The National Exchange Club is the oldest service organization exclusively in the United States. More than 650 local clubs throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico provide individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit their local communities and the country as a whole. Exchange’s Core Values are family, community, and country.
Through the Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth Programs – members support activities that benefit youth, promote pride in our country, and honor military and public service providers, to name a few. Exchange’s National Project is the prevention of child abuse.
Exchange was founded March 27, 1911, in Detroit, Michigan, by a group of business executives who wanted simply to exchange ideas. Those ideas grew and were shared, and have resulted in innumerable benefits to the nation.
Currently, Exchange has nearly 20,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The organization’s National Headquarters, located in Toledo, Ohio, acts as a resource to local-level clubs and its members.
VISION and MISSION STATEMENT
Exchange’s Vision was developed and the Mission Statement was simplified in January 2015, to allow every Exchange Club member to take ownership and deliver clear a message to his/her community.
Vision: A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.
Mission: Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.
Each member of Exchange holds near to their heart three core values – Family, Community and Country.
Commitment to Family is interpreted not only as one’s own family needs, but also those of all American families. Strengthening families, with a focus on youth, is addressed in many ways through Exchange’s Programs of Service.
Commitment to the Community where an Exchangite resides is the focal point for each club’s efforts. Exchange is unique as a service organization in that it has the flexibility to structure projects that target the specific needs of a particular geographic location, rather than being restricted to a certain cause.
Commitment to Country was born in the aftermath of World War II, a time of unquenchable patriotism. Exchangites are proud to join veterans and other civic groups in promoting Americanism as the rich blessing of democracy and freedom, and in educating today’s youth to cherish its values. These three values are translated into actions every day to bring about positive results through the work of hundreds of clubs and tens of thousands of dedicated Exchange Club members every day.
COVENANT OF SERVICE
The Covenant of Service, expressing Exchange’s philosophy and ideals, was written in 1923 by Exchangite Thomas L. Bailey, who served as National President of Exchange from 1925 through 1927, and later served as Governor of Mississippi from 1944 through 1946. It was officially adopted by the organization in 1927.
Accepting the divine privilege of single and collective responsibility as life’s noblest gift, I covenant with my fellow Exchangites:
- To consecrate my best energies to the uplifting of Social, Religious, Political and Business ideals;
- To discharge the debt I owe to those of high and low estate who have served and sacrificed that the heritage of American citizenship might be mine;
- To honor and respect law, to serve my fellowmen, and to uphold the ideals and institutions of my Country;
- To implant the life-giving, society-building spirit of Service and Comradeship in my social and business relationships;
- To serve in Unity with those seeking better conditions, better understandings, and greater opportunities for all.
MOTTO - UNITY FOR SERVICE
The motto was adopted in 1917. Its originator, Charles Berkey, said the motto was inspired by the 133rd Psalm, which says “Behold how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.”
EXCHANGE AND AVIATION
In the years following World War I, The National Exchange Club was a foremost advocate of adequate national military preparedness and played an important role in promoting the growth of military and commercial aviation. Through leadership in these fields, Exchange’s first leader, Harold M. Harter, earned the friendship of many of the United States’ top military figures.
Harter was one of the first to recognize a great future in aviation and urged Exchange to participate in its growth. He rode in the earliest Ford tri-motor commercial planes and knew leading aviators of the day, including Amelia Earhart, who was at the controls of Mr. Harter’s first autogiro ride. Ms. Earhart was also a special guest at Exchange’s 12th National Convention in Toledo, OH, on July 23, 1928.
The National Exchange Club was established on March 27, 1911, in Detroit, MI. Since that time, Exchange has grown to become “America’s Oldest Service” organization with more than 650 local-level clubs comprised of nearly 20,000 members across the United States and in Puerto Rico.
The National Exchange Club Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth programs – and its National Project, the prevention of child abuse, is supported by the National Exchange Club Foundation, a 501c(3) entity.
Local-level clubs identify the needs of their communities and, in most cases, provide for those needs through projects falling under the Programs of Service and National Project. Local Exchange Clubs are supported by their own officers, boards of directors, self-raised funds and, in some cases, foundations.Clubs also develop valuable community partnerships with like-minded individuals and organizations working toward common goals.
District and regional leadership is comprised of Exchange Club members who have served their clubs and communities in a most dedicated capacity and have been elected by fellow members. Members of Exchange’s leadership receive training from National Headquarters and function to help strengthen Exchange Clubs assigned by geographic location. Leadership develops and maintains interclub relationships, helps districts and clubs achieve growth, serves as mentors for members and clubs, and ensures valuable communication is maintained between National Headquarters and the clubs within their districts/regions.
National Headquarters is located in Toledo, OH, and employs a dedicated staff committed to helping clubs carry out Exchange’s Mission of making communities better places to live. With staff assigned to growth, finance, marketing and public relations, child abuse prevention services, and member services, National Headquarters strives to continually exceed the expectations of its membership and provide membership value.
Meet Exchange’s Executive Vice President
Tracey Edwards joined the staff of The National Exchange Club in 2004. Prior to her appointment to the position of Executive Vice President in January, 2012, Tracey served as Senior Finance Director, Finance and Membership, and was responsible for all fiscal functions of The National Exchange Club and The National Exchange Club Foundation. As Executive Vice President, she serves as a member of the National Board of Directors and is the active managing employee of The National Exchange Club.Tracey oversees National Headquarters Staff in providing professional and technical assistance to the organization’s members in developing specific and comprehensive plans for increasing members,establishing new clubs, and enhancing the national image of Exchange. She is Secretary of the Corporation in all matters delegated to the Executive Vice President by the National Board of Directors.Tracey is also a member of the Exchange Club of Greater Maumee Bay, OH.
Tracey also provides knowledge and assistance to The National Exchange Club Foundation in all of its fundraising efforts and serves as Secretary on NEC Foundation’s Board of Trustees. She is a Berkey Fellow.
Active in her community, Tracey has earned the Distinguished Club President and Exchangite of the Year awards, and works with many nonprofit groups to promote collaboration between Exchange and other agencies and groups. She is President of the Old Newsboys Goodfellow Association.
Tracey graduated from The University of Toledo and is a member of The Ohio Society of CPAs, The American Society of Association Executives, The Association of Fundraising Professionals, The Society of Human Resource Management, Chi Omega Fraternity, and Leadership Toledo.
Meet Exchange’s National President
Elizabeth R. Grantham, a member of the Exchange Clubs of Isle of Palms and Cane Bay, SC, and South Carolina Volunteer Field Representative, was elected and installed as National President-Elect of The National Exchange Club at the organization’s 2015 National Convention in Columbus, OH. She will work with the National President, National Board, and National Headquarters Staff, as well as Exchange Club District Presidents and Presidents-Elect, to promote growth and retention during the year. She will assume the role of National President in July 2016.
In 2009, Grantham was elected Region 10 Vice President and served the Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina Districts on Exchange’s National Board. She served as a South Carolina District Director, as well as President-Elect, before becoming South Carolina District President in 2007–08, during which time she received a Presidential Award from Past National President Rob Davidson. Grantham has served as Board Chair and as a member of the Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse in Charleston. In 2014, she was a club builder for the Exchange Club of Cane Bay, SC, of which she is a member. Also in 2014, she was honored as the National Exchangite of the Year. In 2015, she helped build the Exchange Excel Club of Cane Bay High School, Cane Bay, SC.
Grantham joined the Exchange Club of the Isle of Palms, SC, in 1992 and has been active in her club as Youth of the Month/Year and Meeks Sotille Scholarship chairperson. At the club level, she has also served as president-elect, president, secretary, and board member. She represents her club as the Operations Chair on the Isle of Palms Connector Run for the Child, which is a 10K/5K walk/run. This is a joint project held each October with the Exchange Club of Mt. Pleasant, SC. The two clubs have given more than one million dollars toward the prevention of child abuse throughout the past 23 years. Grantham has recruited more than 40 members into Exchange.
Grantham is very active in many civic organizations, and is a volunteer and reading buddy in several schools. She is a member of the Mt. Pleasant Presbyterian Church, where she is a deacon, and active in both local and international missions. She and several others were instrumental in opening Hope House, a Hospital Hospitality House which provides a “home away from home” for family members who have loved ones in area hospitals.
Grantham is a retired South Carolina Elementary Principal, where she received several awards for leadership during her career. She has 38 years of experience in the field of education. She presently works part-time in the Office of Professional Development in Education at the College of Charleston. She attended Winthrop College, where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education, and South Carolina State University, where she received a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. She and her husband, Paul, have five children and seven grandchildren.
Exchange partnered with Veterans Matter in 2015. Veterans Matter is solely dedicated to providing deposits/first month rent for ready, waiting veterans who can use can use HUD-VASH vouchers to cross the threshold into safe, permanent housing. Veterans Matter has a 100% success rate in getting veterans housed in a government program that has a 91% success rate in keeping veterans housed. At the time the partnership was forged, 50,000 veterans (and families) were reported homeless. Exchange Clubs across the country are encouraged to host events, such as walks and rallies, to help raise funds for veterans waiting to be housed. These events, appropriately named “11/11@7″, will be held on Veterans Day at 7 p.m., eastern.
Darkness to Light and The National Exchange Club partnered at Exchange’s 93rd National Convention, held in Detroit, MI, in July 2011. Exchange’s relationship with Darkness to Light officially joined the two organizations in their common goal of preventing child abuse. Through this partnership, local Exchange Clubs utilize Darkness to Light’s Stewarts of Children program as an Exchange Club Program of Service project.
The American Red Cross partnered with The National Exchange Club to collaborate on projects for the benefit of local communities at Exchange’s 92nd National Convention, held in La Quinta, CA, in July 2010.
The Healing Field Project was unanimously endorsed by the National Exchange Club Foundation Board of Trustees and the National Exchange Club Board of Directors at Exchange’s 85th National Convention, held in Birmingham, Al, in July 2003. A resolution was passed in support of the project, can be utilized to honor any number of people, including abused children and war veterans.
Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Centers are the product of child abuse prevention being adopted as The National Exchange Club’s National Project in 1979. Exchange Club CAP Centers receive varying degrees of support from local Exchange Clubs under the National Project, including establishing the centers and supporting affiliate programs (agencies providing child abuse prevention services, but not complying with the program or organizational requirements for an Exchange Club CAP Center). Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Centers provide Exchange’s Parent Aide services and comply with national accreditation standards.
NATIONAL AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS
The National Exchange Clubs continually strives to enhance the service it provides to clubs, members and communities. The following awards and recognitions offer a snapshot of Exchange’s national accolades.
- 2013 and 2014 Torch Award for Ethics, The Better Business Bureau of Northwestern Ohio and Southeastern Michigan, finalist – recognizes businesses and nonprofits for exemplary and ethical business practices
- A+ Rating by the Better Business Bureau
- Proprietary Exchange Parent Aide Program listed on the California Evidence-Based Website with a “High” Child Welfare System Relevance Level and a scientific rating of 3.
- Publication of the Exchange Parent Aide Program in the Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect Website
- Countless Child Abuse Prevention proclamations issued by Federal, state and local governments
PAST NATIONAL PRESIDENTS
- Daniel S. McQueeney 2015-2016 “Exchange Strong”
- Thomas Karnes 2014-2015 “Investigating the Possibilities”
- Don Wright 2013-2014 “Parading the Spirit of Exchange”
- Lou Molitor 2012-2013 “Celebrate the Magic of Exchange”
- Sid Mobley 2011-2012 “All Aboard – Conducting the Business of Exchange”
- Margaret “Margie” Miller 2010-2011 “Shining the Light of Exchange”
- Claude W. Carmack 2009-2010 “The Power of Exchange – Be Inspired”
- Floyd Culver 2008-2009 “Changing the Beat: Stepping Forward in Exchange”
- Rob Davidson 2007-2008 “Expanding Our Horizons”
- S. Kim Hodges 2006-2007 “Ignite the Fire Within”
- Steven Douglas 2005-2006 “Building Exchange for a Stronger America”
- Jerry J. DeFeo 2004-2005 “Exchange USA – The Spirit of America”
- Pamela M. Sudlow 2003-2004 “Together… We Will Grow Exchange”
- Augustus M. Parker 2002-2003 “Believing and Achieving – It Can Be Done”
- McKenzie C. “Ken” Roberts 2001-2002 “Proud of Our Past… Focused on the Future”
- Gerald Franklin 2000-2001 “Ignite the Excitement”
- Robert D. Harb 1999-2000 “Exchange – Thundering to Action”
- William E. Deason 1998-1999 “Soaring to Success”
- Robert E. Hinske 1997-1998 “T.E.A.M. Together – For Growth – Achieves More”
- Kerry W. Mazoch 1997-1997 “Exchange – the Pride of America”
- William F. Ketron, Jr. 1995-1996 “See the Need… Meet the Challenge”
- Herbert A. Taylor 1994-1995 “A New Vision – A New Direction”
- Charles F. Braddock 1993-1994 “Let’s Build for the Future: Together Toward Tomorrow”
- Robert E. Maddox 1992-1993 “Dare to Make a Difference”
- Max G. Halliday 1991-1992 “Share the Spirit”
- BIlly Joe Sills 1990-1991 “Catch the New Spirit”
- W. James Brown, Jr. 1989-1990 “Win One for Exchange”
- Harold R. Acres 1988-1989 “Soar to New Heights”
- Frank J. Sego 1987-1988 “Builders of Pride”
- William C. Wodtke, Jr. 1986-1987 “Forward in Unity”
- George Ow 1985-1986 “Turning Point”
- Fred Harron 1984-1985 “Challenge of Change”
- Harold E. Warren 1983-1984 “Expanding Horizons”
- Larry M. Street 1982-1983 “Dare to Care”
- M.H. “Bud” Edell 1981-1982 “Commitment to Growth”
- John D. Hood 1980-1981 “New Decade – New Challenge”
- Dr. Edward R. North, Jr. 1979-1980 “Rededication to Purpose”
- Albert Solomon 1978-1978 “Explore, Expand, Enrich”
- Robert C. Garland 1977-1978 “Harvest of Accomplishment”
- Leaborne L. Eads 1976-1977 “Fertilize with Fun”
- Jack A. Pirrie 1975-1976 “Duty to Destiny”
- Dr. Porter L. Fortune, Jr. 1974-1975 “Challenge of Concern”
- Fred L. Cronk 1973-1974 “Discover Exchange”
- William P. “Bill” Miller 1972-1973 “Build Up – Reach Out”
- Charles T. Ensor 1971-1972 “Target Achievement”
- Arturo L. Carrion, Jr. 1970-1971 “Power Up With Pride”
- Robert B. Scarborough 1969-1970 “Go and Grow”
- Dr. B.H. Amstead 1968-1969
- Jay W. Whitney 1967-1968
- Wilson H. “Wils” Rutherford 1966-1967
- James M. “Bud” Beckett 1965-1966
- J. Herbert Grimsey 1964-1965
- Jefferson D. Dickey 1963-1964
- Norman E. Parkhurst 1962-1963
- Judge Fredrick W. Howell 1961-1962
- B. Edward Wood 1960-1961
- Clarence L. McDorman 1959-1960
- T.W Dawson 1958-1959
- Paul D. Dail 1957-1958
- Millard A. Beckum 1956-1957
- Harold E. Mott 1955-1956
- Grant McFarlane 1954-1955
- J. Benjamin Brick 1953-1954
- W. Harry Jack 1952-1953
- Harold A. Petit 1951-1952
- D. Russell Bontrager 1950-1951
- W. Burg Anstine 1949-1950
- M. Allen Barth 1948-1949
- Myers Y. Cooper 1947-1948
- William P. Spear 1946-1947
- Dr. Stewart W. McClelland 1944-1946
- Theron Hall 1943-1944
- A. Earl Washburn 1941-1942
- Leland D. McCormac 1940-1941
- Newman R. Thurston 1939-1940
- W.J Eilerts 1938-1939
- E.W. Sprague 1937-1938
- Kuno H. Struck 1936-1937
- William H. Beck, Jr. 1935-1936
- Bert Beasley 1934-1935
- Col. John H. Awtry 1932-1934
- Dr. Alfred A. Jenkins 1931-1932
- Thomas C. Imeson 1930-1931
- J. P. Muller 1929-1930
- George S. Greene 1928-1929
- Clinton G. Nichols 1927-1928
- Thomas L. Bailey 1925-1927
- Dr. George C. Sabichi 1924-1925
- Guy K. Jeffries 1923-1924
- Ray L. Lange 1922-1923
- Lewis C. Harris 1921-1922
- Horatio S. Earle 1919-1921
- Dr. Charles M. Harpster 1918-1919
- Charles D. Sharrow 1917-1918
- Charles Berkey 1917
DISTRICT PRESIDENTS / DISTRICT PRESIDENTS-ELECT 2016-2017
Alabama District ● President ● Nita Stewart
Alabama District ● President-Elect ● Donna McLaney
California-Nevada District ● President ● Malcolm (Buzz) Chambers
California-Nevada District ● President-Elect ● William (Bill)
Colonial District ● President ● Susan Z. Brewer
Colonial District ● President-Elect ● Margaret Moore
Connecticut District ● President ● Joseph (Joe) F. Dudek
Connecticut District ● President-Elect ● Clifford (Cliff) Kiernan
Dakota Territory District ● President ● Aisha Vadell
Dakota Territory District ● President-Elect ● Jim Ragatz
Florida District ● President ● David Ledbetter
Florida District ● President-Elect ● Mark E. Dayton
Georgia District ● President ● Anne Barr Cruz
Georgia District ● President-Elect ● Sidney A. Blanton
Indiana District ● President ● Bonny Clark
Indiana District ● President-Elect ● Bradley (Brad) A. Clapp
Lakes and Prairies District ● President ● Sharon K. Droste
Lakes and Prairies District ● President-Elect ● Larry K. Shollenbarger
Lincolnland District ● President ● William M. Froese
Lincolnland District ● President-Elect ● Paula Carballido
Michigan District ● President ● Dr. Stanley (Stan) S. Chase
Michigan District ● President-Elect ● Jennifer Sweeney
Mid-America District ● President ● Suzanne Walker
Mid-America District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
Mid-Atlantic District ● President ● Jill Douglas
Mid-Atlantic District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
Mississippi District ● President ● Randall J. Walters
Mississippi District ● President-Elect ● Margaret E. King
New England District ● President ● Therese Rivard
New England District ● President-Elect ● Claudette Beerman
New Jersey-New York District ● President ● Francis J. McCall
New Jersey-New York District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
North Carolina District ● President ● Nancy Wakeley
North Carolina District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
Northwest District ● President ● Lynn J. Boge
Northwest District ● President-Elect ● Bonnie Johnson
Ohio-West Virginia District ● President ● Lyle Price
Ohio-West Virginia District ● President-Elect ● Beverly (Bev) A. Sewell
Puerto Rico District ● President ● Robert (Bobby) Quintero-Negron
Puerto Rico District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
Rocky Mountain District ● President ● Steve Geisert
Rocky Mountain District ● President-Elect ● VACANT
Sierra Pacific District ● President ● Randy R. Reed
Sierra Pacific District ● President-Elect ● Robert (Bob) P. Donohue
South Carolina District ● President ● Richard Mock
South Carolina District ● President-Elect ● W. David Johnson
Southwest District ● President ● Vanessa Mobley
Southwest District ● President-Elect ● Jerry Saniec
Tennessee District ● President ● Tawnya Moore
Tennessee District ● President-Elect ● Ashley G. Wright
Texas District ● President ● Michele Kimrey
Texas District ● President-Elect ● Rita Kipp
Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District ● President ● Debra L. Hebert
Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District ● President-Elect ● James (Jim) E. Kij
Wisconsin-Upper Peninsula District ● President ● Randall C. Martin
Wisconsin-Upper Peninsula District ● President-Elect ● Rick E. Olig
Yellowstone District ● President ● David Weller
Yellowstone District ● President-Elect ● Leif Welhaven
VOLUNTEER FIELD REPRESENTATIVES
● Alabama District ● Vol Field Rep ● Thomas Holliman
● Alabama District ● Vol Field Rep ● John Schoen
● Alabama District ● Vol Field Rep ● Howard Tinsley
● California-Nevada District ● Vol Field Rep ● William Deacy
● California-Nevada District ● Vol Field Rep ● Richard Gordon
● Colonial District ● Vol Field Rep ● Susan Z. Brewer
● Colonial District ● Vol Field Rep ● Claude Carmack
● Colonial District ● Vol Field Rep ● Robert Moore
● Connecticut District ● Vol Field Rep ● Dunnith Heenan
● Connecticut District ● Vol Field Rep ● Christian Miller
● Dakota Territory District ● Vol Field Rep ● Deborah Fuglie
● Florida District ● Vol Field Rep ● W. James Brown
● Florida District ● Vol Field Rep ● William Moomaw
● Georgia District ● Vol Field Rep ● William H. Bailey
● Georgia District ● Vol Field Rep ● Augustus Parker
● Indiana District ● Vol Field Rep ● Charlie Braddock
● Lakes and Prairies District ● Vol Field Rep ● Annette Frank
● Lakes and Prairies District ● Vol Field Rep ● Kathleen Smith
● Lincolnland District ● Vol Field Rep ● Frank Alberico
● Lincolnland District ● Vol Field Rep ● Dennis Koch
● Lincolnland District ● Vol Field Rep ● Lou Molitor
● Lincolnland District ● Vol Field Rep ● James Ruzon
● Lincolnland District ● Vol Field Rep ● Scot Warren
● Michigan District ● Vol Field Rep ● Gregory Harrant
● Michigan District ● Vol Field Rep ● Margaret Sharlow
● Mid-Atlantic District ● Vol Field Rep ● Steven Douglas
● Mid-Atlantic District ● Vol Field Rep ● Robert Hunter
● Mid-Atlantic District ● Vol Field Rep ● Anne Marie Logue
● Mid-Atlantic District ● Vol Field Rep ● Cora M. Martin
● Mississippi District ● Vol Field Rep ● Denise Strub
● Mississippi District ● Vol Field Rep ● Kenneth Sullivan
● Mississippi District ● Vol Field Rep ● Franklin Williams
● New England District ● Vol Field Rep ● Bruce T. Baril
● New England District ● Vol Field Rep ● Robert Harb
● New England District ● Vol Field Rep ● Eric LaFleur
● New Jersey-New York District ● Vol Field Rep ● Robert Sharp
● North Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Vickie Ketchie
● North Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Barbara Orr
● North Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Paul T. Summerville
● Northern Indiana District ● Vol Field Rep ● Kathleen Cox
● Northwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Russell Hayashi
● Northwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Gerald Thompson
● Ohio-West Virginia District ● Vol Field Rep ● Floyd Culver
● Ohio-West Virginia District ● Vol Field Rep ● Russell Finney
● Rocky Mountain District ● Vol Field Rep ● Carolyn Geisert
● Rocky Mountain District ● Vol Field Rep ● Mark C. Loosli
● Rocky Mountain District ● Vol Field Rep ● Renee Sorensen
● Sierra Pacific District ● Vol Field Rep ● Ray Carlson
● Sierra Pacific District ● Vol Field Rep ● Joe Nickels
● South Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Doris Ash
● South Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Ronald Basile
● South Carolina District ● Vol Field Rep ● Elizabeth Grantham
● Southwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Judy Bippus
● Southwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Bonita Gibson
● Southwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Pam Sudlow
● Southwest District ● Vol Field Rep ● Michael Whitaker
● Tennessee District ● Vol Field Rep ● McKenzie Roberts
● Texas District ● Vol Field Rep ● Jerry DeFeo
● Texas District ● Vol Field Rep ● Kipley B. Miller
● Texas District ● Vol Field Rep ● Sandra J. Neely
● Texas District ● Vol Field Rep ● Earnest Remedies
● Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District ● Vol Field Rep ● Debra L. Hebert
● Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast District ● Vol Field Rep ● Brenda Robinson
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