Sacramento County Supervisor of the 4th District Sue Frost
will be addressing our February 6 meeting - Don't Miss It!
Non Commissioned Officers Association of the United States of America
Sue Frost studied nursing and physical education at Pacific Union College in Napa and later specialized as an RN-California Certified Emergency Nurse. She has been a business owner for 34 years in the field of mortgage lending (retired 2014), consulting and real estate investments. She is a joint owner of Frost Enterprises Inc. FKA: I.F. Independent Financial Corporation, a full service mortgage bank that sold its operation and servicing in 1993 & 1995 to Centex Homes and Mellon Bank (respectively). Sue is a Real Estate Broker and a member of Sacramento Association of Realtors.
Sue has served on multiple boards, trade associations, and community groups; including serving as Vice President Birdcage Heights Neighborhood Association, Past President of the Citrus Heights Green Team, Vice President of Roseville Parkinson’s Support Group, Vice Chair (Homelessness & Affordable Housing) of Tentmakers, and the Sacramento Association of Realtors where she served as the 2012 Education Committee Chair.
Sue was elected to the Citrus Heights City Council in 2012, and served as Vice-Mayor in 2014 and Mayor in 2015. On the council, Sue has championed fiscal discipline, encouraged economic growth & job creation, community involvement and public safety.
Central Valley Chapter #1551 P. O. Box 642 North Highlands, CA 95660 Tel (916) 362-9746
The NCOA Central Valley Chapter #1551 and Spirit of Sacramento Auxiliary Chapter #270 are made up of Active Duty, Retired, Veteran enlisted members of all branches of service, including the Guard and Reserve components and civilian friends of the military. Our Chapters are designed to assist both military and non-military residents of the greater Sacramento, CA area. We are always in search of new members and volunteers, if you are interested in joining, please contact us. Our meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month at 19:00 hrs.
We meet at the VFW Post 4647, 3300 U. Street in Antelope, California.
All are welcome to come.
2017-2018 ROTC AWARDS
The Central Valley Chapter is pleased to announce the recipients of their 2017-2018 Junior ROTC scholarship program. They are:
Each recipient received a check for $500 to assist in furthering their education goals. Congratulations to all recipients!