A Dapper Dinner: Community Strong
(formally known as our Legacy of Men Awards) is a laid back evening filled with Texas charm that is the perfect start to the weekend.
River Ranch Stockyards sets the scene as we recognize one of Tarrant County’s finest gents, Troy Moncrief, and enjoy an evening filled with dining, dancing, live music, open bar and outdoor lawn games. We hope that you will join us May 19th for a fun night out supporting SafeHaven!
Meet Troy Moncrief, the 2017 Man of the Year!
Having lived in the Fort Worth area the majority of his life, Troy is well established and well respected in the community. He began his career in the title business in 2003 in business development. Since then, he has moved up through the ranks and handles many aspects of the business. He is currently the president of The Baker Firm / Fidelity National Title office in Fort Worth.
Troy learned early on that the way to generate business is to make deals happen rather than simply be a part of the closing process. With this philosophy in mind, he has been instrumental at bringing brokers, buyers, sellers, developers, lenders and investors together to make countless deals happen that wouldn’t have otherwise materialized. He is extremely hands on and always strives to go the extra mile to take care of every customer and transaction, and he expects the same from everyone in the company. He also owns and operates a family real estate business in his spare time.
Troy has served on many boards and committees in the area and the nation, mostly those that benefit children. Some of his past and current affiliations are Alliance for Children, The Fort Worth Sportsmen’s Club, Camp Fire, Meals on Wheels, The Fort Worth SWAT Support Group, Ducks Unlimited and Speedway Children’s Charities. One of Troy’s favorite charities is the CAST for Kids Foundation where he is not only a board member, but shares his love of fishing by organizing an annual fishing event for children that are oncology patients at Cook Children’s Medical Center.
He is not one to take a passive role, but instead feels it is imperative to take action in order to make a real difference. His enthusiasm and dedication is apparent as he has been recognized with past awards such as the 40 Under 40 award given by the Fort Worth Business Press, the President’s Award from the Speedway Children’s Charities and the Dottie Pletch “Extra Mile” Award given by the Society of Commercial Realtors.
Troy graduated from R.L. Paschal High School in Fort Worth and received his Bachelor’s Degree from TCU where he is currently on the Advisory Board for the Bob Schieffer College of Communication. Troy’s son was recently accepted to TCU and he hopes that his daughter will follow suit next year. He is one proud papa!
He is married and lives in Aledo with his wife and two children.