Rep. Cecil Bell Jr. District 3 (R-Magnolia)
Sources of Income
Bell is self-employed at several companies he founded: B-5 Construction Co. Inc., Tejas Underground Utilities, Storm Maintenance and Monitoring Inc. and High Star Inc.
He runs a cattle ranching business in Leon and Freestone counties.
He owns stock in Ford and Enron and reports earnings from a number of banks and financial institutions.
Residence in Magnolia valued at $188,740
Commercial retail center owned by High Star Inc. valued at $6,071,690
514 acres in Freestone County valued at $917,000
Bell serves as the president of the Magnolia ISD Board of Trustees, chairman of the Montgomery County Precinct 5 Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education Training Facility Board, director of the Texas Association of Business and advisory director of First Community Bank.
In the 2013 session, Bell authored a successful bill that reinforced immunity from civil liability for people or businesses responding to natural disasters at the request of local, state, or federal agency. He founded a company called Storm Maintenance and Monitoring Inc., which handles storm water pollution issues.