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A life of service serves him well


Judging from his three thousand friends on Facebook, lifelong Ennis resident Chris Macon didn’t have to go far for votes while campaigning for the Justice of the Peace position in local Precinct 1. The like-able 49-year old known for his cowboy hats and infectious smile, had to win three elections last year to win the seat at the Ellis County Sub-Courthouse. He starts in January after taking over for Joyce W. Lindauer, who served admirably after being appointed in May of 2017 by County Judge Carol Bush. Lindauer, an attorney in Ennis and Dallas since 1984, filled the last 20 months after the retirement of Bill Woody. He held the post since Jan. 1 or 2003. The passing of the mantle feels natural and seamless to Macon because, after growing up around Woody, following him from retirement in one field to serving as Justice of the Peace is exactly what the two men have done. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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