Gordy Bunch recently announced his filing for re-election to The Woodlands Township Board of Directors Position 1.
Facts about Gordy Bunch:
- Gordy Bunch has been a key member of The Woodlands Township Board of Directors since his first election in 2012.
- Bunch has served the board both as Treasurer and as Secretary and also serves The Woodlands as Chairman of the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
- Bunch’s high profile petition drive to defeat the $350 million bond issue that called for extension of Woodlands Parkway registered more than 6,000 signatures and the bond issue was defeated by Woodlands voters.
Bunch will continue to offer his services, experience, and expertise to the community as he files for re-election.
“I have been honored to serve The Woodlands residents over the past four years and feel now is the time for our community to step up its efforts to become a city. The fact that our county continues to ignore our Township board resolutions, resident petitions, and resident votes, requires us to move towards self-governance. I am willing to serve and continue to stand up for The Woodlands residents should voters choose to reelect me.” – Gordy Bunch
As a Residents’Advocate© Bunch has used his financial expertise to save hundreds of thousands of dollars for The Woodlands by transferring public facilities like the Waterway Cruisers to private enterprises and reducing the community’s insurance expenses by $700k per year.
Bunch quickly challenges agenda items that smack of special interests and advocates for projects that reduce expenses and taxes and improve quality of life for residents. He is also seeking more county law enforcement and traffic control for the community, a function that would operate independently in a city government.
Bunch is also president, and CEO of The Woodlands Financial Group (TWFG) that he founded in The Woodlands in 2001. TWFG has grown to become one of the top 30 insurance services agencies out of 38,000 nationally and is number one in Texas for Personal Lines. He also writes a monthly “Bunch on Business” newspaper column that appears in 565,000 homes in the Houston area.