Commissioner Jack Morman is a Deer Park native and graduate of Deer Park High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from Baylor University and law degree from Baylor University Law School in Waco, Texas. School. Returning to Deer Park, Jack had a private law practice until he was elected Commissioner of Harris County Precinct 2 in November 2010.
Since taking office, Commissioner Morman has dedicated himself to maintaining and improving Precinct Two’s vast infrastructure, promoting economic growth and creating jobs through common sense, business-friendly public policy on behalf of his over one million constituents.
Commissioner Morman also previously accepted the honor of serving as the Harris County representative on the 13 county Houston-Galveston Area Council, which helps sensibly guide regional development.
Commissioner Morman leads all of Precinct 2’s operations, which includes 380 employees, 50 parks, 17 community centers, over 1300 miles of county roads, the Lynchburg Ferry and the Washburn Tunnel.
Another major focus for Commissioner Morman is working together with other commissioners to identify vulnerabilities exposed by Hurricane Harvey and to proactively advance solutions to protect Harris County residents in the event of another unprecedented rainfall.
Jack is married to his high school sweetheart, Andi, and they have two children, daughter Jordan, 11, and son Trey, 9. The family is very involved in little league baseball and dance activities with their Precinct 2 neighbors and youth organizations.