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Lee William McNutt III is the son of L. William "Bill" McNutt, Jr., and he was born in Nashville, Tennessee on April 18, 1955.


Personal life

Lee William (Bill) McNutt III, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. McNutt Jr. of Corsicana, and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pritchett of Nashville, Tennessee. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lee McNutt of Corsicana. Bill McNutt III married his second wife Susana Christine Rabel, both of Dallas, on April 8, 2006 at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Rev. Stuart D. Dugan officiated and a yacht reception followed aboard the Sun Dream Yacht.[1]

Susana is currently in-house legal counsel at Gold’s Gym corporate headquarters.[1]

Following their wedding trip to Mar A Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., and the Cloister in Sea Island, Ga., the couple resides in University Park.[1]

Professional life

In 1980, Texas Governor William (Bill) Clements named Lee William McNutt III of Corsicana as the Navarro County Chairman for the Reagan-Bush Campaign[citation needed]. McNutt had received his bachelor's degree from Southern Methodist University, where he had been active in campus politics, and his master's degree from Vanderbilt University[citation needed]. Immediately after the 1980 election young McNutt wrote to give high praise to Governor Clements as the one man responsible for a rebirth of the Republican Party in Texas.[2]<

Bill McNutt III is a graduate of Corsicana High School, where he was president of his class and co-captain of the football team[citation needed]. He earned a B.B.A., and later an M.L.A. Bill has an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, and served in the Reagan White House, the Presidential Transition Team, and worked for two years in the Bush 41 administration[citation needed]. Bill is a member of the board of Transition Capital Partners of Dallas, and International Direct Marketing Consultants Inc. Bill was also the founding president of the Southern Methodist University's SMU Young Alumni Association, and is co-founder of Reef Equity Investments, LP of Dallas.[1]

McNutt III was appointed to head the Texas Commission on the Arts, by Texas Gov. Rick Perry in December of 2009.[3]


He was arrested on Feb 15, 2010 at Southern Methodist University's campus for alleged trespassing.[4][5][3]




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