New Braunfels, August 8 – Retired Comal County Human Resources Director Robert J. Grazioli, CMSgt (Ret. USAF), MHR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, has revealed some truths about Precinct 2 County Commissioner candidate Gregory Parker who served as a Comal County Commissioner from 2005 to 2012. Grazioli saw the article about Parker in the August 8, 2017, edition of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, and reacted to Parker’s discussion concerning his own background and political philosophy.
“Greg will make a good Commissioner, and he is a conservative all the way…I think his time as Commissioner at Comal and his stints as a City Manager will help him be the best choice,” Grazioli told The Golden Hammer.
Grazioli, who is now a Professor of Human Resources at San Antonio College, added, “I read the article on Greg and it is him to a T! He doesn’t sugar coat things and he is very cost conscious in all areas. He’s not afraid of tackling the big and uncomfortable issues and doesn’t mind being the lone voice of reason. If he had stayed in New Braunfels, I believe he’d still be a Commissioner there!”
Parker moved from New Braunfels with his wife Tasha after she got a job in the Houston area.
Grazioli served as a Chief Master Sergeant in the United States Air Force in which he served on active duty from September 17, 1971 to October 1, 1998, when he retired from the military. Grazioli became the Human Resources Director for Comal County on July 21, 1999, and retired from that position on January 31, 2014, so he worked for Comal County the entire time during which Parker served on the Commissioners Court.