As a co-owner of Texas Secure Title Company, LLC and Partner at McAlister & Garcia, Attorneys at Law, Martin is fueled by the Dallas/Fort Worth real estate market and locale. In less than five years, the title company has grown to nine locations and hovers around sixty employees, but he knows that this is only the beginning.
For his works in real estate, the legal community and in Fort Worth, Martin has often been featured in Fort Worth Magazine as a Top Attorney, named one of Fort Worth’s Most Influential People and has been a Thomson Reuters Super Lawyer for three years and counting.
In the community, Martin is the President-Elect of the Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, an association that engages in community service and mentoring opportunities. He is also a Board of Trustee member for the Texas Land Title Association Political Action Committee. However, he is most passionate about teaching real estate and legal continuing education classes in D/FW to his many friends, clients and colleagues.
Martin thinks he coined the term “Double-Ram,” although it could be debated that he was not the FIRST person to graduate from both Texas Wesleyan University and Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. Nevertheless, Martin owes much of his success to both schools and the top-notch faculty for what they provided to and for him. A 2009 alumnus of the historic campus and 2012 alumnus of the law school, he now attempts to “give some of the selflessness he was taught” back to the students – visiting with them several times throughout the semester.
When not wearing many of the hats described above, Martin can be found with his wife Katy, their three “puppy-dogs” Jack, Ollie and Skye, on the golf course, or on a plane – heading towards the next adventure.
About the Alumni Medal Dinner
Each year, Texas Wesleyan University honors distinguished alumni and friends. Their achievements and contributions are amazing reflections of the University, and we are honored to celebrate them each year. Join us as we recognize Martin Garcia as this year’s Young Alumnus Achievement Award recipient.
The Alumni Medal Dinner is at the Colonial Country Club Friday, Nov. 2. The reception begins at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and a program emceed by Congressman Marc Veasey ’95 at 7 p.m. The event is open to all alumni, friends and faculty and staff, and tickets are $65 per person. Register online by Oct. 26.