Nancy Rabb first moved to Round Rock in 1965 when there were 1,800 residents. The owner of Wag-A-Bag, Inc., she opened her first store with her husband, Virgil Rabb, in 1964 which at that time was the first commercial building to be built in Round Rock in 65 years. Together, they raised their family in what is now The Rabb House on Brushy Creek, which they donated to the City of Round Rock to be used as a park facility. A lifelong volunteer, Nancy has been a committed public servant to the Round Rock community. In 1976 she received the Outstanding Citizen of the Year award from the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce. She continues to serve the community through Palm Valley Lutheran Church, the Round Rock YMCA Branch Board of Williamson County, the Justice Council, Round Rock Woman’s Club, Round Rock Kiwanis, Williamson County Life Steps Board of Directors, and various Chambers of Commerce of Central Texas cities. Nancy is a founding member of the Greater Round Rock Community Foundation.
“Philanthropic giving is the way we take care of the present and future needs of our community. Charitable gifts managed in a foundation can help each of us make a difference and leave a lasting legacy. It’s exciting to be a part of building the future and at the same time continuing the tradition of giving back to the community. This foundation is comprised of individuals, companies, families and charitable organizations who all have a common goal and that is to make a difference by supporting their causes.” Nancy Rabb