-fifth wedding anniversary.  Both our daughter, Stacy, and our son, Scotty are public school teachers.

 

I graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Accounting.  After working for several years, I became a Certified Public Accountant in 1981 and opened my CPA office that same year.  I have been a CPA for over forty years in addition to owning and operating other ventures.

I volunteer with Interfaith Outreach Services, serving on their Board of Directors and also serving as Treasurer.  Interfaith Outreach Services provides assistance to households in Wichita and Archer Counties.

 

I am running for State Representative District 69 because I believe voters deserve a choice when they cast their ballots.  The voters of District 69 haven't had a choice in a decade as the current representative for District 69 has never had an opponent in either the primary or the general election.  The voters will have a choice in 2022.