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About John

John Cyrier is State Representative for Texas House District 17, which includes Bastrop, Caldwell, Gonzales, Karnes and Lee counties. He is president and CEO of Sabre Commercial, a midsize commercial construction business, which is consistently ranked in the top­ 10 of the Austin Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” and “Fast 50” list of the fastest growing companies in Central Texas. He was nominated for the journal’s Best CEO award in 2014.

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"John Cyrier is one of the most honest, hardworking, and trustworthy men that I know.We need his no-nonsense leadership."

Jerry Patterson, Former Texas Land Commissioner and Author of Texas Concealed Handgun Law

Today is the anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, when Texan forces defeated Santa Anna and his army. One of my favorite pieces of history in the Capitol building hangs behind the Speaker's dais in the House Chamber--the San Jacinto flag. The flag was lost for many years, but was returned to the State of Texas by a family in Tennessee in 1933, nearly 100 years after the battle. This is said to be the last original flag from Texas' fight for independence. Would love to know where the original Gonzales Come and Take It Flag ended up.

Today I presented House Resolution 787 to the House. This resolution honors the life of Colonel Joe T. Haney who was the director of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band for 17 years. Colonel Haney lived a remarkable and inspirational life, and his contributions to his state, country and the Aggie family have left an impressive legacy. We were joined on the dais today by members of the Haney family, including his wife, Mary, of 62 years.

The Texas House is currently debating House Bill 21, the public school finance system bill. Very important piece of legislation to our district and state.

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