COMANCHE – The Texas Department of Transportation’s Brownwood District is pleased to announce the selection of Kevin Crim as the Comanche County Maintenance Section Supervisor.

In this position, Crim oversees TxDOT’s maintenance and emergency management activities on 335 miles of roadways in Comanche County, including US Highway 377 and State Highways 36 and 16. He supervises a staff of 11 employees based at that TxDOT facility.

Crim joined TxDOT’s Brownwood District as a maintenance technician in Comanche County in 2002. He then transferred to Brown County where he became a crew chief in 2006, and worked his way up to Section Assistant in 2014. Crim was promoted to the position of Brown County Maintenance Section Supervisor in 2017.

He and his wife Cindi, who is a 2nd grade teacher at Comanche ISD, have been married for 30 years and live on a small farm in Comanche County. Together they have two grown children, a daughter who teaches 1st grade in Stephenville and a son who is a graduate student and director of the Baptist Student Ministry at Hardin Simmons University. Crim began this new role on August 1, 2019.

Brown, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Lampasas, McCulloch, Mills, San Saba and Stephens Counties.

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