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Rep. Kitzman, Stan

District 85


Capitol Address:

Room E2.716

P.O. Box 2910

Austin, TX 78768

(512) 463-0604

District Address:

One East Main, Suite 202

Bellville, Texas 77418

(979) 865-4560

Counties Represented:

Austin, Colorado, Fayette, Fort Bend (part), Waller, Wharton



Hailing from Pattison in Waller County, Stan Kitzman is currently serving his first term as the State Representative for Texas House District 85. With territory along the famous Brazos, San Bernard, and Colorado rivers, HD 85 covers a large portion of Austin's Original Colony, including the colonial capital of Texas, San Felipe de Austin. The district serves Austin, Colorado, Fayette, Waller, Wharton, and a portion of Fort Bend counties.

Representative Kitzman is a sixth-generation Texan, and is a descendent of Stephen F. Austin’s “Old Three Hundred", who were among the original grantees that purchased land in Mexican Texas in the early 1820’s.

Retired after serving for 21 years in the Texas Army National Guard, Kitzman deployed three times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and was awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge, Bronze Star Medal, and the Texas Faithful Service Medal.

Representative Kitzman is a Board Member of the Texas Water Conservation Association, past Board Member of the National Guard Association of Texas, Past President of the West I-10 Chamber of Commerce, Past Master of Brookshire Lodge #1066, and Past Commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars – Post 4007. He was a founding member and former President of the Waller County Veterans Memorial, former Board Member of Waller County Crime Stoppers, and a Past President of the Waller County Sheriff’s Office Training Advisory Board.

Kitzman is an Eagle Scout and is a member of many organizations including the Brookshire-Pattison Lions Club, American Legion, Texas Aggie Band Association, Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association, Texas A&M Association of Former Students, National Rifle Association, and Texas State Rifle Association.

Representative Kitzman is a small business owner, former Waller County Commissioner, and former public school teacher. He graduated from Royal High School and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Systems Management from Texas A&M University, Class of 1988.


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