A Native Texan, grassroots activist and gun toting bible thumping American.  Board member to the Montgomery County Hospital District Precinct 4


Bob worked in asphalt construction during and after high school.

As young man Bob volunteered in the Air Force where he served as a Security Policeman. He also became a Hazmat Specialist with training by FEMA, Railroad Industry, Air Force and California Specialty Training Institute. He spent the rest of his Air Force career teaching over 3,500 people yearly ways to prepare for and survive disasters, mostly chemical/biological/nuclear warfare.  As additional duties Bob served as a heavy equipment operator/instructor and safety officer.

After the death of his beloved wife he took a break in service. He owned and operated a construction specialty company, with a major focus on custom mirrors and shower doors. After he remarried, he was working for UPS during the day, working at his business at night and serving in the Air Force Reserves on the weekends, to insure his wife was able to stay at home with their three daughters.


Father of three daughters and grandfather of five.   Married to high school sweetheart, and widowed early in life.


Bob is a retiree from the Air Force. He served in the Vietnam and Gulf War.


Bob serves on the Montgomery County Homeless Coalition, American Legion Post 305, Life Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Patriot Guard Riders, and Christian Motorcycle association, Texas Honor Ride, Houston Area Pastor’s Council, and Orphan Care Solutions

He is a member of a local Republican women’s organization, Charter member of Montgomery County Right to Life, Texas Nationalist Movement, Republican Liberty Caucus, Gun Owners of America, and a life member of Oath Keepers.

Cofounder of Montgomery County Eagle Forum, Montgomery County Tea Party,  Montgomery County Friends of the NRA and Pike Peak Firearms Coalition

Former advisory board member of the Montgomery County Animal Shelter. Former Colorado Mounted Ranger and Webelo Den Leader

Citizen lobbyist traveling to the capitol to promote constitutional governance and testifying in committee hearings


While serving on the board he found a way to cut the cost of ambulance stations from $1.5 Million to $300,000.00.

Successfully fought to have pornography access removed on public school and local government computers. Took a stand against access to pornographic books from the children’s section of the library.

Joined the fight to protect water quality against toxic well injections.

While on the Animal Shelter board they helped provided over 400 low and no cost shots, microchips, and spay/neuter vouchers to area residents with the cooperation and financial support of a number of organizations.