Life-long Angleton resident, Shannon Tigner, graduated with honors in 1988 from Angleton High School where she lettered in volleyball, basketball, and track. That competitive spirit and discipline helped her win a softball scholarship to St. Mary’s University where she again graduated with honors. Once she completed undergrad, Shannon entered law school at St. Mary’s and graduated in 1995. After passing the bar the same year, she returned to her hometown.
For more than 20 years Shannon has practiced law in Brazoria County and as her family grew, so did her sense of community. She volunteers as a baseball and basketball coach for her sons - Caleb and Reagan- teams. Additionally, Shannon served as PTO President for a season.
Her sense of community began as a child when she watched her grandfather carry out his duties for more than a decade as a County Judge. Public service is a family vocation. Her aunt, Ro’Vin Garrett, was elected and has served as Brazoria County’s Tax Assessor-Collector since 2001- the first woman to hold that position since 1918. Not only do Shannon’s Brazoria County roots run deep, so does her commitment to serve the people within it.
With that dedication and focus, she teamed with Brooks Bass, since they shared a people-first philosophy. Together their combined expertise makes the most efficient team to serve clients. In 2010 they formed Bass and Tigner, P.C. specializing in criminal and family law with proficiencies in social security claims, wills, estates, and personal injury.