About Tim Greeson

I am proud to be a native Texan, born in Houston and raised right down the road in Richmond, Texas. I graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in 2005. I was born with a neuromuscular disease that resulted in being in a wheelchair for most of my teenage years. Being in a wheelchair, I learned a lot about pushing myself beyond my limits, gritty determination no matter the odds, and what it meant to be served by friends and strangers alike. As a result, I now always look for opportunities to serve others. Through much prayer and hard work, I have not used a wheelchair in over 20 years.

I moved to Sealy in 2008, and almost immediately started serving our community.

I have been a volunteer firefighter / EMT on the Sealy fire department for more than 10 years.

I have served as a structural specialist (disaster engineer) with Texas A&M Task Force 1 for more than 10 years, deploying to the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, numerous hurricanes including Hurricane Harvey, and my latest deployment to Perryton following the recent tornado.

I have helped lead worship, taught Sunday school and volunteered with vacation bible school.

I married the best wife in the world, Jessica, in 2015. Together, we have two daughters, 4 and 6 years old. I enjoy creating memories with my family, playing guitar, hunting / shooting, and making holsters.

I started my own engineering business in 2016, where I specialize in the design of boats, barges, and yachts. I am honored and grateful to have a large portion of my practice be on historical vessels including the Elissa and Battleship Texas. It is my privilege to play a large role in preserving Battleship Texas to honor the men who fought for our freedoms.