Dean Hrbacek is a third generation Texan and had the good fortune to move to Fort Bend County in 1987, where he raised a family and started a law practice. Dean has been married to his wife, Jenny, for 38 years and they have three grown children. Dean and Jenny are active members at The Freedom Center Church in Missouri City.
Dean graduated from the UH Law Center and has practiced law in Fort Bend County for over 30 years. He is Board Certified in Tax Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Dean’s practice areas include civil law, probate law, guardianship law, tax law, real estate and employment law. He is also a Certified Public Accountant.
Dean is a visionary and was instrumental in the creation of Sugar Land Town Square and in bringing the UH Sugar Land campus to Fort Bend County. He is also a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association and enjoys hunting, fishing and traveling. Dean has a long history of community service and would like your support.
Dean is not new to public service or hard work. As a longtime Republican activist, he has served in many capacities, including candidate, precinct chair, delegate and caucus official at both Senatorial and State GOP conventions. He was the Republican candidate for Fort Bend County Court at Law No. 6 in 2018, having won the primary with over 68% over the vote.
He also previously served as Mayor and Council member for the City of Sugar Land. Under his guidance, the City not only saw the creation of Sugar Land Town Square, but property tax reductions by more than 33%, as well as the arrival of a new University of Houston Campus. Dean worked diligently to improve mobility with the widening of US 59. He currently serves as a Director on the Fort Bend County Tollway Authority and the Fort Bend Grand Parkway Toll Road Authority where he works to improve mobility in Fort Bend County.
In addition to his time in public service, Dean has freely volunteered his legal services by serving as legal counsel and an ex-officio board member for Fort Bend Cares, at 501(c)(3). He also has served as a director and legal counsel for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, a director of the Houston Galveston Area Council, as well as the Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council. By far, his most rewarding volunteer work has been serving as a former Little League coach for his two sons.
Married for 38 years to Jenny Hrbacek 3 children; Bradley (34), Byron (32) and Amanda (27) Born Houston, Harris County, Texas 9/24/1958 Member of The Freedom Center Church, Missouri City, Texas
PUBLIC & COMMUNITY SERVICE FORT BEND COUNTY TOLL ROAD AUTHORITY
Director (2015 – current)
FORT BEND GRAND PARKWAY TOLL ROAD AUTHORITY
CITY OF SUGAR LAND
Mayor (1996 – 2002) City Council Member (1993 – 1996) Director of Emergency Management (1996 – 2002) Past Member: Finance Committee Audit Committee Municipal Courts Committee Privatization Committee Parks Committee ETJ Committee Surface Water Committee Economic Development Committee Annexation
Sugar Land 4B Corporation
HOUSTON GALVESTON AREA COUNCIL
GREATER FORT BEND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
Director (1996 – 2002)
FORT BEND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Director (2012 – 2015)
Legal Counsel (2005 – 2007)
Past Advisory Director
CENTRAL FORT BEND CHAMBER
Graduate of Leadership Program (2007)
FORT BEND CARES
Ex-Officio Board Member and Legal Counsel (2006 – current)
SUGAR LAND TOWN SQUARE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
Chairman (2001 – 2002)
GULF COAST WATER AUTHORITY
Past Advisory Director
FORT BEND COUNTY
Grand Jury Commissioner (1995)
ALLIANCE FOR I-69
Past Director Appointed by Fort Bend County
UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF MAYORS
Member (2000 – 2002)
Paul Harris Fellow Award (2006)
FIRST COLONY LITTLE LEAGUE