Business, Estate & Charitable Planning • Employee & Executive Benefits • Life Insurance Brokerage

Phone: (832) 563-4455
Fax: (888) 524-1907

Our Team

Our core team of nine designers, underwriters and administrators has 267 years of experience.

Jack T. Dulworth, CLU

Jack grew up in southern Michigan and Kentucky and was drafted out of high school into the infantry during in World War II. He served in the European Theater as a B.A.R. man earning the Combat Infantry Badge and the Purple Heart. After the war, he completed high school and enrolled in Michigan State College.

Upon graduation he entered the life insurance business. He moved to Texas in 1952 worked with several life insurance companies and, in the mid 1960s, established Dulworth & Company, Inc., later to become MCG/Dulworth, Inc., specializing in Business and Estate Planning, Executive Compensation, Employee Benefits and Life Insurance Brokerage. In 2003, Jack helped arrange its sale to a major bank. Effective January 1, 2004, he resigned to re-establish Dulworth & Company, Inc. with family and additional staff.

Current and prior community service:

  • Alzheimer's Association, Advisory Board Member, past Board Member
  • Compass Bank, Past Development Board Member
  • Dulworth Family Foundation, Founder, Board Member
  • Foundation for the Retarded Inc., Board Member
  • Healthcare for The Homeless, 2006 Annual Fundraising Campaign Co-Chair
  • Houston Association of Life Underwriters, President
  • Million Dollar Round Table, Twenty-five Million Dollar Forum, Top of the Table, Life Member
  • President's Committee on Mental Retardation, appointed by Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. Bush
  • Sam Houston Area Council / Boy Scouts of America, Advisory Board Member
  • Texas Department of Mental Health and Retardation, Board Member
  • Texas Turn Pike Authority, Board Member
  • University of Texas Health Science Center, Development Board

He maintains affiliations with River Oaks Country Club, St. Anne's Church and as a Charted Life Underwriter.

Mark T. Dulworth

Mark Dulworth serves as President & CEO of Dulworth & Company, Inc. With his sister Mary Kay Dulworth and experienced colleagues, he continues in the same business lines the firm has been active in since the 1960’s. Mark and Carole have four sons.

Business & Community Affiliations:

  • The American College
  • Armenta Jewelry Design Business Advisory Board
  • Breakfast Association of Houston
  • National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
  • Registered Representative with Legacy Asset Securities, Inc.

Business & Community Affiliations:

  • Alzheimer's Association, Advisory Board Member, past Board Member
  • DePelchin Children's Center, Planned Giving Council
  • Dulworth Family Foundation, President
  • End Hunger Network, past Steering Committee Member
  • Foundation for the Retarded Inc., Vice President
  • Healthcare for The Homeless, 2006 Annual Fundraising Campaign Co-Chair
  • Houston Food Bank, past Board Member, President & Chairman
  • Sam Houston Area Council/Boy Scouts of America, Board Member
  • Southwest Health Technology Foundation, Treasurer

Mary Kay Dulworth

Mary Kay serves as Vice President. She develops client presentations, manages underwriting and client service, and oversees office administration. She has over 20 years experience in the insurance industry working in the family business. Mary Kay is an Alumnae of Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart and attended Texas Tech University and Stephen F. Austin University. She has three children and serves on volunteer committees for Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grady Middle School, and Westside High School. She is a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, as well as a veteran Committeeman. She is Board Secretary for the Dulworth Family Foundation, a member of The Federation of Italian-American Organizations of Greater Houston, and a member of the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral.


Dulworth & Company, Inc.
4635 Southwest Freeway, Suite 750
Houston, TX 77027
P: (832) 563-4455
F: (888) 524-1907