NEW CANDIDATE – NOEL FREEMAN – FOR CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE POSTION 3!

THE NEW CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE WHO WANTS SHELLEY SEKULA GIBBS SEAT DROPS BY THE INSITE!

The is information from Noel Freeman who’s hoping to take a seat in City Hall.

Thank you for visiting. I am running in the special election to fill an unexpired term for Houston City Council At-Large Position 3.
I began my life of public service at the age of 19 when I enlisted in the United States Air Force as a signals intelligence analyst. During my military service I served in various capacities, including target entity analysis for the National Security Agency, chief of training for the Headquarters, Air Intelligence Agency Honor Guard and command and control warfare analyst for the Air Force Information Warfare Center. My tours of duty included National Security Agency Headquarters and The Air Intelligence Agency, with deployments and short assignments to Korea, White Sands, New Mexico and San Diego, California. I was named the Air Force Information Warfare Center’s Airman of the Year for 1999 and received many awards and medals for my service to our nation.
Following my military service, I attended Texas A&M University as a member of the renowned Corps of Cadets where I served as a cadet squadron commander and special assistant to the Commandant of Cadets. My public service continued at Texas A&M University with the National Archives and Records Administration at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science.
In 2002, I joined forces with Servicemembers Legal Defense Network to lobby members of Congress to repeal the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, a law that prohibits gay and lesbian servicemembers from serving openly. I have lobbied numerous congressmen and senators each year since 2003 and served as the State Captain for the Texas delegation in 2004 and 2005. I have been honored by groups including Lambda Legal and American Veterans for Equal Rights for my courage and efforts to effect change in the lives of gay and lesbian servicemembers.
My public service has included constituent service work for the district office of Congressman John Culberson, and for the past two years I have proudly served Houstonians in Houston’s Public Works and Engineering Department.
I have also cared for families in their times of need as a funeral service professional since 1999 and presently serve Houston families for Service Corporation International.
I live in the Houston Heights with my long-time partner Brad and am a member of St. Anne’s Catholic Community.