The Colonel George Waller Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution met on December 5, 2020 at the historic Martinsville-Henry County Heritage Center and Museum.
The meeting was officiated by Andy Doss, with Robert C. Vogler leading the SAR Pledge, Jamie Hooper leading the Pledge of Allegiance, and Gary Hollandsworth performing the Invocation.
Officers affirmed for 2021 include Andy Doss, President and Registrar; Jarred Marlowe, 1st Vice-President; Jamie Hooper, 2nd VP and Flag Chairman; Gary Hollandsworth, Treasurer and Chaplain; Mike Bass, Secretary; Robert C. Vogler, Historian and Administration; Eric Monday, Chancellor; W. C. Fowlkes, Veterans Affairs Chairman; and Johnathan Phillips, Wreaths Across America Chairman.
As the only meeting that has been able to be held this year due to the pandemic, the chapter covered all activities that were participated in during the year including local and state level meetings.
President and Registrar Andy Doss did a presentation on the administrative and genealogical duties of the registrar office with regards to recruiting and documenting paperwork for new applicants. Despite having been a member for some time, Jamie Hooper was officially inducted as a member after having been delayed for many months.
Attendees included a mix of members, new applicants, and wives: Arlen Doss, Andy Doss, Lori Doss, Mike Bass, Dave Pendleton, Judson Leviner, Mark Leviner, Lynell Leviner, Jamie Hooper, Gene Reamey, Tom Apple, Roger Broome, Bob Vogler, Gail Vogler, and Gary Hollandsworth.
The next meeting is slated to take place in March 2021.
Existing and incoming members of the Colonel George Waller Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, recently met to conduct business and welcome a new member.