State Sen. Brandon Creighton Honored by Statewide Trade Association with Outstanding Legislator Award
AUSTIN – The Texas Land Title Association (TLTA), one of the state’s oldest trade associations, honored state Sen. Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe) with TLTA’s Outstanding Legislator Award during TLTA’s Annual Conference and Business Meeting in Lost Pines.
“Senator Creighton shares our commitment to small business and protecting Texans’ property rights,” said Leslie Midgley, Executive Vice President and CEO of TLTA. “We are pleased to honor him with this award recognizing his outstanding service to the citizens of Texas.”
Creighton began his legislative service in the Texas House in 2007, and he was sworn in to represent Senate District 4 in 2014. He is chairman of the Senate Higher Education Committee and the Select Committee on Texas Ports. He also serves on the Senate’s Business & Commerce, Property Tax and State Affairs Committees.
Creighton is a lawyer and an eighth-generation Montgomery County resident.
Founded in 1908, the Texas Land Title Association (TLTA) is a statewide trade association representing the Texas title insurance industry and currently serving nearly 15,000 professionals involved in the safe and efficient transfer of real estate. In the course of their daily work, our membership serves over a million consumers each year. With active members in 253 of 254 Texas counties, TLTA membership comprises over 85 percent of the title insurance agents and underwriters licensed to do business in Texas. For more information about TLTA, visit www.tlta.com