Councilman Cameron W. Andrews was born in the Houston County Hospital in 1969 and is a lifelong Houston County resident. He has resided in Centerville since 1997 and currently serves as the Assistant Principal of Warner Robins Middle School. As a 20-year educator, 17 of those as an employee of the Houston County Board of Education, Councilman Andrews believes this has served him well during his time as a Centerville City Councilman.
Councilman Andrews believes increasing the City’s infrastructure is critical for the City’s future business interests as well as improving residential neighborhoods. He encourages citizen involvement and believes local government affects the lives of everyone because of the services provided. When asked why he ran for Council his response was, ” Leadership is all about service and that is my goal, to serve”.
Councilman Andrews is married to his wife Angie and they have two children, Madison and Caleb. Councilman Andrews is an Ordained Minister of the Church of the Nazarene and serves in his local church as the Youth and Young Families Minister.
Councilman Andrews is currently serving his third term on City Council
Councilman Randall Wright was born in Wilcox County, Georgia and first moved to Houston County in 1955. He is a 35 year resident of the City of Centerville, moving here in 1974. He is married to the former Paula Cheryl Ellis, a resident of Houston County since 1958. They have a daughter, Lisa Dickens and two grandchildren, Lance and Lacey, who reside in McDonough, Georgia. Councilman Wright is also of Pentecostal faith.
Councilman Wright worked a long career in the building supply business. First, with Georgia Pacific, retiring in 1997, and then going on to work locally with Warner Robins Supply until retiring in 2008. His years of service in the business industry bring a unique experience to the City Council.
When asked why he ran for City Council, Councilman Wright states, “I first ran for Council to give the citizens a choice of candidates. I believe you must remember you were elected by the people to serve the people and you must remain available and totally committed to the City and its citizens.”
His goals for the City may seem pretty simple to most but he believes they are the essence of what a local government should do. “We should continue to keep the cost of government down while providing quality services to the citizens of Centerville.” He is also a firm believer in citizen input stating, “Citizen input and involvement is very important.”
Councilman Wright spends his free time helping the elderly in his community as well as volunteering at the Centerville Recycling Center. “I am very proud that Centerville has been able to offer this convenience to its citizens.” He has served as a member of the Centerville City Council for over 18 years.
Councilman J. Micheal Evans moved to Houston County in 2006 while serving as a member of the Air Force Reserve. He has resided in Centerville since 2007 and decided to remain after retiring from military service in 2011 at the rank of Lt. Col. Councilman Evans currently works as a Program Manager at Robins AFB. He has been affiliated with the United States Air Force since his commissioning in 1984.
Councilman Evans holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from The Citadel and a Master’s Degree in Management and Leadership from Webster University. He believes that our people are our best resource and that we should provide development opportunities for those that want to grow and be a greater asset to our City.
Councilman Evans has many years of service to our nation. He is currently serving his first term as an elected member of City Council and looks forward to many years of service to the citizens of Centerville.
Councilman and his wife Mary have one child and one grandchild.
Councilman Edward D. Armijo was born in 1957 Hutchinson, Kansas. Armijo achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in 1974. He joined the United States Air Force in 1976 and retired in 2000. His most rewarding job was that of a First Sergeant.
Councilman Armijo earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science from the Air Force Community College in 1996, and a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics degree from the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in 2007.
Councilman Armijo has been involved extensively in community service for the past 15 years. He is the Founder and Coordinator, Eagle Springs Neighborhood Watch; Board of Director, Eagles Springs Home Owners Association; Chairman, Eagle Springs Association Architectural Control Committee; Treasurer, The Retired Enlisted Association, Chapter 94; Chairman, Robins Air Force Base Hispanic Heritage Committee, Vice Chairman, Robins Air Force Base Diversity Council; Board Member, Connections by the Parkway; Scribe, Knights of Columbus Assembly 179, Sacred Heart Catholic Church; Member at Large, Knights of Columbus 14488, St. Patrick Catholic Church, Kathleen, GA; and Catholic Youth Minister, Our Lady of the Skies Catholic Parish, Robins AFB. Councilman Armijo’s main goal for Centerville is to bring a closer rapport between the City Council and the residents it represents. He believes that the city would be better served if we brought back the City Administrator position, the provision for a Board of Ethics, and the Keep Centerville Clean Commission. He is a strong proponent for town hall meetings and would like to see more citizens support their local Neighborhood Watch.
He is presently employed as the Chief, Equipment Allowance Standards, Robins Air Force Base. Councilman Armijo has 3 daughters Christina Voigt, Angelina Armijo, Patricia Armijo; 3 granddaughters Jasmine, Isabella, and Angelica; and 2 grandsons Chase and Camdyn.