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Commissioner Cary Nix
Commissioner Cary Nix is a lifetime resident of Smith County. Born and raised in Whitehouse, Texas. Commissioner Nix is a graduate of Tyler Junior College and attended Stephen F. Austin University before returning to Whitehouse to take over the family business as a rose grower.

Commissioner Nix is a conservative republican representing Precinct 2, which stretches across the south-west portion of the county and includes the cities of Whitehouse, Troup and a portion of Tyler.

Cary has been married to his wife Sharon for 32 years. They are surrounded by their loving family, sons Jordan and Chad, daughter-in-law Emily, and granddaughter Addison.

The Nix’s are members of the First Baptist Church of Whitehouse, where Commissioner Nix serves as a Deacon and teaches Sunday school. He is the current president of the Texas Rose Research Foundation and serves on the Board of Directors for the Tyler Rose Museum. He is a member of the Whitehouse and Greater Tyler Area Chambers of Commerce and the Smith County Better Business Bureau. He is also a member of the Smith County Republican Women.
Contact Information:
Smith County Annex Building
200 E. Ferguson, Suite 100
Tyler, Texas 75702

(903) 590-4602

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History of Community Involvement/Public Service:
  • Member of the First Baptist Church of Whitehouse
  • Deacon of the First Baptist Church of Whitehouse
  • President of the Texas Rose Research Foundation
  • Board of Directors for the Tyler Rose Museum
  • Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce
  • Greater Tyler Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Smith County Better Business Bureau
  • Smith County Republican Women
  • Graduate of Tyler Junior College
  • Attended Stephen F. Austin State University
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