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|Fred Hofheinz campaigning at the University of Houston|
|55th Mayor of Houston|
|Preceded by||Louie Welch|
|Succeeded by||Jim McConn|
|Political party||Democratic Party|
|Alma mater||University of Texas|
After his term as mayor, he practiced law in Houston. He also served as a board member at Lucas Energy, an independent crude oil and gas company.In 1971, Hofheinz co-founded the closed circuit television company Top Rank.
|Mayor of Houston, Texas
- Hofheinz, Mayor Fred and Frank Michel. Mayor Fred Hofheinz Oral History, Houston Oral History Project, February 11, 2008.
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