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The Stephen F. Austin monument at Sugar Land Town Square

The Stephen F. Austin Monument at Sugar Land Town Square depicts Austin emerging from the Brazos River on horseback. His horse rearing, Austin struggles to lead a packhorse stumbling in the river’s current, represented by the surrounding fountain waters. A portrayal of the struggles of settlement and colonization, Sugar Land’s monument pays homage to Austin, whose original Texas colony encompassed what is today Fort Bend County.

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SFC Nathan Chapman Memorial

This memorial is dedicated to the memory of SFC Nathan Ross Chapman, the first American soldier killed by enemy fire in Afghanistan in the War on Terror, January 4, 2002.

The memorial was presented to the citizens of Williamson County by the SFC Nathan Chapman Memorial Fund on the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took the lives of thousands in New York City, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania.  May they never be forgotten, and may the heroes here memorialized live forever in the hearts of all Americans and of all freedon-loving people everywhere.



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Christ, the Good Shepherd

"Christ, the Good Shepherd" stands as the centerpiece of the Hope Garden at Sugar Land First United Methodist Church. In 1989 Pack presented the collector size of this piece to Pope John Paul II at his summer residence, Castel Gondolfo. Limited editions of "The Good Shepherd" are available for purchase. See the Collectibles page.



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The Guardian

Located at the new police headquarters in the city of Sugarland, Texas,“The Guardian”, depicts a police officer in full uniform, looking straight ahead with confidence as his right hand rests on a little boy’s shoulder. The boy, holding a book in his right hand, reflects the importance the community places on education.


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Hilmar Moore Statue

The Historical Richmond Association commissioned Mr. Pack to sculpt a life-size statue of Hilmar Moore, mayor of Richmond. Mr. Moore holds the distinction of serving as mayor of Richmond for 60 years, the longest serving mayor in the United States. The statue stands on Morton St. in Richmond, Tx.


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Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus life-size bronzes


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Robert T. (“Bobby”) Jones

The larger-than-lifesize bronze will is cast in a limited edition of twelve (12) and will be offered to select clubs worldwide. Collector sized bronzes, which will serve as the model to the monument.

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