Carolyn Gilmore is a Tarrant County native and lifelong conservative. Carolyn has devoted her life to making our community a better place to live, work, and raise a family. Carolyn is a 33-year law enforcement veteran and honorably retired after a 23-year career with the Fort Worth Police Department. While serving in patrol, narcotics, and the gang unit Carolyn earned a reputation as a tough-but-fair officer focused on protecting families from violent criminals.
Carolyn served as the Vice President of the Fort Worth Police Officers' Association and Chair of Fort Worth Cops for Kids. Carolyn believes education not only serves as a catalyst to a child's success but also, a tool to avoid becoming a victim. Carolyn volunteers as a mentor to area 4th graders and encourages children, and their families, to work with police and find ways to positively impact their community.
Carolyn lives in Fort Worth with her husband of 21 years, Raymond, a retired Fort Worth Police officer. Raymond and Carolyn have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren.
The Gilmore’s are members of Grace Baptist Church.