Dallas, TX – August 13, 2019 – Scheef & Stone is proud to announce that Collin County Judge Chris Hill appointed Scheef & Stone attorney, Justin Simmons, to serve on the Collin County Historical Commission. The term will run until December 31, 2021.
The Collin County Historical Commission is the official local chapter of the Texas Historical Commission, and serves as an umbrella organization for all public and private historical groups in Collin County. The organization seeks to educate and preserve the county’s rich history by conducting activities on the preservation of Collin County’s historical heritage along with continual efforts to preserve landmarks. Simmons currently serves on both the Finance Committee and the Workshops Committee. He is part of the Historical Commission’s Speakers Bureau where he presents on 501(c)(3) basics.
“I am a lover of history,” Simmons said. “I look forward to preserving the history of Collin County as a member of the Historical Commission, and sharing my love of history with others by educating them on the rich history of this county.”
Simmons received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Stamford University and his Juris Doctor degree from Texas A&M University School of Law. He also is a member of the Collin County Bar Association, and is the Director of Young Marrieds Bible Fellowship Class at Prestonwood Baptist Church.
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