Board Member

Greg Hill graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station,
Texas in 1993. He received his law degree from South Texas College of Law in
Houston in 2004. Greg has taught high school Spanish in our region, he has served our
country as a United States Border Patrol Agent, he has worked as an Assistant District
Attorney for the Galveston County DA’s office, served as a local prosecutor for several
cities to include Sugar Land, Spring Valley, Friendswood, and Liverpool, and in 2018,
he was elected Judge for County Court at Law #1 and Probate Court for Brazoria
County, Texas.
Greg came off the bench to run for U.S. Congress for Texas’ 22 nd Congressional District,
but unfortunately finished third in a candidate field of 15 candidates for the 2020
Republican Primary. Greg is currently the Associate Municipal Court Judge for the City
of Alvin, and he has his own private law practice at “Greg Hill, Attorney, PLLC.” Prior to
serving as a County Court at Law Judge for Brazoria County, Greg served as the Mayor
Pro-Tem for the City of Pearland, Texas, and was elected to three terms as a City
Council Member for the City of Pearland.
Greg has served this region as the Cabinet Secretary for District 2S-4 for Lions Clubs
International, Inc. helping with oversight of the 84 local Lions Clubs throughout Fort
Bend, Brazoria, and Galveston Counties. He served as the President of the Pearland
Lions Club from 2015-2016. Greg has served as the 1 st Vice President for the Brazoria
County Cities Association. Greg is a founding executive board member, and sponsor,
of the Pearland ISD Education Foundation. He also served 2010-2016 as a board
member for the Vic Coppinger YMCA. Greg is a Rotarian, and belongs to the Danbury
Rotary Club. Greg is a member of several local Chambers of Commerce, and a lifetime
member of the Brazoria County Fair & Rodeo, and a lifetime member of the Houston
Livestock Show & Rodeo. Greg is an active sponsor/donor to many organizations
throughout our region, such as Little League Baseball, Brazoria County Alliance for
Children, and much more, but he is most proud of his continued sponsorship of the
“Challenger Kids” team every year at the Pearland Dad’s Club. Greg is married to his
lovely wife, Amy Hill, and has two wonderful children, Isabella and Ford Hill, and they
are active members at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Pearland, Texas.

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    May 28, 2020
    Greg Hill graduated from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas in 1993. He received his law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston […]
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    May 28, 2020
    David Melanson is from El Campo, Texas. He attended Houston Baptist University and graduated from University of Colorado School of Banking. David followed in his Grandparents and Father’s footsteps […]
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    May 28, 2020
    Suzanne M Whatley is originally from El Campo, Texas and has lived in the Ft Bend County area most of her life. After creating Branding Matters! […]
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    December 6, 2019
    Tim Homa is the Campus Pastor of the Richmond/Rosenberg campus of Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land, TX. He has spent over 25 years serving as a youth pastor […]
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    December 6, 2019
    Born in NYC to a strong military family, and (thankfully) moved to Texas in 1969.  Grew up in Texas and went to college at Washington and […]
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    December 6, 2019
    AmyBeth Griffin is a recording artist and songwriter who sings about life, love and the goodness of God.  She grew up in West Houston and is a […]
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    August 27, 2019
    Board Member I started around age 16 working for a technology missions organization called Digital Bible Society. We specialized in making digital bible libraries for closed […]
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    August 27, 2019
    Dr. Robert Lambeth, D.C., COSS P.O. Box 323 Katy, TX 77492 To Whom It May Concern;   It has been my privilege and honor to know […]
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    August 27, 2019
    Board Member Lonnie was Born in San Antonio, TX, 5th generation Texan.  Graduated from UH CLC in 1982.  Lonnie has worked in the oilfield for 41 […]