Boone ready to make her mark
By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
A first-generation college graduate, Ruby Boone credits Cuero ISD and the Cuero community for encouraging her to continue her education after high school. Seven years removed the halls of Cuero High School, Boone is now employed with The Law Offices of Anderson, Smith, Null & Stofer, L.L.P. in Victoria, the second oldest firm in Texas, dating back to 1859.
Boone, the daughter of Barry and Yolanda Boone, recalls having her high school teachers push her to find what interested her.
“I knew music interested me, but I was really looking for something else, because music was a hobby for me,” Boone said, the former all-state bass clarinet player.
During her sophomore year in Cuero, she talked to a couple attorneys and justices of the peace, including Christopher Crain and Peggy Mayer. These conversations prompted her to move forward with her law endeavors.
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