Brad Marshall and his wife Denise moved their 3 kids, Paige, Emily, and Nicholas to Pflugerville in 2001. A native Texan, Marshall spent over 15 years in the high tech industry, serving as Director of Client Services and CIO for Computer Sciences Corporation, before pursuing his passion of home building. Marshall is now President and CEO of Apeiron Builders Group, a family of companies that services customers in need of residential construction, commercial construction, pools and outdoor living. Marshall holds a Bachelor’s degree from Stephen F. Austin State University and a Master’s degree from The University of Phoenix.
After first joining the city’s Finance and Budget Committee in 2011, Marshall was determined to get further involved in service to the community with the intent of making a greater impact. The opportunity presented itself when the City Council Place 2 position opened up. He is passionately committed to a continued pursuit of lowering the traditionally high property taxes by working with potential businesses that might call Pflugerville home. Marshall will work to influence positive growth which will ultimately provide much needed sales tax revenue to contribute to the city’s bottom line.
Victor Gonzales is a native resident of Pflugerville and presently lives three blocks from the house he grew up in on Railroad Avenue. He holds a BA Degree from the University of Texas at Austin.
As a native of Pflugerville, Gonzales understands the hometown feeling. From a community of 272, to now more than 50,000 in population, Gonzales has been an integral part of the dynamic growth of the Pflugerville community. He is an avid proponent of “Green” initiatives, being very active in pushing Pflugerville’s first single stream recycling program to advocating for the city’s first animal control supervisor and improved facilities and expansion of the Community Library.
Gonzales is currently active in a number of public and civic organizations. He is the President of the Pflugerville Education Foundation, a member of the Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce, and was recently elected Chair of the Travis-Williamson Country Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Regional Council. He also serves as Region 10 Director for the Texas Municipal League (TML), TML Executive Committee, and is a member of Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).
Now beginning his third term in office, Gonzales has been instrumental and active in initiatives dealing with expanded economic and retail growth, as well as maintaining open communications with TxDot on infrastructure development and traffic management. Gonzales, in his six years in office, has voted to continue lowering property taxes while passing budgets designed to make a positive impact on the community and residents.
“The future of Pflugerville has just begun,” sites Gonzales, "we are on the horizon of some exciting growth and opportunities." His future goals are to promote creation of new jobs, strategic use of park land and ultimately, envisioning a multi-purpose, recreation center.