|Full Name||Bob Hall|
|Occupation||Retired consultant, veteran|
|Education||B.S., The Citadel|
Bob Hall is the Texas State Senator for District 2.
He is serving on the Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs, Natural Resources & Economic Development, Transportation and Veteran Affairs & Military Installations committees as well as the vice chair of the Subcommittee on Border Security.
Senator Hall graduated from The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina with a degree in Electrical Engineering and received a Regular Commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the US Air Force. While a cadet at the Citadel he received numerous awards for leadership. He was the only Air Force Cadet selected to be a Battalion Commander and was awarded the coveted Wade Hampton saber as the graduating cadet who had contributed the most to the Citadel during the four years he was a cadet, and was listed in "Who's Who In American Colleges" his Senior year. Upon graduation, Bob began his active duty as a Systems Engineer working to develop the Minuteman Missile System during the Cold War at Norton AFB in California, where he achieved the rank of Captain.
After the Air Force he worked in the Aerospace industry as a systems engineer and business development manager. In 1982 he left the corporate world and began working as an independent proposal consultant to aerospace and defense corporations. Then in 1984 he formed his own company, Professional Proposal Management, Inc., which remains a family owned small business today.
Hall and his wife Kay, have three sons.
Information in this bio was provided by Hall's office.
Last updated: March 22, 2015.