Judge Quincy Beaver, Jr.
Judge Quincy Beavers, Jr. is the justice of the peace for Precinct 1, Smith County, Texas where he presides over Class C misdemeanor cases, truancy, eviction cases, small claims, civil cases and inquest along with setting bonds for County and State prisoners as well as officiating at weddings; and
Judge Beavers’ work experience spans some forty plus years. Immediately upon graduation from college, Beavers served as the Assistant Dean of Men at Jarvis Christian College. He also worked as a counselor for the State Health Department, served as a Patrolman with the big Sandy Police Department and as a Chief Warrant Officer and Deputy Sheriff for the Smith County Sheriff’s Department. He recently received an award from Smith County acknowledging 35 years of service; and
Judge Beavers’ is the recipient of numerous awards and honors including, but not limited to, the Hope Award presented by the East Texas Crisis Center for contributions made towards preventing domestic violence, Certificate of Appreciation for valuable contributions to truancy intervention presented by the Tyler Independent School District, Pioneer Hall of Fame award from Jarvis Christian College for outstanding contributions to the growth and development of students at Jarvis and The Dream Realized Award for contributions in the field of Justice presented by Ebenezer AME Church; and
Judge Beavers’ is a graduate of Grambling State University and attended graduate school at East Texas State University. During his tenure in office, Judge Beavers has continued his judicial education through Southwest Texas State University, as well as other legislative law update courses, educational lectures and seminars. He is a lifetime member of kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, a member of the Texas Justice of the Peace and Constable Association, Grambling Legends and Miles Chapel CME Church;