For County Commissioner Pct. 3
Meet & Greet RALLY
Brock Community Center
2115 FM 1189
Saturday May 5
NOON – 2:00 PM
From Commish 3, Posted by commish3 on April 12, 2012 – Thank you, thank you, thank you!… Thank you for the outpouring of love and support from everyone since finding out about my illness. I am going to be ok! (that’s what they tell me anyway) Please also know that everything at the precinct is running like a well oiled machine!
I respectfully requested not to have my illness be played out in public. But, since it is now out there…here goes…I am suffering from a degenerative heart condition. I will need open heart surgery and will know more after my next visit with my heart surgeon toward the end of April.
Roth cites medical leave, says work still getting done
From The Weatherford Democrat, by Judy Sheridan CNHI, April 2, 2012, PARKER COUNTY — Taxpayers and constituents have received no public explanation as to why Precinct 3 Commissioner John Roth, who represents much of Southern Parker County, has been absent from Parker County Commissioners’ Court meetings lately.
No announcements have been made in court meetings, and County Judge Mark Riley only shrugged when asked about the commissioner’s whereabouts, deferring the question to Roth.
In response to questions from the Democrat, Roth replied by email that he is taking a medical leave of absence but doesn’t want to play it out in public.
I am Jim Carroll and I am announcing my candidacy for Parker County Commissioner Precinct 3. A lifelong Republican, I was raised by my grandparents in Smackover, AR. I later attended college at Kilgore Junior College in Kilgore, TX. and completed by BA degree in Criminal Justice at Northeast Louisiana University. After Graduation I spent a brief period as a municipal police officer and as an Agent with the U.S. Border Patrol before taking a position as a Trooper with the Arkansas State Police.
Father of 4
20+ Years H.R. Experience
20+ Years Management Experience
Lifetime NRA Member
I am seeking the Republican nomination for Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1, to reflect the conservative values of Parker County, and respectfully represent the people of Parker County. Over the past year, numerous residents of our county have encouraged me to run for County Commissioner and after prayerful consideration I have decided to enter the race. Continue reading →
Today I am announcing my intention to seek the Republican nomination for Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1, to reflect the conservative values of Parker County, and respectfully represent the people of Parker County.
Over the past year, numerous residents of our county have encouraged me to run for County Commissioner and after prayerful consideration I have decided to enter the race. Continue reading →
I’m endorsing Dusty Renfro for Precinct 4 Commissioner.
Parker County Precinct 4 deserves a smart, energetic, sincere Commissioner. We will have that when Dusty Renfro is sworn in.
Dusty will restore integrity, respect, fairness and true conservative values to this position.
Dusty is a servant with excellent people and problem solving skills. When you meet Dusty you know he is a natural leader.
All of Parker County will benefit when Dusty Renfro is elected to Commissioners Court.
I have never met Mr. Wallis so I can’t speak to his character and or ability. However, I have known Dusty Renfro for many years and did have the privilege of working with him at NAI Huff Partners. He’s a special person.
Working at Huff Partners I realized how talented he is. Many people in the brokerage / development business consider him to be one of the brightest young minds in N. Texas. He’s the kind of guy you go to when you hit a dead end… I personally saw him achieve high levels of success in the brokerage business while building a development company from scratch. He feels like there’s nothing he can’t accomplish and the people who have been around him feel the same way. I guess you don’t get his resume’ with any other mind set.
Dusty Renfro joins the race for County Commissioner, Precinct 4. “I know I have no right to complain about the problems if I’m not willing to step up and get involved. Recently, I’ve noticed many things that need fixing. I had to stand up and pay attention to what is going on,” Renfro said.
You can learn more about Dusty’s background and qualifications by clicking here.
Learn more about Dusty’s candidacy by reading the Weatherford Telegram’s December 16th article:
Former Longhorn player runs for commissioner by Brent Shirley.