Derrick serves as President of the Texas Chapter but he also wears many other hats. He is also the chapter’s Advocacy Director, working on behalf of the membership and attends the Advocacy/Legislative seminars in Washington DC, as well as Austin.
I am an Air Force Veteran, a Maintenance Scheduler for F-111’s. A C-5 quad due to an automobile accident in 1986. My husband Dale and I are proud parents of Ivy, our beautiful black lab. I enjoy NASCAR, hunting and
Hello my name is Alvin Guerrero, I have been a business owner and happily married to my wife Stephanie for 25 years. I am a father of four. I have three sons, one wonderful daughter and we have been blessed with
My name is Anne Robinson and my other wonderful half is Harry. I am medically retired from the U.S. Army due to a military vehicle accident in October 1999, in which I became a C4 quadriplegic. I became involved with
David serves as a board member, but is also the founder of our hunting program. David has made it possible for people with the severest disabilities to successfully hunt and enjoy life to the fullest. David is married to Kathleen
Josue is currently TPVA’s outdoor sports director. Josue is involved with several community organizations as well as ranchers in central and south Texas which helped provide hunting and fishing opportunities for TPVA members.
Eric has taken on the parliamentarian position, a challenging and exciting opportunity to apply Robert’s rules and to keep the Board of Directors in the right direction. Eric is married to his wonderful wife Sooky and they live in San
Kedgerick became TPVA’s Sports Director in November 2016, taking on the challenge from Tammy. Kedgerick has a background in weightlifting and is looking forward to building on TPVA’s sports and recreation program.
Amanda is a native Houstonian. She has a background in accounting and came onboard with Paralyzed Veterans of America, Texas Chapter in 2008. She was later promoted to Chapter Executive Director. Amanda is passionate about the great things the Texas