Lee’s passion for land stewardship began at an early age on his grandfather’s tractor in an East Texas hayfield. Since then, an undeniable calling into the ranching industry has been confirmed time and again. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 2004, his career has led him to overseeing reputable, large-scale ranching operations from the fertile Brazos Bottom, to the Coastal Bend of deep South Texas, and now to the Rolling Plains region of West Central Texas. Not only does Lee possess intimate knowledge of what it takes to enhance complex systems in natural resources, but has also demonstrated his ability to care for the financial side of farm and ranch transactions through a brief tenure within the Farm Credit system. Lee’s experiences have developed in him the ability to adopt the owners’ goals and design initiatives that handle their respective vision with the utmost care. This unique skillset offers a high level of professionalism and competence to add value to our clients.
In addition to his ranching pursuits, Lee is an active member within Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers’ Association (TSCRA) where he has served on various committees and has met with members of Congress to address pertinent issues to landowner rights and beef industry topics. Additionally, he is a Texas Agriculture Lifetime Leadership (TALL) XV member and a graduate of the King Ranch Institute’s Advanced Ranch Management certification program. Lee currently resides in Albany, TX with his wife, Alicia, and their four children (Gage, Truitt, Cameron, and Clancy). As a family, they are active in their church and enjoy spending time outdoors.