Robert L. "Bob" Brewton is president of Brewton Investment Corporation (BIC), a capital investment firm located in Houston. BIC has numerous investments in multifamily and resort real estate, mezzanine level venture capital and asset-based loans. Prior to forming BIC, Mr. Brewton was a senior partner and chief investment officer of Residential Company of America, a real estate investment and management company covering the southern United States. He also was a founding director of Fidelity National Bank and has been involved with the Urban Land Institute and the National Multi-Housing Council.
Mr. Brewton has served as director and executive committee member of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and is on the board of The Foundation for Tomorrow, a nonprofit organization for establishing the Yellowstone Academy, a faith-based private school serving low-income families in Houston's inner city. Active in the Second Baptist Church, Mr. Brewton is involved in the Second Baptist School where he has chaired its annual "Soar" fund raising campaign and been president of the School's Parents Association. Mr. Brewton holds a 1974 BBA degree in finance from Baylor University. His wife Cathron (Snider), has a 1975 Baylor University degree.