John Daugherty, Realtors Welcomes Alicia Garrison
Posted by Roseann Rogers — July 22, 2015
HOUSTON, TX - Native Houstonian Alicia Garrison, a life-long resident of Tanglewood and Briargrove, offers a wealth of knowledge and guidance about those neighborhoods and their surrounding areas, Memorial, and the River Oaks area. Her integrity, honesty, reliability and thoroughness, combined with a positive attitude, gives her the tools to make any real estate transaction a pleasant experience. Alicia is valuable resource for a loyal and growing network of clients in all aspects of residential real estate from starter homes through the luxury market. She also has an informed interest in custom construction and home design.
Alicia graduated from The Kinkaid School and earned a BA in speech communications from the University of Texas at Austin. As a college student, she interned for United States Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison in Washington, D.C., and worked at the Texas State Capital in Austin for Congressman Tom Craddick, Ways and Means Chairman and ultimately Speaker of the House.
After graduation from college, Alicia drew on her event-planning experience in Washington and Austin to work for The Bauer House, the official residence of the Chancellor of The University of Texas. She discovered her love and talent for residential real estate sales when she switched career tracks to work for her father-in law at Mary Nell Garrison Realtors in Austin.
Alicia is married and the mother of two teenage sons who attend The Kinkaid School. She is an active parent volunteer at school events and projects and is a past alumni board member. Alicia is also a past member of The Children’s Fund Houston where she also served as a board member. When her busy work schedule permits, Alicia enjoys time with family and friends, movies, home design, yoga, and
Henry attended Loyola University in New Orleans and NROTC at Tulane University. He entered a career as an officer in the United States Navy where he served on four different ships with assignments in Norfolk, VA, Patuxent River, MD, Newport, RI, Charleston, SC, and Naples, Italy. Completing his career in the Navy, Henry and his family made their new home Houston to start a career in the corporate world. They lived in Houston for seven years and relocated as he advanced in the service industry.