Patrick K. Gendron
GET TO KNOW PATRICK K. GENDRON
Patrick Gendron is a 5th generation Texan serving and representing your neighbors in the Brazos Valley area since 1997. Patrick is committed to justice and has been getting results for his clients for over 20 years. In addition, for 18 years Patrick has coordinated a mentor program out of his office pairing more than 150 college students with at-risk youth to provide our community’s children with positive Aggie role models. When not zealously advocating for clients in the courtroom, Patrick works at the family’s tomato farm in Tabor and serves as President of the Texas Certified Farmers Market Association. Patrick and his wife Alma have two daughters – the youngest, an 8 year old Founding Fathers historian, counts Thomas Jefferson as her favorite lawyer/farmer.
Patrick has deep roots in Texas whose forefathers (Perrone, Restivo, Ventura, DeLuke) were cotton farmers in the fertile Brazos Valley since the 1880s. Patrick and his father run a tomato farm in the Tabor community in the north part of Brazos County in the tradition of his Sicilian ancestors.
As an Aggie and UT School of Law graduate, Patrick Gendron has the best training combined with his vast network of resources and the experience to put at your disposal. He is tough lawyer that gets results.
Come to us first with all of your legal needs. The consultation is free if we cannot help you directly and we will put you in good hands with our network of attorney colleagues from around the State of Texas.
“Regardless of your legal needs, I can help. Whether your problem is a criminal case or serious personal injury case, my staff and I are committed to making the legal process as pleasant as possible and getting you the justice you and your family deserve.
As the son, grandson, and great grandson of Navy and Army veterans, I share a commitment to help veteran clients in particular. I am committed to making the Bryan/College Station community and surrounding area better because my family – my wife and 2 daughters – live and grow in our town.”
Patrick K. Gendron, Esq.
University of Texas School of Law
- Juris Doctor 1997
Texas A&M University
- Bachelor of Science 1994
Mr. Gendron is a trained Mediator.
- Brazos County Bar Association
- Brazos County Criminal Defense Lawyers Assoc.
State Bar of Texas Juvenile Law Section
- Council Member – Chair-Elect
- Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association – College Station CLE – Feb. 2004
- FDA 2013 Southwest Regional Retail Food Seminar – San Antonio - Sept. 2013
- 32nd Annual Juvenile Law Conference – Austin – Feb. 2019