David grew up in Georgetown and played tennis in High School and at Tyler Junior College. He later graduated from Southwestern University with a business degree and served as county commissioner from 1992-2004. He was the former chair of the YMCA Metro Board and Round Rock Chamber of Commerce. He is currently on the board of the TX Baptist Children's Home, Y Metro Board, Southwestern Board of Visitors and is the Regional Vice President of First American Title.
“As commissioner, I think my two most significant contributions to the county were helping create the Williamson County Conservation Foundation ( which is a mitigation bank for the protection of endangered species) and helping create the Williamson County Park System, which we acquired and developed into several thousand acres of parks, including Berry Springs Park and the Williamson County Regional Park.”