Cecil Bell, Jr. is the Texas State Representative for House District 3. He is a sixth generation Texan whose family has been in the State of Texas since 1852. The oldest of three siblings, Cecil was born in Rosenberg but raised all across Texas.
A 2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist for the Southwest Region, Cecil serves as the CEO of six active enterprises, providing clients with a variety of services and creating jobs for Texans.
Driven by his strong entrepreneurial nature, Cecil has been self-employed at B-5 Construction Co., Inc. since 1983, constructing water and wastewater treatment facilities. Tejas Underground Utilities, incorporated in 1997, provides installation of underground utilities. Cecil's vision for Texas and his leadership in business development is seen in the 2008 addition of High Star, Inc., which developed and owns the Magnolia Landmark Building, a 66,000 sq. ft. Class "A" professional building conveniently located in southwest Montgomery County. Read more about Voice of the Conservative Vote: Cecil Bell