The Texas Senate has commended Pearsall’s Clifton Stacy for service to Frio County and his leadership as a member of the Evergreen Underwater Conservation District Board of Directors with a proclamation during a ceremony at his home on Tuesday, January 5.
“The Senate of the State of Texas is pleased to recognize Clifton Stacy for his many contributions to Frio County and for his outstanding service to the community,” outgoing District 19 Texas Senator Pete Flores said. “An esteemed citizen and public servant, Clifton Stacy is a trusted expert in water conservation, agricultural practices, and resource management, and he served as a member of the Evergreen Underwater Conservation District Board of Directors for nearly 35 years.
“Mr. Stacy’s impressive history of regional leadership includes serving as chairman of the Frio County Resource Conservation and Development program and as chairman of the South Texas Peanut Growers Association.”
Stacy became a Frio County member of the board of the Evergreen Underwater Conservation District in 1985, and he held a number of offices and positions on numerous committees, during his tenure.
“His expertise on irrigation and water conservation was an invaluable asset to the board, and his leadership helped to guide the district in achieving successful outcomes through local water resource policy,” Flores said. “His exceptional contributions to the district through his work on the board will continue to benefit area citizens long into the future.
“I extend to him best wishes for success in all his future endeavors; and, be it further proclaimed, that a copy of this Proclamation be prepared for him as an expression of esteem from the Texas Senate.”