|You are invited to Mayor Allen Owen’s Fund Raiser/Rally|
Host:Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Spencer
Address: 2216 Waterford Village Blvd.
Missouri City, TX 77459
Date: April 10, 2010
Time:3:00 PM until 6:00 PM
About Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen
Mayor Allen Owen is Missouri City’s tenth mayor since the City’s incorporation back in 1956. Mayor Owen’s profile shows his family’s long term involvement for more than 32 years as a husband, father and grandfather, homeowner, businessman and civic leader and volunteer in ever aspect of Missouri City community life.
Missouri City is where Mayor Owen dedicates his time and expertise towards the development of a community he and his wife of 42 years, Jane, reared their three children. Before becoming mayor in 1994, Mayor Owen served as a Planning and Zoning Commissioner for five years and later as a Council Member for eight years having also served as Mayor Pro Tem.
From the beginning of Mayor Owen’s association with Missouri City, he has been highly visible in a growing community he shares with residents whose population numbers an estimated 65,000. Since then, Mayor Owen has continued working towards building a strong economy evidenced by attracting quality residential and commercial development to the area. The leader of a visionary community, Mayor Owen serves as a Market Area District Manager for Wells Fargo Bank of Texas and spends a great deal of his time with many of the residents on a daily basis. His community involvement includes tireless volunteer hours with the YMCA, United Way, March of Dimes and many other organizations. He serves on the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, Fort Bend Womens Center, Fort Bend Literacy Council, Fort Bend Fair Association and holds a Vice-Chairman post on the Fort Bend Community Justice Council. He is also a Life-Time Vice-President and Director of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, Past-President of the Texas 4H Foundation, and President of the Asian American Family Counseling Center.
Owen graduated from Southern Methodist University’s Graduate School of Finance and Banking and from Stephen F. Austin State University
Join us this Saturday in celebrating his success throughout Missouri City in the years that have passed and how important his leadership is now more than ever for the families that count on Missouri City for their future.