Since Sep 29, 2008
I was Saved and became a Christian at 9 years old in Vacation Bible School.
I graduated from Parkland High School in El Paso, Texas, with Honors in 1972.
I graduated from Texas A&M, BS Animal Science/Production Magna Cum Laude in 1975.
I accepted an Army Health Professions Scholarship in 1976 in order to finish my education.
I graduated from Texas A&M, BS Veterinary Science Cum Laude in 1977.
I graduated from Texas A&M, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1979.
I served on Active Duty at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1979-1982.
I was active in the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR), and was selected for Active Reserve duty first as an Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA), and then as a Drilling Individual Mobilization Augmentee (DIMA) and served in those positions until I retired in 2007.
I wrote or otherwise developed several Army Regulations that are still in effect today.
I started my Veterinary practice in Bowie, Texas, in 1983.
I worked with the Humane Society of Wichita County as their surgical Veterinarian for 18 years, and served one term on the Board of Directors.
I have worshiped at Crafton Baptist Church since 1986.
I have served as a Director of the Bowie Chamber of Commerce for a cumulative 6 years, and remained active between terms as well.
I wrote portions of and worked in the development of the Bowie Zoning and Animal Control Ordinances.
I have served as a Director of the Bowie Main Street Association for a cumulative 4 years, served one term as Vice President, and remained active between terms.
I am a Compassion International child sponsor.
I am a KIVA Microloan Lender to support animal agriculture on family farms in developing countries.
I have served on the Montague County Grand Jury.
I have personal goals that I work toward with at least one step every day.
I can pinch a penny until Abe has a migraine.
I have a conscience that won’t let me take what isn’t mine or waste what has been entrusted to me.
I ran for US House of Representatives, Texas District 13, in the Republican Primary in 2012 & 2014 --- challenging current Rep. Mac Thornberry. For more information: https://ballotpedia.org/Pamela_Lee_Barlow
I have served as Secretary, Vice President, President Elect, and now President of the Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Association.
I have been a Delegate to the Texas State Republican Convention numerous times.
Pamela Lee Barlow, DVM
Veteran, Small Business Owner, Job Creator
LTC (Ret), US Army