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.