Rick Eisenbach is a native of San Angelo, Texas and holds a BBA in Marketing from the University of Texas in Austin. He was married to Kathy in 1971 and they have five children – four boys, one girl, and three grandchildren.
Rick served from 1968 to 1974 in the U.S. Army Reserves.
His work experience includes holding the position of President and Managing Partner of Clarklift of Wichita Falls from 1976 to 1985, and was the second youngest principal in the 79-year history of the Clark Equipment Company dealer network. He was honored with the President’s Award by Clark Equipment Company in 1982.
In 1985 he purchased a mechanical contracting business in Tyler, Texas and ran that company until organizing the company, along with a national group of 123 other mechanical contracting businesses throughout the U.S., into a conglomerate entity known as Service Experts, Inc., and participated in taking the 123 member conglomerate onto the Nasdaq Stock Exchange in 1998.
In 2002, Rick started a consulting business in the field of power management working with commercial businesses throughout Texas in the area of natural gas and electricity procurement. He is currently engaged full time in this business with two of his four sons under the name Eisenbach Consulting, LLC.
Rick’s political and public service background includes volunteer service to the Tyler Special Olympics; Sunday School teacher: Faith Baptist Church, Wichita Falls, TX and Green Acres Baptist Church, Tyler, TX; volunteer – Gospel Village ministry; volunteer member of the Tyler ISD Strategic Planning Committee; volunteer Instructor – Ambassadors of Compassion; volunteer–East Texas Cornerstone Assistance Network ; member Tyler Half Cent Sales Tax Board; member – Smith County Republican Club; and delegate to three successive Texas State Republican Conventions.
Rick states that his personal convictions are strong and deeply held ….says Eisenbach “My driving convictions and deepest desires are to love and honor God in every part of my life, to love, protect and support my family and to do everything within my power to do my part in installing conservative values in every part of government, which translate to conservative policies in each segment of government: local, state and national.”
In recent years Eisenbach has been active as the Leader of the GAWTP TISD Watchdog Group—a group organized and chartered with the responsibility of holding the Tyler Independent School District, and their Board of Trustees, accountable to the district’s single responsibility of delivering a quality education to all of the children and young people within the district—an education that equips students for college or career and for society, and which delivers all of this efficiently and at a minimum cost to the taxpayers.