City Council Place 5

L. Scott Lindsey
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Family
Scott Lindsey has lived in Red Oak since 1990 where he met and married his wife, Ginny, in 1993. They have four wonderful children: Leslie, Sean, Danny and Joshua, along with seven wonderful grandchildren: T.J., Kimberly, Damian, Makyla, Addyson, Dawson, McKinlee and great granddaughters Bentley & Kylee.

Education
Scott graduated from Ferris High School in 1983, attending Cedar Valley Community College and East Texas Baptist College before graduating from the Tarrant County Junior College Police Academy in March, 1987. Scott worked as a dispatcher, patrol officer, detective-sergeant, and acting chief of police for the City of Red Oak from 1984 - 1996. Scott became the first full-time police officer for the Red Oak ISD in 1996 and was named Chief of Police of Red Oak ISD in 2001 where he served as chief over 14 staff members who proudly serve the students, staff and community of Red Oak ISD until November, 2015. Scott now is excited to help protect families with the David Zabojnik Farmers Insurance Agency in Waxahachie along with enjoying seasonal employment with the Texas Rangers.

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Scott has served as Chairman of the Red Oak Building and Standards Commission as well as Vice President of the Red Oak Industrial Development Corporation. Scott also served as two-term city councilmember from 2003 - 2009 before getting term- limited out, and is beginning his now fourth term representing Place 5.

Personal Message
"I truly love Red Oak, Texas, and feel so very blessed to be elected once again to serve the citizens of this community. Red Oak has caring people, outstanding youth organizations, churches, and a business community that cares about the citizens. Red Oak has been blessed to have strong leadership for many years, and is the great place it is because of those who have served this community for so many years. These are exciting times as we grow from a small country town into a quality suburban city. I am proud to have worked for a school district that puts students first and gives our young people the most opportunity for success now and in the future. When asked would I recommend Red Oak to my closest family and friends, the answer is an overwhelming 'yes, come join us and be a part of something great in Red Oak, Texas.' I consider it an honor and a duty to serve in this city, and pray God's continued blessings on our citizens."