Reginald Pearson, a 25 year resident of Missouri City, Texas is a Husband, a Father of 5 children, a son and a deacon who has served at The Fountain of Praise Church for over 10 years. Reginald has experienced the “SHOW ME CITY” up close and personal as his children have attended local schools, his family has shopped stores along Texas Parkway, Cartwright, Highway 6 and have frequented local restaurants. He has been an eyewitness to the growth of the city since the early 1990’s. He remembers when Cartwright Road was just a 2 lane shell road. He remembers the movie theatre along Texas Parkway. Having witnessed the many changes, he desired to become part of the progress of Missouri City. It is why when asked to join the Missouri City Planning and Zoning Commission, he said yes. While serving on the Planning and Zoning (P&Z) Commission, it gave him great insight into the decision-making process necessary to be a Council Member. Becoming part of the solution, requires dedication and a ready to serve mentality. This is why he decided in 2018 to throw his name in the hat when the council seat for District A became open. After being appointed, Reginald went to work on behalf of Missouri City residents where he:
  • Successfully worked to get funding for Gammil Park improvements.
  • Worked with Public Works and Tx. Dot to get additional pavement for the turn arounds on Texas Parkway.
  • Worked with the Public Works and Union Pacific to get repairs on the pavement at the railroad crossing at Hwy 90 and Texas Parkway/Gessner.
  • Worked with Developers and Property Owners to improve area.

Reginald is married to his lovely wife Kimberly and they have been members of the Fountain of Praise Church for the past 21 years. When asked whether Remus Wright, pastor of Fountain of Praise would support him, his answer was “Yes, Absolutely.”

Reginald has worked as a Specialty Food Buyer for the past 31 years where he has overseen and facilitated the purchase of over 5 million dollars annually of product.

He has the fortitude, business acumen and drive needed to get this city moving.

Bring back Reginald Pearson, a independent voice for a brighter tomorrow to city hall.

Vote Pearson for Missouri City Council, District A.