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Steve Baxter graduated in the upper part of his class at Richardson High School in 1970, subsequent to being selected as the Junior Class President, Junior Class Favorite, the Senior Class President and Mr. RHS.
Steve completed Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1974 with a 3.7 GPA on a 4.0 scale. He was on the Dean’s List for all semesters and majored in History with minors in Philosophy and Greek. Steve was President of Friday Evening Tape Class.
Steve has been in the real estate business in and around Dallas ever since 1977. Steve Baxter owns Oakwood Property Company.
The basketball video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N51xwTjLtFQ
Steve likes being in business with associates, because Steve values the personal relationships he has developed. He knows this is why he gains so much satisfaction in Christian ministry. He really likes people and they like him!
Watching his son Andrew Baxter play on the Pearce High School basketball team was an exciting steve baxter real estate investment property dallas time in Steve’s life.
Andrew Baxter’s Dad, Steve, was usually videoing the game since Andrew’s brother Brennan was the senior point guard. Steve noticed how animated the bench was and how much fun they were having, so he started taping the bench more than the basketball game. He created a great video that can be watched on his website. Andrew’s number was 23.
Brennan Baxter, Andrew Baxter’s older brother, was a successful basketball player. Steve enjoyed Brennan’s success equally well and has had many happy times enjoying both of his sons’ successes https://en.search.wordpress.com/?src=organic&q=Steve Baxter Dallas Real Estate Investor Expert on and off the Pearce High School basketball court.
For Andrew Baxter of Dallas, basketball was just the beginning. He was looking forward to the challenges of college. He now attends Texas Tech with his brother Brennan.
Andrew’s view is amazingly like that of his Dad, Steve, and ultimately to that of the Apostle Paul, who wrote, "Everything that was gain to me, I consider to be a loss because of Christ. ”
Furthermore, the Bible makes a challenge that goes something like this: "I call heaven and earth to record this day, that I have set before you life and death: therefore, choose life."