The East Parker County Chamber will be hosting their monthly membership luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 10 at New River Fellowship, 3252 I-20 Frontage Road, in Hudson Oaks. The speaker for the day will be State Rep. Phil King.
As state representative for the 61st District, Phil King represents the people of Parker and Wise counties in the Texas Legislature. He has earned a reputation as a principle-driven conservative who consistently provides key leadership in passing some of Texas’ most sweeping public policy legislation.
King currently serves as chair of redistricting. He also serves on the state affairs and the criminal jurisprudence committees.
King serves on the national board of directors for the American Legislative Exchange Council and was the 2015 national chair. He also chairs ALEC’s Center for Innovation and Technology. King also serves on the board of directors of the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute.
King was a police officer for 15 years and continues to serve in the Texas State Guard. He is a practicing attorney and small business owner.
He and his family have been active members of Trinity Bible Church since 1984. King and his wife Terry are the parents of six children, nine granddaughters and five grandsons.