Room E2.908, Capitol Extension
P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
(512) 463-1765 FAX
635 East King Avenue
Kingsville, Texas 78363
(361) 595-1755 FAX
500 E. Main St. Suite 30010B Alice, Texas 78332
905 Dallas St
Portland, TX 78374
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|12/12/12||Lozano, J. M.||Texas Association of Business on Public Education||26 minutes||RealPlayer|
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J. M. Lozano, at the age of 29, was elected to the Texas House of Representatives in November 2010. He was sworn in on January 11, 2011, to begin serving District 43 which includes Jim Hogg, Brooks, Kleberg, Kenedy and Willacy Counties as well as part of Cameron County.
J. M. was raised in Premont, Texas where he attended public schools K-12. Upon his graduation from Premont High, J. M. chose to attend The University of Texas at Austin, receiving a Bachelor degree in Government. While at UT, J. M. was a member of the University of Texas Mock Trial Team, the Student Association and the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Also, during his time at UT, J. M. interned in State Senator Truan's office, further whetting his interest in public service.
After graduating from UT in 2003, J. M. moved to McAllen, Texas to begin work in the office of U.S. Congressman Ruben Hinojosa. It was while living in McAllen that he met his wife-to-be: Avelina "Abby" Rodriguez. After they married, the couple moved to San Antonio where both pursued and received their Master's Degrees. J. M. received his Master's in Business Administration from The University of Incarnate Word. The Lozanos have two children, Penelope, 3 and J.M. III, 1 and a half year old .
Entering the business world, J. M. began with one Wingstop Restaurant in Kingsville where he and his family live. He then expanded into a second operation in Alice, with a third operation on the horizon.
J. M. maintains his commitment to his community through a variety of activities. He is a member of the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary Club, the Lions Club and the Kingsville Economic Development Council (EDC). As a member of the Next Generation Kingsville, J. M. works to draw in other young leaders in the city to become more involved in the community. He is a baseball enthusiast and supports local little league baseball teams.
As a legislator, J. M. is looking forward to serving his constituents, while advancing the growth and development of the counties in House District 43.last updated on 05/12/2011