Weir: Brenda Latham running for County Commissioner

Bob Weir and Brenda Latham (Photo and video by Netsky Rodriguez)

On March 6, 2018, there will be 4 candidates running for Denton County Commissioner, Precinct 4, in the Republican primary. Brenda Latham, former Lewisville Independent School District (LISD) Trustee, is one of those 4 who will be vying for the coveted seat. Ms. Latham came over for an interview on Saturday to tell residents of Denton County why she’s running and what her vision is for the future of the county. The following biographical info was provided by Ms. Latham:

“We moved to Lewisville when I was three and it was an exciting time with a lot growth and changes going on in the area. After graduating from Lewisville HS in 1987, I married Kevin Latham and continued my education in Business Computer Information Systems at Northlake College, then North Central Texas College. Kevin and I recently celebrated 30 years together and are the proud parents of three boys, Dusty, J.P, and Joe. I am also the mother-in-love of Sydney Latham. She and Dusty have made me grandmother to two wonderful grandsons, Logan and Rhett.

“We recently moved to Bartonville, where we had bought land and built a new home. We are active members at Northview Baptist Church in Lewisville and we own Campbell Grinding and Machining, Inc.; North Texas Coatings, LLC; and Latham Property Investments, LLC.

In addition to being wife, mother, grandmother and business owner, I have maintained a full time project management position for CitiGroup for 26 years. Still, interest in our family and community was strong and I served as follows:

1998-2001 Board Member and Commissioner for Lewisville Baseball Association
2004-present CASA of Denton County Advisory Board and Volunteer
2009-2016 Lewisville Task Force as Founding Board Member
2010-2016 LISD Board of Trustees being Secretary in 2011
2011-2014 Denton Community Justice Council Member
2015-2016 Denton County Appraisal District Board Member

“My passion is to represent the citizens with conservative policy initiatives which are fiscally responsible and proactive to keep Precinct 4 ready to meet the future with solid transportation projects being carried forward; a judicial system that responds to the needs of the citizens; and an ear to hear the concerns and ideas for improving the quality of life here.”

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Bob Weir
Bob Weir is a former NYPD officer, long-time Flower Mound resident and former local newspaper editor.

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