Fort Bend County Commissioner Andy Meyers Releases Statement on the Death of Rob Cook Retired Fort Bend County Constable, Pct. 3

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SUGAR LAND, TX (March 12, 2024) – Fort Bend County Commissioner, Precinct 3 Andy Meyers issued the following statement on the death of Retired Fort Bend County Constable, Pct. 3 Rob Cook:

“Rob served Fort Bend County for 29 years. He was a leader and a volunteer who was always willing to help, whether it was the Boy Scouts, the Houston Rodeo, or any other charitable organization. Rob and I had a great relationship when he was Constable of Precinct 3. He was a dear friend, and I will miss him, particularly his infectious sense of humor. 

Cook was a fifth-generation native Texan. He served as Fort Bend County Precinct 3 Constable from 1988 to 2017 and was a lifelong Republican.

He worked with four sheriffs, five county judges, three district attorneys, and numerous county commissioners during a law enforcement career that spanned three decades.

Fort Bend County Commissioner Precinct 3 Andy Meyers remembers Cook for what he did as a law enforcement officer and in the community.

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