The Green Valley Chapter Military Officers Association installed its new and re-elected officers at its December luncheon. Of the 13 officers on the board, eight are Quail Creek residents. Two of the Quail Creekers hold distinguished positions.
Guiding the operations of the chapter for the next year will be President: 1LT Joseph Longo; First Vice-President and Membership: 1LT Elliott Jones; Second Vice-President and Programs: CW3 Jack Bundy; Secretary: Jadine Hilt; Treasurer and Public Relations Officer: COL Peggy McGee; Immediate Past President, President, 501(c)(3): LCDR James Knox; Legislative Affairs: CDR John Chernoski; ESGR Representative: Lt Col Dick Kosnick; Surviving Spouse Liaison: Nora Durham; Director, Personal Affairs: CWO3 James Rundlett; Director/JROTC Liaison and Historian: COL Marianne Rogers Faust; and Transition Liaison: Lt Col Darren Venters. Jones, Bundy, Hilt, McGee, Chernoski, Durham, Faust and Venters all call Quail Creek home. The chaplain position is currently vacant.
MOAA membership is open to all currently serving officers and warrant officers, retired, former, reserve, and National Guard from the five military services as well as officers in the Public Health Service and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration.
The group’s next meeting will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 11:30 a.m. in the Madera Clubhouse Ballroom. Please contact Jack Bundy at 951-760-8706 to make a reservation. For more information on the Green Valley Chapter, please visit their website at greenvalleymoaa.org.