While in high school, I worked with my father and uncle building homes in Corpus Christi, Texas; then in 1952 I attended Texas A & M University where I studied Petroleum and Geological Engineering for 2 years. Shortly thereafter I entered the real estate business in Corpus Christi. In 1961 I received a BBA degree from Southern Methodist University where I majored in real estate/insurance.
The balance of my life has been devoted to the real estate business in various fields such as ranch resort subdivisions, river and lakefront developments, residential properties, farms and ranches, and commercial sales. I have owned and managed several real estate offices over the past 40 years. In addition, I have completed all of the educational requirements for the RM designation of the Appraisal Institute. It is my commitment to put the best interest of my clients first and strongly believe that service, not sales, is most important. My wife, Tommie, and I built our home and moved to Sunrise Beach, Texas, in 2000 after spending most of our lives in Corpus Christi.
Since moving to the Hill Country, Tommie and I enjoy boating, sailing, fishing, gardening, and watching our grandchildren play sports in Austin. Tommie is very interested in woodcarving and I also do some woodworking. Currently, I am an active member of the Sunrise Beach Volunteer Fire Department and serve as a First Responder, and serve on the Board of Directors of the Central Texas Electric Cooperative.
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