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About Harold Froehlich

When Harold served in the Army, he was always sure to help young officers become leaders. He continued this practice as an Asset Manager, helping families save and invest. Harold has a long, successful record of planning for the future.

Since we elected Harold to the council, he’s used his financial background to protect taxpayers, balance the city budget and wisely invest in street repairs. Harold has worked hard to preserve our Farmers Branch way of life, revitalize our neighborhoods, fight crime and attract good-paying jobs.

Harold and his family have lived in Farmers Branch on Braemar Drive for 30 years. Like most Farmers Branch citizens, Harold and his wife, Kathy, spends the majority of their time working, managing their daily lives and raising their children. Harold and Kathy have spent many years involved in local PTA, Baseball, Football and Boy Scouts in Farmers Branch. Both their sons attended CFBISD schools. Harold’s oldest, Justin, served 10 years in the United States Air Force and now attends Texas A&M. Their youngest, Jeff, recently graduated from Texas A&M.

Harold’s traditional family background is truly representative of many of our citizens and their lifestyles.

BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

  • Vice President/Real Estate Asset Manager for Major National Bank
  • 35 years of Financial and Business Experience with Major Financial and Real Estate Institution
  • Graduate, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
  • 22 years U.S. Army and Army Reserves, retired Major
  • Member, Farmers Branch Chamber of Commerce
  • Former Farmers Branch Planning and Zoning Commissioner
  • Member, Trinity Common Vision Steering Committee
  • Current Mayor Pro-Tem of Farmers Branch

Farmers Branch has been blessed by the past efforts of our City Leaders.  We enjoy one of the lowest City property tax rates in the Metroplex. Harold will continue to support the City Staff’s Economic Development efforts to bring in new businesses.  Businesses generate approximately 80% of the City’s property tax revenue, which allows us to enjoy exceptional city services and low taxes.