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Mayors and Postmasters of Lewisville, Texas

Mayors of Lewisville, 1925-2021 (may be incomplete!)
Martin D. Fagg 1925-29 Jack Lewis 1929-31 William H. Prague 1931-32 Arthur Hayes 1932-40 L. M. Kealy 1940-41 Horace Milliken 1941-49 Conrad E. Duwe 1949-53 F. C. Connor 1953-57 Tom W. Beasley 1957-58 F. C. Connor 1958-63 Bill R. Weaver 1963-69 Sam Houston 1969-73 David Denison 1973-77 Ralph Johnson 1977-79 Clarence R. Myers 1979-81 Troy White 1981-82 Wayne Ferguson 1982-85 Ann Pomykal 1985-87 Donny Daniel 1987-91 B. C. Groves 1991-93 Bobbie J. Mitchell 1993-2000 Clarence R. Myers 2000 Gene Carey 2000-09 Dean Ueckert 2009-15 Rudy Durham 2015-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1958: Tom W. Beasley, resigned.
  • 1979 Apr 7: Clarence R. Myers, elected; Ralph Johnson, defeated.
  • 1982: Troy White, resigned.
  • 2000: Bobbie J. Mitchell, resigned.
  • 2012 May 12: Dean Ueckert, elected; Winston Edmondson, defeated.

    Postmasters at Lewisville, 1887-1901 (may be incomplete!)
    W. C. Smith as of 1887 John N. Kealey as of 1901

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