Allen Deaver is truly a rare find—a natural-born leader who has a passion to serve. A native Texan, he values friendship and camaraderie and embodies the humble, down-to-earth attitude that make the Great State of Texas what it is.
Allen was born in Midland Texas moved to Abilene with his family early on. He attended Abilene High School and shortly after graduation joined the United State Air Force where he received training as a Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Specialist. While in the Air Force, he served in the 820th Red Horse at Nellis AFB Nevada, the 8th Civil Engineering Squadron at Kunsan AFB South Korea, and finished a six year enlistment in 1992 with the 602nd TACCS at Bergstrom AFB.
After his time in the Air Force was finished, Allen worked at the Texas School for the Deaf in the Maintenance Department. It was during this time he meet the love of his life, Montie, who was working as a hairdresser at his mother’s beauty salon in Abilene. After a short courtship, they married. Allen, his new bride, and her daughter Ashley moved to Kyle in 1992. During this time, Allen worked in Maintenance for several different companies and was a Journeyman electrician for the IBEW Local 520 Austin Texas.
In 2005, Allen got his real estate license—a decision that was spurred by a sub-par experience with his realtor while purchasing his Kyle home. The process was confusing and Allen received poor loan advice, so he learned early on the importance of realtor leadership. Allen appreciates real estate because it affords him the opportunity to lead and connect with members of the community, helping others successfully navigate uncharted waters. He currently works primarily in the areas of San Marcos, Kyle, and Buda.
When Allen isn’t busy working, you can find him pursuing one of his principle passions—shooting pistols and working out at his local gym. He remains active in his local community, serving as a member of the Rotary Club, Chamber Board, and Kyle Parks and Recreation Department, among other pursuits. Allen also loves spending time with his two grandkids, Emma and Henry, who live in nearby Austin.