Will Metcalf, a 6th generation resident of Montgomery County and an accomplished business leader, is seeking election to Texas House District 16. Metcalf has devoted his life to the people of this community. His experience in the financial sector gives Metcalf the skills to be a knowledgeable and conservative voice on behalf of the people of Montgomery County from day one. As your state representative, Metcalf will work hard to fight for our values, keeping Texas a shining example for business and job creation. Will is ready to bring a new generation of conservative leadership to the state legislature.
Metcalf is an active member of the Montgomery County community. Currently, he serves on several organizations including the board of the Conroe Industrial Development Corporation, the Greater Conroe Economic Development Council, the Conroe Family YMCA, and the Montgomery County Fair Association. Will is also a lifetime member of the NRA, the 100 Club, and a member of the Conroe Noon Lions Club, and the Friends of Conroe.
Metcalf has worked his way through the local banking industry, helping Montgomery County families and small businesses achieve their financial goals. Currently, Metcalf serves as Assistant Vice President of Spirit of Texas Bank, where he assists in leading the banks commercial lending division. Will is active in the development of our area as well, through involvement in the real estate market where he manages investments in Montgomery County and the surrounding areas.
Will Metcalf’s family has continuous roots in Montgomery County dating back to 1847. Will was born in Conroe, and is the son of Mary Ann and Tommy Metcalf. He is a product of Conroe ISD and after graduation, Metcalf attended Sam Houston State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice. Will and his wife Megan have been married for six years, and they are the proud parents of beautiful two-year old twin daughters, Amelia and Elizabeth. Megan is the Vice President of the Conroe Service League, a member of the Lake Conroe Area Republican Women, an associate member of North Shore Republican Women, and also an associate member of Montgomery County Republican Woman. Before Will and Megan had children, Megan was a special education teacher in Conroe and Montgomery ISDs. The Metcalfs attend Fellowship of Montgomery Church.