FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 02/09/2017
REPRESENTATIVE STUCKY RECEIVES COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS FOR 85TH LEGISLATIVE SESSION
AUSTIN -- Today, Representative Lynn Stucky (Sanger) released the following statement in response to his appointment from Speaker Joe Straus to the House Committee on Agriculture and Livestock, and the House Committee on Land & Resource Management. These committees have broad jurisdiction over matters such as forestry, livestock, wildlife, and eminent domain.
"I look forward to serving on these two important committees. Growing up with an appreciation for agriculture and the land has always been important to me. Protecting private property and water rights is crucial for Texas' ability to prosper. I want to offer my thanks and appreciation to Speaker Joe Straus for placing me on these committees. It's time to get to work," Stucky said.
State Representative Lynn Stucky represents House District 64, which includes the cities of Denton, Krum, Corinth, Shady Shores, Hickory Creek, and Lake Dallas. A native of rural Kansas, Dr. Lynn Stucky was raised on a farm with his five siblings. He is a graduate of Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1979, followed by his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. Lynn and his wife, Lori, a former teacher and coach in Denton ISD, will celebrate 30 years of marriage this year. They are the proud parents of three grown children, Evan, Lyndi and Malori. The Stucky Family are members of the Denton Bible Church.