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About Us

We are a group of women veterans who share past experiences and keep updated on issues affecting women veterans. We also look for opportunities to support all veterans by actively participating in veteran events as a group and as individual representatives.


Who We Are

Our History

Tri-County Women Veterans (TCWV) was established in 1999 as a social network where women veterans could make friends and

share stories. Their focus was on each other, the community and those women serving on active duty. Over the next

10-15 years, membership grew from 6-16, until it caught fire in 2017 when it grew to 100, then 200 and todays count

over 300. Today Tri-County Women Veterans is a 501(c)(3) non profit.​

Patriotism            Camaraderie         Service 

We honor our county, celebrate our service, and build and maintain a culture of respect and

friendship, have fun, and make a positive impact in our community and in the lives of those we




Sue Roper, President

Kathy Contres, Vice President

Betsy Nolan, Secretary

Deni Elwood, Treasurer

Angela Flynn, Member at Large

Joan Pate, Member at Large

Peggy Campbell, Commander Color Guard

Marketing - Flo Hurlburt
Finance - Deni Elwood
Fundraising - Carol Kalinowski
and Kashi Yatto
Helping Hands - Kathy Montgomery
Membership - Karen Knight

History - Clay Gish
Speakers Bureau - Michelle Boshers and Heath Davenport
Social - Joan Wentz

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