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Tom Stacy, to Address CTX' Graduates

Austin Business Leader, Tom Stacy, to Address CTX' Graduates on May 3

 

Austin real estate mogul Tom Stacy, president and founder of T. Stacy & Associates and co-founder of CapRidge Partners, will present the commencement address to the Concordia University Texas spring graduating class of 2014 at Riverbend Centre on Saturday, May 3 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Stacy, who is a past Excellence in Leader Gala honoree and current member of the Concordia University Texas Foundation Board, has played a key role in advocating, raising funds and cultivating relationships for the University over the past few years.

Stacy is also a leader in the Central Texas real estate market, with more than 37 years of experience in acquiring, managing and enhancing the value of property in Austin. He founded the full-service commercial real estate firm, T. Stacy & Associates, in 1994, and he joined forces with Steve Leblanc to co-found the Austin-based real estate investment firm, CapRidge Partners, in 2012.

Stacy is a community leader and has played an important role in successfully guiding Austin’s growth by joining and serving on several key city and community boards. He is vocal about the role his strong Christian faith plays in his daily life, both personally and professionally. For this reason, he was honored with the 2nd annual Concordia University Texas Excellence in Leadership Award in 2008.

Stacy lives in Austin with his wife, Melinda, and they have two children: Niccole Crank and Christopher Tom Stacy (deceased 1999). They have four grandchildren. He and his family attend Austin Baptist Church in Austin.

Commencement services are free and open to the public. Seating is limited, so early arrival is recommended. Doors may be closed once the service begins to avoid disruption. For more information, visit www.concordia.edu/commencement.  

Posted by melinda.brasher@concordia.edu • Apr. 29, 2014

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