UPCOMING EVENTS

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Chapter Luncheon

Thursday, May 31, 2018 at the Army Residence Community

Speaker

MOAA's Gail Joyce of the Surviving Spouse Advisory Committee

Joyce, who grew up in Abilene, Texas, married Larry Joyce in 1960 (after a whirlwind threemonth courtship), beginning a life-long adventure. Shortly after they married, Larry was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army. They moved Fort Hood, Texas - the first of more than 20 moves over the next 20 years. In that time, Larry served two tours in Vietnam.

Joyce diverse career, from which she retired in 2005, has seen her work as an administrative assistant, a military youth activities director, a Military Family Center director, realtor, a program director, a high school and college English/literature teacher, a national program director for youth tobacco Issues, and a bed and breakfast owner. In 1983, she completed her Bachelor of Arts in English (cum laude). In 1986, she earned a Master of Arts in humanities.

As volunteer, Joyce has served as volunteer chair and VIP event cochair for the Granbury Wine Walk, as auxiliary liaison and a founding member of MOAA Greater Granbury (Texas) Chapter, and as a Veterans' Council member. She also conceived and produced the 2012 Memorial Day Field of Flags, helped organize Veteran's Day ceremonies, and has spoken on behalf of local organizations about life in the military and her son and husband's service to their country.

Joyce has three children, seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Her youngest son, Army Sgt. James Casey Joyce, an Army Ranger, was killed in Mogadishu, Somalia, Oct. 3, 1993. He was 24 years old. Her husband, Lt. Col. Larry Joyce, USA, died at home April 30, 1999, after a hard-fought 2 1/2 year battle with leukemia.

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Summer Celebration Dinner Dance

Friday, June 22, 2018 at the Petroleum Club

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The Chapter will be "dark" during the month of July - no social or business meeting.

 


MOAA-AC 11th Annual Golf Tournament

Benefiting

JBSA Ft Sam Houston Warrior and Family Support Center
&
MOAA-AC ROTC & JROTC Scholarship Fund

Friday, September 28, 2018
River Crossing Golf Club, 500 River Way, Spring Branch, Tx

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