Bryan J. Guymon was born in Sitka, Alaska, grew up in Providence, Utah, and moved to Texas as fast as he could. He completed his undergraduate work at Utah State University, where he graduated cum laude with Bachelor of Art degrees in History and International Studies with a minor in Russian. In 2006, Bryan and his family moved to Lubbock, Texas to attend Texas Tech University School of Law where he graduated cum laude with his Doctor of Jurisprudence and Master of Science in Personal Financial Planning degrees. After graduation, Bryan and his family moved to Pampa, Texas to join the Underwood office in Pampa. He is thrilled to be living and working in the Texas Panhandle.
Bryan enjoys golfing, fly fishing, camping and especially spending time with his wife Janelle and five children, Joshua, Grace, Hannah, Henry, and Jeremiah.
In addition to his focus areas of municipal law and immigration law, being in the Pampa office with Ken Fields allows Bryan the opportunity to focus on municipal law and immigration law as well as to maintain a broad-based general practice of law.