After moving to Texas in 2001, Quinten Scott settled in Boerne and, with the birth of his second son, welcomed his first and only true Texan into the family. In the 18 years and four moves that followed, Quinten and the family decided that although ranching was not in the cards, they were determined to make a life in Texas and returned back to Boerne in 2008. Quinten and Sandy were married in 2009 and together have four boys. They have three graduates from Boerne High School and their youngest will be part of the Boerne class of 2022.
In 2000, Quinten began working as the Underwriter Manager for Generations Funding and was promoted to the Vice President only two short years later. Today, Generatis Funding is a loan servicing company that manages consumer loan portfolios for small investors. Simultaneously, Quinten is the managing partner in Farm & Ranch Publishing, LLC. Acquired in 2015, this small publisher has two printed titles: Texas Farm & Ranch and also Farm & Ranch, which is their national title. The company consists of a remote workforce: most from Texas and a handful of other states with the home office in Boerne. In his spare time, Quinten is involved with the youth in the community. He has volunteered for many years with Scouts, various little leagues and volunteers with his church to serve throughout Boerne and surrounding areas.
Quinten has always believed in meeting people first hand and being an active member of the community. As he ran for the special election to complete the remaining term of District 3, he knocked on about two-thirds of the doors in his district and attended many public events and forums. He discussed property taxes, public safety improvements, responsible development, and his thoughts on a comprehensive mobility plan that includes not only investments in our roads, but also sidewalks, bike paths, and trails. These are the conversations he wants to continue to have and ultimately implement for the City of Boerne.