Tricia Krenek is a lifelong Texan, wife and mother who is running to represent District 28 in the Texas House of Representatives. As a community leader, volunteer, and public servant, Tricia has a proven record of delivering results.
A Proud Wife, Mother & Small Business Owner
Tricia Krenek is a lifelong Texan, wife and mother. She and her husband Ed own a boutique law firm specializing in civil litigation and business consulting.
Tricia graduated from the University of St. Thomas earning both a BBA and MBA in accounting prior to obtaining her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. She has studied abroad as an undergraduate at the University of Reading in England and then as a law student at the University of Innsbruck in Austria under the late United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Tricia and Ed Krenek have a beautiful blended family of eight including her four wonderful stepchildren, one granddaughter and the family dog. The Kreneks are active in their local Church and proud to call Fort Bend County home.
A Proven Conservative
In 2018, Tricia ran for Fort Bend County Court of Law Number 3, winning the Republican Primary and carrying the vote in House District 28. She was caught up in the blue wave of 2018 that saw Republicans lose countywide in the General Election.
Tricia is active in the Fort Bend Republican Party and the Republican Women’s Club of Katy. She is a member of the Fort Bend Republican Women’s Club, Fort Bend Young Republicans and a former Precinct Chair. She is President-Elect of the Brazos River Rotary, Life Member of the Fort Bend County Fair Association, and has volunteered with numerous organizations including the Fulshear Police Foundation, Family Hope, American Red Cross, Fort Bend Recovers, Keep Fulshear Beautiful and Texas Right to Life.
A Record of Service and Results
In addition to her legal and business experience, Tricia has a proven record of service and results for Fort Bend County. Motivated by her desire to serve the community, Tricia was elected to two terms on the Fulshear City Council (2014-2018) where she also served as Mayor Pro Tem and focused on developing policies to efficiently and effectively provide governmental services and infrastructure, spur economic development, improve local quality of life, and foster the values important to the residents. She also fought to keep property taxes low. In two terms on the Fulshear City Council, Tricia fought to reduce the property tax rate by nearly 20%.
She is a member of the State Bar of Texas, College of the State Bar (an honorary society of lawyers who are among the best trained attorneys in Texas), Fort Bend County Bar Association, Fulshear-Katy Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Katy Lady Lawyers Society.