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Stewart Jacobson

District 3 Council Member

Council Member Stewart Jacobson

Stewart Jacobson was born in Chicago, Illinois and emigrated to Texas to attend the University of Texas School of Law where he earned his JD in 1984. He has been a Certified Financial Planner™ since 1988 and president of his own financial planning firm, Dearborn & Creggs, since 1989. Dearborn & Creggs is a traditional financial planning firm that also is deeply involved in the educator and municipal employee niche. “Dearborn & Creggs serves those who serve us” is one of Dearborn & Creggs’ guiding principles.

Stewart has been involved in leadership roles in many areas, both in business and in community service.

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Stewart Jacobson

City Council District 3 

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February 12, 2019

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January 28, 2019

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January 16, 2019

Stewart Jacobson Signs To Become A Candidate For District 3


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January 7, 2019



Business and Community Leader, Stewart Jacobson, files for Sugar Land City Council, District 3 
Sugar Land, TX –

With filing for district Sugar Land City Council seats opening on January 16, Stewart Jacobson announces his intent to run for the District 3 position. Jacobson also announced that longtime Sugar Creek resident and businessman, John Null, will serve as his campaign treasurer. Recent redistricting will expand the boundaries of District 3, most notably, to include the Sugar Creek neighborhood.

Filing makes the campaign official, but Stewart Jacobson has decades of business and civic involvement making him an outstanding candidate for City Council. With 30 years in the financial sector, he understands the complexities of municipal finance and the importance of keeping taxes low while ensuring property values and bond ratings stay high. 
Further, he has a depth of leadership experience serving on Boards in our community. In these roles, he has proven his ability to build relationships, gain consensus on strategies, and guide actions to move vision forward. A person of deliberate and independent thought, he will be a unifying voice on City Council.

Living in Sugar Land for 12 years and Fort Bend County for 30, Jacobson has personally experienced the growth and success of Sugar Land. He believes keeping crime and taxes low, having a fiscally sound City, improving mobility, enhancing parks, and providing excellent city services are fundamental to continued success. One of the things he appreciates the most is the diversity we enjoy. “I love learning about other cultures, religions and food. Where else can I become close friends with neighbors from all over the world? Our diversity makes Sugar Land a very special and welcoming place.”

As his experience clearly shows, Jacobson is passionate about our community. “I am keenly aware of the delicate balance between quality of life and growth and will bring a steady hand to our City government. I am excited for the opportunity to serve my neighbors in District 3 and will work hard to represent you well.”

Jacobson has held many leadership positions in Sugar Land and Fort Bend County. He is the current Chairman of the Fort Bend ISD Bond Oversight Committee and has served as Chairman (or President) of the following organizations: Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, Arc of Fort Bend, Sugar Land Exchange Club, Brazos District of the Boy Scouts of America, and First Colony MUD 10. Additionally, he is a member (or officer) of the ESCAPE Family Resource Center Board, Sugar Land PARCS Board, Sugar Land Charter Review Commission, Fort Bend ISD Facilities Steering Committee, Fort Bend County Investment Advisory Board, Central Fort Bend Chamber Alliance, and the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce.

A graduate of the University of Illinois and the University of Texas School of Law, where he earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence, Jacobson has been a Certified Financial PlannerTM since 1988. He is president of his own financial planning firm, Dearborn & Creggs, which has been located in Sugar Land for 23 years. Jacobson lives in Oyster Point with his wife of 33 years. They have three grown children and two daughters in law.

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