Bellaire, “The City of Homes”, has an established, distinctive business community. While known best as a residential enclave in the midst of Houston, Bellaire is also home to over 1,000 business entities, including medical and professional practices, retailers, restaurants and financial institutions.

The commercial and financial success of that business community is important to the quality of life and stability of property values in Bellaire and near-by neighborhoods. For that reason, at the beginning of 2015, the Bellaire Business Association was formalized with the stated mission of promoting local businesses, providing professional networking opportunities and fostering local economic development.

‚ÄčThe Bellaire Business Association is incorporated in the state of Texas and as an IRS 501(c)(6) chamber of commerce. Contributions and sponsorships to the Bellaire Business Association are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. Consult your tax advisor for possible business deduction eligibility.



Chairman- Jim Vonderhaar, Griswold Home Care

Chairman Elect - Steven Vaughan DDS, Contemporary Dental

Secretary - Judy Harwell, Retired Educator

Treasurer - Ed Burdzinski

Past Chair- Kathleen Wiesenthal, Keever and Wiesenthal      


Lisa Barnes, Realtor
Kristi Coffey, The 401
Amisha Dalwadi, Dalwadi Hospitality Management
Leah Freeman, Bellaire Women’s Fitness
Adam Heghinian , Edward Jones
Mo Lopez, Bellaire Assistant Police Chief
Dan Meyer, MC Investments
John Parker, Kwik Kopy Printing
Dr. Kris Poffinbarger, Memorial Hermann Southwest
Hugh Sintic, Manager HEB Meyerland 
Christina Stone, Attorney
Tim Sullivan, ActionCoach
Brooke Thompson, ASAP
Craig Wooten, Retired from Prosperity Bank
Zen Zheng, Houston Community College

The Bellaire Business Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 5403 Bellaire Blvd #119, Bellaire, Texas 77401 


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