3/8/1900-4/10/1902 and 4/12/1906-2/11/1909

W. C. WeeksW. C. Weeks was born in Cooke County near Gainesville. He lived in Arlington for more than 30 years.

He was a capitalist and civic builder of Arlington, vice president of the First State Bank and was in the construction and building industry. He was connected with William Bryce in the founding of the Denton Brick Works, which grew from a comparatively small business into a $1,000,000 enterprise.

Mr. Weeks served as president of the Tarrant County Water Control and Improvement Board for two terms. He also served on the Tarrant County Commissioners Court and ran for and was elected Mayor of Arlington in 1906 and served until 1909.

Mr. Weeks was a Mason and a Shriner. At the time of his death, it was noted that Arlington, Fort Worth and Tarrant County had experienced a keen loss in leadership. Local historian, Dorothy Rencurrel is a descendant.