|Full Name||Debbie Riddle|
|Education||A.A., Southwestern University.|
Deborah Riddle is the representative of Texas’ House District 150, first elected in 2002.
Riddle is serving as the vice chair of the Juvenile Justice & Family Issues and sits on the Calendars and the Energy Resources committees.She previously served as the chair of the Select Committee on Criminal Procedure Reform, and as a member of the Corrections and Transportation committees.
Riddle has served the Republican Party as the Harris County Republican Party’s Finance Committee vice chairwoman and as the Texas Federation of Republican Women’s chairwoman. She is also past president of the Texas Tea Party of Republican Women and has served on the board of the Spring Independent School District’s Education Foundation and Klein Independent School District’s Education Foundation. She has also served on the board of the Jewish Institute of National Security Affairs out of Washington, D.C.
Riddle has an associate degree from South Texas Junior College and attended Southwestern University in Georgetown.
She was raised in Houston and worked as a realtor, volunteer firefighter, volunteer EMT, Cub Scout den mother, and preschool Sunday School teacher at Champion Forest Baptist Church.
She and husband Mike have three children and operate their family business, R&R Horse Farms.
Information in this bio was provided by Riddle's office.
Last updated: March 21, 2015.