The Smith County Communications Office strives to promote transparency by providing the public with the most accurate, accessible and up-to-date information possible while promoting the county's brand and message of "Striving for Excellence."
Located on the first floor of the Smith County Annex Building
200 E. Ferguson, Suite 100
Tyler, Texas 75702
Email: Casey Murphy
County Employee Recognitions
Smith County Treasurer Kelli White was recognized during Commissioners Court on Tuesday, July 28, for 20 years of service to the county.
“We are excited to recognize an employee who has been here for 20 years,” Commissioner JoAnn Hampton said. “She has done an outstanding job for the county.”
Ms. White was sworn in as Smith County Treasurer on March 1, 2005. She worked as Smith County Assistant Treasurer from July 2000 to March 2005.
She is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School and Stephen F. Austin State University. She is a Certified Investment Officer, is a Past President of the County Treasurers Association of Texas and a board member for the Texas Association of Counties Risk Management Pool.
Some of the duties of treasurer include receiving, keeping and accounting, paying, applying, and disbursing all monies belonging to the county from whatever source derived according to law.
Additional Smith County employees celebrating work anniversaries include:
20 Years: Scott Smith, Adult Probation; Geraldine Lauter, Sheriff’s Office
15 Years: Ralph Caraway, District Attorney’s Office; Shaneikwa Sanders, Juvenile Services
10 Years: Melissa Wilgus, District Attorney’s Office; Xochilt Benitez and Justin Eakin, Sheriff’s Office
5 Years: Robbie Williamson, AgriLife; and Matthew Christian, Norman Halbrooks, and Ethan Isaacks, Sheriff’s Office.