Ruby Brown has announced her candidacy for the Morehouse Parish Clerk of Court Office. Below is a provided release from Brown.
I believe that if you want to change the world around you, you have to first start with changing yourself. From July 1996 to the present year, I have served the public as a Deputy Clerk at the Morehouse Parish Clerk of Court's Office. In 2001, I became licensed as a bonded Notary Public, and in 2014, a Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Parish-wide Realty.
As a 1980 graduate of Bastrop High School, I furthered my education by attending Northeast Louisiana University, currently ULM, as well as Louisiana Technical College.
During my 10-year tenure as an employee with the Morehouse Parish School Board, I instilled in my students, as well as my children, the importance of getting an education. Education has always been an important aspect that enforces positive change.
I have served as a certified Deputy Clerk for over 19 years with the Morehouse Parish Clerk of Courts Office. The knowledge and experience that I have obtained has prepared me to serve the public efficiently and effectively. My passion for working hard to service the public gives me a great sense of pride. Constituents personally recommend my services when calling or visiting the Clerk of Courts Office because they are not familiar with the laws and procedures. The experience I've obtained gives me the ability to explain to the constituents in a manner which they can comprehend to perform their task easily.
I'm a lifelong resident of Morehouse Parish. I have been married to Henry (Hank) Brown III for 33 years. I'm the mother of two, Tankia Perry and Cameron Brown. I'm the grandmother of four, Brittany, Caleb, Talayeh and Jazlyn. I'm the daughter of Ivery Caldwell Sr. and the late Ruby Lee Perry. I'm the granddaughter of Alice Colvin Perry and the late Henry Eugene Perry, Magdalene Walker Caldwell and O.C. Caldwell. If elected, I will continue to service the public by being a reliable, self-motivated, hands-on clerk. And furthermore, a clerk that is willing to meet the demands of our changing society by making it available and assessable with today's technology.
For the October 24, 2015 election, I ask that you give me an opportunity to create positive change in the clerk's office and Morehouse Parish. Your prayers and support will be greatly appreciated.