Chris Bryce

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Chris "Batman" Bryce

My name is Chris Bryce, but my friends call me "Batman." I've spent my entire life trying to make a difference and thinking outside the box. I continue to strive to instill integrity and altruism to those around me, and I encourage everyone to do their part to make the world a better place - one step at a time.

With dedicated resolve,


Chris Bryce was born in Michigan but raised in Georgetown, TX and developed a knack early on for technology and troubleshooting. By the age of 10, Chris was fixing lawnmowers, toaster ovens, and office equipment as a hobby. At the age of 12, Chris started his first business repairing anything from computers to ice cream makers, and by the time he was 14, Chris developed an accelerated learning program for Georgetown Independent School District as a pilot program that allowed him to graduate in 1 and 1/2 years of High School instead of the normal 4 years. The program then became a normal part of the Chip Richarte Learning Center, and Chris was deeply influential in the renaming of the school to Chip Richarte High School. While in school, Chris earned a reputation for his technological wizardry and was given the nickname, "Batman" by one of the teachers due to his knack with all sorts of gadgets. The nickname stuck, and Chris later was placed on the development team at Microsoft for the Microsoft Network (MSN) with the call sign of "Batman."

After graduating High School at 16, Chris went on to work for a successful law firm in Austin and then started his own computer retail sales and service shop in Georgetown at the age of 17. By the age of 24, Chris had operated a group of multiple computer sales and repair storefronts in Georgetown, Austin, Round Rock, Belton, and Lakeway. Chris also ventured into the music production business with a recording label and studio in Lakeway and later a retail construction company specializing in finish-outs for law firms, accounting offices, chiropractic centers, and day spas.

After running several successful businesses in the Central Texas area, Chris decided to give back to the community and began offering free computer repair house-calls to Georgetown and the surrounding areas during the entire year of 2009. In 2010, Chris went beyond the local community and volunteered to join the U.S. Army as an Officer Candidate. Unfortunately, due to a life-threatening injury during a field training exercise and lengthy hospital stay/recovery process, Chris was forced to leave his military career behind.

In September of 2010, Chris began a job in Florence as a school bus driver for the Florence Independent School District. "Mr. Chris," as the kids on the bus called him, was known for his friendly, outgoing personality and even for singing the SpongeBob Squarepants theme song with the kids from time to time. Chris served with Florence ISD for the 2010-2011 school year, and in July of 2012, Chris changed careers when he joined the Florence Police Department as a Reserve Patrol Officer. Chris quickly moved through the ranks and proved to be an integral part of the police department's community policing philosophy. Chris was appointed Police Lieutenant in June of 2014 and served the citizens of Florence until September of 2017.

Chris then went on to join the Jarrell Police Department and became the IT Director and Police Sergeant at the City of Jarrell; later serving as Interim Police Chief. Chris reinstated the National Night Out event in Jarrell as well as the Blue Santa program and has volunteered his time in the surrounding areas by reading to children at local elementary schools, singing at local nursing homes for special occasions and events, and helping Central Texas individuals and families with household projects and vehicle repairs (most times without any monetary charge). He retired in October of 2020 after earning a reputation over the years as having the following distinguishing traits:

  • Honesty
  • Reliability
  • Sincerity
  • Integrity

Chris is proud to be a part of the Georgetown and surrounding communities and looks forward to continuing to serve the community even in retirement.

My name is Chris Bryce, but my friends call me "Batman."

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