Tyler County Commissioner Receives DETCOG President’s Award

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Tyler County Commissioner Martin Nash received the Deep East Texas Council of Governments (DETCOG) 2015 Presidents Award for outstanding committee work at its annual membership meeting in Lufkin. The award is given each year to the DETCOG Committee Member who has shown dedication, commitment, loyalty and interest in providing a window of opportunity to help the citizens of Deep East Texas improve their way of life.Nash_receives_Pres_Award.JPG
Nash has served several years as a Tyler County Commissioner. He is currently serving as the Chairman of the Deep East Texas Regional Review Committee. As one of Tyler County’s representatives on DETCOG’s Board Nash currently serves as the Chair of the Deep East Texas Council of Governments Regional 9-1-1 Advisory Council.

He is also on the Executive and Budget Committee, Building Committee, Deep East Texas Transportation Committee, and the Regional Economic Development Committee.

In making the presentation, DETCOG President, Wes Suiter, said, “Commissioner Nash has shown dedication, commitment, loyalty and interest in providing a window of opportunity to help the citizens of Deep East Texas improve their way of life.”

Grace Baldwin
(Bethany) Grace Baldwin has an Associate Degree in Journalism from Angelina College and is working on a double major of English and Journalism at Stephen F. Austin State University. She thoroughly enjoys reading, writing, and has an indelible passion for words.

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