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9.11.12

67 New Texas Sheriffs for 2013

Official Biographer for the Sheriff's of Texas


   There are 254 counties in Texas! January 2013 will begin the careers of 67 newly elected Texas Sheriffs.         
  Among the group are retired TxDPS, Game Wardens, and a retired Air Force Major General. Susan Pamerleau ran her race on an administrative level. Her claim to fame is the result of 32 years active service in the Air Force where she moved up the ranks with an impressive history of organization and management.
Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau
  Of the 67 newly elected sheriffs, 36 overcame incumbents in a huge turnover state wide. 
  Our best wishes to the 31 who did not seek re-election and are moving on to other adventures.
  The new crop of Texas Sheriffs begin a career that is legendary by nature as they take on the mantle of 'Guardian of their County'.  
Sheriff's Association of Texas ( Since 1874)
2012 Texas County Sheriff election Results
New Sheriffs were elected to the following counties; taking office 01/01/2013.
*Incumbent did not seek re-election.

These election results were provided to SAT by various sources. All counties may not be
reported. All have not been verified but are believed to be accurate.
11/2012 
*Angelina County, Greg Sanches           *Atascosa County, David Soward    
*Austin County, Jack Brandes                 Bandera County, Dan Butts    
*Bell County, Eddy Lange                       Bexar County, Susan Pamerleau
  Borden County, Benny Allison              Briscoe County, Garrett Davis
*Calhoun County, George Aleman          Callahan County, Terry Joy
*Cass County, Larry Rowe                  *Chambers County, Brian Hawthorne
*Cochran County, Raymond Weber     *Cooke County, Terry Gilbert
  Cottle County, Rickey Lawrence          Crockett County, Bob Rodriguez
*Crosby County, Ethan Villanueva       *Delta County, Ricky Smith
  Denton County, William Travis            Dickens County, Terry Braley
*Edwards County, Pamela Elliott         *Fort Bend County, Troy Nehls
  Franklin County, Ricky Jones            *Freestone County, Don Anderson
  Gaines County, Ronny Pipkin           *Galveston County, Henry Trouchesset
  Garza County, Terry Morgan            *Hansford County, Tim Glass
*Haskell County, Winston Stephens      Hill County, Michael Cox
  Hockley County, R. C. Cheek             Hutchinson County, Don Johnson
*Irion County, W. A. Estes                   Karnes County, Dwayne Villanueva
*Kendall County, Al Auxier                  La Salle County, Miguel Rodriguez
*Lamar County, Scott Cass                  Leon County, Kevin Ellis
  Liberty County, Bobby Rader          *Marion County, David McKnight
  Matagorda County, Frank Osborne     Maverick County, Tom Schmerber
*McLennan County, Paul McNamara   *McMullen County, Emmett Shelton
 Mills County, Clint Hammonds             Nacogdoches County, Jason Bridges
*Navarro County, Elmer Tanner             Newton County, Eddie Shannon
*Panola County, Ron Clinton                Reeves County, Arturo Granado
*Rusk County, Jeff Price                      San Saba County, Steve Boyd
*Scurry County, Trey Wilson                Shelby County, Willis Blackwell
*Sherman County, Joe Powell            *Smith County, Larry Smith
 Stephens County, George Wade           Taylor County, Ricky Bishop
 Throckmorton County, Ricky Hodges   Tom Green County, David Jones
 Trinity County, Woody Wallace             Tyler County, Bryan Weatherford
 Van Zandt County, Lindsey Ray          *Washington County, Otto Hanak
 Wheeler County, Wes Crites                 Wood County, Jim Brown
*Zapata County, Alonzo Lopez

- J.B. Blocker is a media consultant and historian/biographer for the Lone Star Sheriff's Association.

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