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Stonewater Roofing Voted Tyler Paper’s “Best In Town”

Stonewater Roofing is proud to have been voted “Best in Town” by the Tyler Morning Telegraph‘s readers. The company defeated its competition by an overwhelming majority, proving what our employees have known for years. The local experts at Stonewater Roofing are second to none when it comes to protecting your property.

Results of the contest were officially announced Sunday after nearly two full months of nominations and voting.

“We know we’re the best roofing company, and it’s nice to hear that our customers agree,” said Curtis Jackson, Stonewater’s vice president of sales and marketing. “This is obviously a huge honor for us. It shows that our entire team is doing everything right, top to bottom. It’s very rewarding, and we could not be more excited.”

“We’re extemely proud of the work we do, proud of the service we provide, and now we can be proud knowing that the people we help truly appreciate everything we’ve done,” Jackson added.

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Along with excellent customer service and workmanship, Jackson credits some of the win to the company’s community activism efforts. “Giving back to the community is not a one-way street. When you help out others, you receive help in return. Whether it’s the nonprofits we help with sponsorships, the students we help with scholarships, the teachers we help with school supplies, the property owners we help with roofing issues,” he said. “We’re the best in town because we’re an active part of the town.”

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Cattle Barons’ Gala Offers Night Of Fun & Fundraising

The Cattle Barons’ Gala, a fundraiser known for its relaxed country vibe, will take place Saturday, June 16, with games, food, auctions and a concert by country star Easton Corbin.

The gala raises money for the American Cancer Society, an organization that funds research and provides services for cancer patients and their families.

In a joint statement, Gala chairmen Justin Armstrong and Jeremy Cozad said that the event is an opportunity to “celebrate those who have conquered cancer, reflect on those who have been taken too soon and raise funds for research and support.”

Now in its 31st year, the focus remains on raising awareness and money.

“Our motivation for humbly accepting the honor of co-chairing this event is our friends and family touched by this disease and the urgency we feel to help find a cure,” the men said in their join statement. “In keeping with our 2018 theme, ‘Southern Raised, Southern Strong,’ we salute those who have fought cancer and those who are on the journey alongside them. The party is fun, but the purpose is to find a cure. We long for the day that cancer is defeated.”

‘Southern Raised, Southern Strong’ is the theme of the 2018 Tyler Cattle Barons’ Gala. 

The honorary chairwoman for the gala is Amanda Jones of Tyler, a cancer patient. The Cattle Barons’ Gala also recognizes a Li’l Wrangler, a child who has faced or is facing cancer. This year’s Li’l Wrangler is Jase Curtis, the 4-year-old son of Shauna and Jarod Curtis. Each year, gala volunteers host an event for pediatric oncology patients and their families.

The gala will take place beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Texas Rose Horse Park, a complex at Texas Highway 110 north near Interstate 20 that houses the Brunson Equestrian Center. Gala events are held in a covered show arena and tents that are air conditioned.

Easton Corbin is headlining the Cattle Barons’ Gala on June 16. (credit: Easton Corbin)

Corbin will be the night’s music headliner. He has had seven Top 10 singles including “A Little More Country Than That,” “Roll With It,” “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and “Baby Be My Love Song.” 

Tickets to the gala cost $200 and can be reserved online or by calling 903-597-1383.

Tickets to the Barons’ Reception cost $300. The reception starts at 6:00 p.m. and will include music by the Tyler Dudley Band, food and access to the midway before general admission guests arrive.

Cuisine is provided by 1836 Texas Kitchen and Villa Montez.

Stonewater Roofing is a sponsor of this event.

A longer version of this article originally appeared on the Tyler Morning Telegraph’s website.