Welcome to The City of Red Lick, Texas

Term ends in November 2023.

Alderman, Place 5

I have been a resident of Red Lick since 1987 and practicing law in this area for almost 40 years.  I was first elected Mayor to the City of Red Lick in 1997, serving 9 years in that position.  Elected to serve again as Alderman in November 2018. Serving as Mayor Pro Tem since March 2021.   Married to Terri. 

A 1996 Graduate of Texas High School.  A 2002 Graduate of TAMUT. My family settled in Bowie County in the 1800's and we first moved to Red Lick in 1996.  My wife Kelli and our children moved back to Red Lick in 2008. I began my career in banking in 2000 and am currently with Guaranty Bank and Trust  as President of the Texarkana Market. 

Term ends in November 2022

I grew up in Linden, TX where I learned to appreciate small town values. My wife Lisa went to Red Lick ISD and all three of our children attended school here at some point. Her mother is a retired teacher from RLISD. We moved here in 2015 and run the Ironwood Grill in Texarkana. 

Joe Williams

Mark Patterson

Alderman, Place 1


Term ends in November 2023.

Elected to serve as Alderman in November 2019.  Owner of Patterson Camera in Texarkana.  Married to Julie and have 2 children, Hannah and Conner.

I grew up in Valliant, OK and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1996 with a degree in Chemical Engineering.  I have worked in the paper industry since 1999, living in Oklahoma, Louisiana and Oregon before moving to Red Lick in 2008 to work in sales to paper mills in the area.  My wife Dee Dee and I have two daughters, Morgan and Gracie and are members of Hardy Memorial First United Methodist Church.

Alderman, Place 3

Term ends in November 2023

Justin White

Craig McDuffie

Alderman, Place 4

Term ends in November 2022

Terms of office are for two consecutive years and elections are held every year.  During even years, the Mayor, and Aldermen Places 3 and 4 are elected.  During odd years, Aldermen Places 1, 2 and 5 are elected.  In a type A Municipality, if one office is vacated, the council may appoint a replacement to fill the remainder of the term, but if more than one vacancy occurs at the same time, a special election must be called to fill those vacancies. Applying for a place on the ballot requires residency inside the city limits for a specified amount of time.  There is no filing fee.  Applications may be picked up at City Hall during specified times.

Michael Peek

Alderman, Place 2