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Nancy Oliver chosen as New Chamber president

By LEWIS SPEARMAN

Nancy Oliver has served on the Crosby-Huffman Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since 1996. She was Secretary from 1999 to 2003; chaired the Nominating Committee; and served on many committees including Banquet, Picnic in the Park, Community Clean-up and Economic Development.

Nancy co-chaired the Community Center Committee that researched the need and requirements for a community center in Crosby and met with Commissioner Eversole to request the project.

Ms. Oliver has been Tax Assessor/ Collector for Crosby Independent School District since 1991, following six years as a commercial appraiser for Harris County Appraisal District, five years as a real estate salesman and broker, and six years as a librarian at Harris County Library.

Nancy holds the professional designations of Texas Real Estate Broker, Registered Professional Appraiser, Registered Texas Assessor/Collector, Certified Tax Administrator and Certified School Tax Administrator. She is a member of the Texas Association of Assessing Officers, the Gulf Chapter of TAAO, Institute of Certified Tax Administrators, Texas School Assessors Association, and Institute of Certified School Tax Administrators. She was chosen by the Gulf Coast Chapter of TAAO as the Certified Tax Administrator of the Year in 2003.

The Star Courier honored Ms. Oliver in 1996 as a Super Star Citizen of 1996. She serves on the Board of Directors of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Baytown. A past president of Baytown Little Theater, she has appeared in several productions, as well as serving as chairman of the make-up for productions and newsletter editor.

She is the mother of two grown sons and the proud bragging grandmother of one–year old granddaughter Avery.