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Rev. Tommy Dyerthunder the baptist
George A. Faber, II
George A. Faber, II has been a teacher and administrator for 29 years, a musician all his life. A graduate of Kilgore High School, Faber earned and Associate of Arts Degree from Kilgore Junior College, followed by a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from Stephen F. Austin University. Since 2003, he has been the Director of Visual and Performing Arts at Tyler Independent School District. A district of 18,000 students, two high schools, six middle schools and seventeen elementary campuses with a directive of improving the arts and helping everyone to understand the importance of the Fine Arts to develop the whole child academically. During his tenure for the district he has served as a Band Director, Assistant Principal, Principal and presently the Director of Visual and Performing Arts.
Faber is known in the community for his skills as a keyboardist. He has performed with many local and national jazz artists, such as “Blue Lou” Marini of the Blues Brothers, Jon Faddis, trumpet player with the Doc Severson Tonight Show Orchestra, Mark Mullins, trombonist for Harry Connick Jr, and many other artist that perform in the area and at the local colleges and universities. Faber has also been the Director of the University of Texas at Tyler’s Jazz Band. He is also the church organist at Green Acres Baptist church, one of the largest churches in the East Texas Area. Mr. Faber was also a featured artist with the East Texas Symphony Orchestra.
He has received awards such as Arts Educator of the Year from Young Audiences of America, Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award – East Texas Chapter The Links, Dedication to the Performing Arts In Our Community from Alpha Kappa Alpha, Musician, Educator and Administrator of the Year from Tyler Youth Orchestra, Distinguished Service Award from the East Texas Chapter The Links to name a few.