Cullen Crisp (State Representative District 60 Candidate) and Judge John Bailey (Incumbent Justice, 11th Court of Appeals District, Place 3) will be the guest speakers for the Pecan Valley Republican Women monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Brownwood Country Club. The Pecan Valley Republican Women cordially invite you to attend and bring a friend and enjoy the lunch buffet. Cost is $12 payable at the door. After the program both guest speakers will be available for questions.
Cullen’s biggest passion is Texas and its rich history and he will be speaking on “What it means to be a conservative in the Republican Party”. Cullen Crisp is a fifth generation Texan, entrepreneur, farmer, and lover of all things Texas. He owns a successful small business, Crisp-LaDew Fire Protection Company, specializing in fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems. Cullen and his family also run a local farm in Granbury, growing strawberries, peaches, and harvesting honey. Most of all, the Crisp family loves working with their neighbors and serving the community. Cullen currently sits on the Lake Granbury Coalition, the board of the Hood County Development District 1, and was an integral part in the planning and opening of the Acton Nature Center near Granbury. Cullen and his family founded the Texas Heroes Foundation and are currently planning the third annual Texas Independence Day Celebration. The Crisp family are committed Christians. Cullen is married to his beautiful wife, Ashley, and together they have two children, Carson and Maddie.
Judge John Bailey Incumbent 11th Court of Appeals will also be speaking on what it means to be a conservative and why the 11th Court of Appeals is important to our district. Judge Bailey is a product of the district he represents on the 11th Court of Appeals. He grew up in Cisco and was valedictorian of his class at Cisco High School. Then after graduating with high honors from Tarleton State University and the Texas Tech School of Law, Judge Bailey and his wife, Sarah, have been active leaders in the community for many years. He was previously elected to the Cisco College Board of Regents and has served as president of the Abilene Young Lawyers Association, the Eastland County Museum Association and the Cisco Livestock Show Association. Judge Bailey is also the proud voice of Cisco Loboes Football!