• December 19, 2014

Doris Mims-Owens other


My name is Doris Mims-Owens age 64. I arrived in Killeen, Texas in 1965. My dad was stationed in the military at Ft. Hood. I married SFC John B. Owens after two

Tours in Germany and tours stateside I finally returned to Killeen. SFC Owens is with the Lord. I am the proud mother of four daughters, LaChelle, Donnie, Julia, Charlisse and her husband, Kori Newbell. I am especially proud of six grandsons, three great-grandsons, and three grand-daughters. Dad is with the Lord. My dearest sweet mom is still here with us. I thank God for the 84 years he has blessed her with.



Schools attended and graduated:

Nolan Jr. High, Killeen High

Central Texas College-Killeen, Texas

Certificate of Completion-Business Administration

Central Texas College-Killeen, Texas

Associate Degree-General Studies

Central Texas College-Killeen, Texas

Associate of Science Degree

Labor Law Continue Education (CEU)-St. Edwards University, Austin, Texas

Current Academic Program-College of Business Administration-Bachelor of Science-Major: Administrative Systems

Texas A&M University-Central Texas-Killeen, Texas- A Senior

Currently employed as a Substitute Teacher for Killeen Independent School District



Doris Mims-Owens served on numerous boards by the appointment of the Killeen City Council to represent the citizens of Killeen 2003-2013:

Board of Adjustment-Zoning

Board of Adjustment-Fire Prevention Code

Killeen Volunteer Corps-A Director

Killeen Volunteer, Inc.

And she has recently been nominated and unanimously approved to serve a second term as Treasurer for the Killeen Sister Cities, Inc. Board of Directors 2014-2016.



Served on community service projects during Make a Difference Day: Food Drive:

Eastside Baptist Mission, Killeen Food Care Center, Mission Soup Kitchen two additional projects: Jesus Hope and Love Homeless Mission and Killeen Cemetery Trash Pick-Up, Martin Luther King (MLK) March-Coordinator, Election Judge, Precinct Chair.

I Support Our Troops and Families. I have a passion for serving the citizens of this great community and it will be an honor to serve as their Councilmember-At-Large. To God Be the Glory!



I Joined The Cathedral of Central Texas Christian House of Prayer December 4, 2007. New member class was completed January 16, 2008.

Bishop Holcomb and Pastor Val have no respecter of a person. They preach and teach the word-“It’s All About Him”. In their preaching and teaching they are showing you how to put away old things and behold when you give your life to God all things become new. I have been serving in the Prayer Practitioner and Healing Clinic for seven years with Dr. Sandra Hilliard. I also participate in the Intercessory Prayer with Elder Solomon. Julia is a graduate of The Sonship School, Donnie served on the counselor ministry before she was deployed on contract and Charlisse served on the Unseen Hands before she re-located to San Antonio.



Heroines of Jericho-E.L. Downing Court No. 237-Killeen, Texas

Master Mason Daughter 3rd Degree-Letha Hardeman Court-Killeen, Texas

Order of Eastern Star (OES)-Letha Hardeman Court-Killeen, Texas

NAACP Supporter-Baltimore, MD Headquarters

United Negro College Fund Supporter-Fairfax, Va. Headquarters

NAACP Member Beeville, Texas-1997

Wreaths across America-Location Leader-Willing Workers Cemetery-Rosebud, Texas

Zeta Phi Beta-Zeta AMICAE Chapter-Charter Member-Established December 17, 2005

Last but not least-As I go through the election process, I give the people a word from the Lord. On Sunday, February 9, 2014 Bishop spoke in relation to Shadrack, Meshach, and Abed-nego. As in Daniel chapter 3:17-18 I firmly believe that God is able to allow me to win this election but if not I will still have God The father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit and I can start all over again. To God Be the Glory! Amen.

Race Information

Election Year
Election Level
Election Type
Elizabeth A Blackstone Jonathan Okray Juan Rivera

Killeen At-Large Seats 100%


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