Paralyzed Veterans of America Executive Committee elected at August national convention.
October starts the service of the new Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Executive Committee.
The committee was elected during the annual PVA National Convention in mid-August. More than 100 members of the organization’s 34 chapters gathered in Long Beach, Calif., for the convention.
The election of the executive board included Bill Lawson winning a fourth term as national president. Senior Vice President Al Kovach was also reelected, as were vice presidents Charles Brown, David Fowler and David Zurfluh.
Craig Enenbach was reelected as treasurer and Larry Dodson as secretary. Gene A. Crayton automatically returns as immediate past president. Joining the executive committee as vice president for the upcoming term is Tammy Lawter, National Director of the Great Plains Chapter.
The 68th annual PVA National Convention is set for Feb. 11–14, 2014, in Orlando, Fla.
For more information, visit pva.org.
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