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Ennis native Judge Bill Woody has roots in public service that run 48 years long, and no plans of slowing down on civic responsibility anytime soon.
Woody serves as justice of the peace for Ellis County Precinct One but his dedication to civil service is deeply rooted with a long history of dedication to Ennis and surrounding communities.

Woody grew up in Ennis and graduated from Ennis High School in 1959. From there, he attended Tarleton State University in Stephenville for about a year. He had plans to attend Texas A&M University before deciding to enter the United States Army. He served in the military for 18 months before heading back to Ennis and taking one of three full time positions at that time with the Ennis Fire Department. He had only worked there a short time before his superior, D.D. Day, approached him about a test for the Dallas Fire Department happening the next day.

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