Joe Grady Tuck is a 5th generation Bastrop County resident who served as the elected District Attorney of the 6 county 216th Judicial District of Texas. At the time of his election in 1972, Joe Grady was the youngest elected prosecutor in the country, and the State’s only Republican DA. Prior to his election, he was a staff man for the Republican Parties of Texas and Colorado, worked in the Nixon Administration, and for Republican Congressman Bill Archer of Houston.

Joe has also taught criminal justice at Shriner University in Kerrville, and taught Employment Law at the graduate school of Chapman University, in California. Joe was a founding member of the Cedar Creek Rotary Club and currently serves on the board of trustees for the Bastrop Historical Society.

Joe Grady Tuck was voted as the “Best Attorney” in the 2017 Bastrop Advertiser/Smithville Times Best of Bastrop Reader’s Choice.



Beth Hartman has worked in the title industry for 25+ years and thoroughly enjoys the challenge each new real estate transaction brings her way!  Her solution-oriented approach and positive attitude have been key in building long term, business relationships. Beth considers herself a problem-solver. She knows emotions and stress levels often run high during the course of a real estate transaction. Her goal is always to look for solutions and be a calming influence to everyone involved.  Her dedication is what makes her so successful in our industry. Beth loves all aspects of her job duties as a Closer, but the best part for her is developing trusting relationships and friendships with her realtors and clients. They know they can count on her and her team to facilitate a fun, smooth closing experience.

Beth’s love for life and desire to help others shines through with her customers. 

Beth is a native Texan that grew up in Galveston County. She has been married to her husband, Donny, for 23 years and loves spending time with him fishing in Matagorda County. Beth also adores her two children, Hunter (daughter) and Dylan (son) whom she and Donny have enjoyed raising in Bastrop County since 2006.