Paralyzed Veterans of America's Newly Elected Executive Committee Takes Office
Bill Lawson, who was reelected as National President of Paralyzed Veterans of America, took office October 1, 2013, for a fourth term. Also reelected to this year’s executive committee for the 2013-2014 term are National Senior Vice President, Al Kovach, Jr., and Vice Presidents Charlie Brown, David Fowler and David Zurfluh. Craig Enenbach was reelected as Treasurer and Larry Dodson as Secretary. Joining the executive committee this year as Vice President is Tamara Lawter from Paralyzed Veterans’ Great Plains Chapter. Gene Crayton, who preceded Bill Lawson as National President, will return as Immediate Past President.
Paralyzed Veterans of America National President Bill Lawson
Elections for the executive committee took place at Paralyzed Veterans’ 67th Annual Convention held in Long Beach, CA this past August.
Since the organization’s founding, generation after generation of Paralyzed Veterans of America's leaders have worked to improve the quality of life for veterans and all people living with spinal cord injury and disease. All members of the executive committee are members of Paralyzed Veterans and were elected by Paralyzed Veterans' membership.
Under the guidance of its leadership, Paralyzed Veterans of America:
- Fights for all veterans with disabilities.
- Advocates for quality VA health care and veterans benefits.
- Works to make America more accessible.
- Empowers veterans with the tools and support they need to secure good careers.
- Invests in research to find new treatments and a cure for paralysis.
- Promotes and provides wheelchair sports and recreational activities.
- Delivers all of its services to all veterans and their families free of charge, thanks to the generous support and donations of the American people.
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