The 33rd and 424th Judicial Districts District Attorney’s Office is proud to announce and welcome Rebecca Lange as its newest Assistant District Attorney. Ms. Lange comes to us after completing a four-year mobilization in the U.S. Army Reserve, first at Ft. Hood in Killeen and then at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio. These mobilizations prompted her family, husband-Steve Lange and daughter-Chancey, to move from Flower Mound, Texas to Llano in order to be closer to the military facilities and enjoy a smaller community in the Hill Country. She also has a daughter, Alesia, who lives in Flower Mound and a son, Seth, attending school at Texas State University. She has 26 years of combined active and reserve service and has attained the rank of Colonel. Currently she is the Chief, Physical Therapy Services, Reserve Component and anticipates retiring from the U.S. Army Reserve this Fall. Rebecca brings with her a wide range of organizational and professional skills attained through many years of managing and operating rehabilitation programs and more recently a private law practice. Ms. Lange received her JD from Texas Wesleyan University (now A&M School of Law) and her MPT from the U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Physical Therapy. We are pleased to have Rebecca on board. “I had actually considered Rebecca a few years back but felt her military involvement would interfere with critical trial settings since being in the military takes priority. At this time her leadership qualities are a plus with our complicated district arrangement. Coupled with her enthusiasm for the law and prosecution, she will be a great asset and will be able to make a quick contribution to my office,” said Sam Oatman District Attorney.