At-Large Director

Kerwin B. Stone

At-Large Director

I have been practicing law in Beaumont, Texas, since 1978. My practice includes corporate law, contracts, banking, and real estate. My older son (a retired Air Force fighter pilot) flies for United Airlines; my younger son is a Methodist pastor. I am blessed with four marvelous grandchildren. I am a Christian and an active member of my church.

I earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in mathematics from Southern Methodist University, and entered the Air Force in 1970. I was assigned to Ko Kha AS, Thailand, for a year. I separated as a Captain in 1975 and went to law school at The University of Texas on the GI Bill.

I joined VVA as a life member in 1993. I was Treasurer of Chapter 292 for six years, and have served as its President since 2005. Following four years as Secretary and four years as Vice President, I have served as President of the Texas State Council since 2018. I have served as an At-Large Member of VVA’s National Board of Directors since 2015. I am an Agent Orange victim. VVA is both a family and a passion for me.

I have formed hundreds of organizations.  I have served on the Boards of many companies (both for-profit and nonprofit), and as a school board Trustee. My experience, both as a lawyer and as a proud VVA member, can help VVA face its future with confidence.

I have been practicing law in Beaumont, Texas, since 1978. My practice includes corporate law, contracts, banking, and real estate. My older son (a retired Air Force fighter pilot) flies for United Airlines; my younger son is a Methodist pastor. I am blessed with four marvelous grandchildren. I am a Christian and an active member of my church.

I earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in mathematics from Southern Methodist University, and entered the Air Force in 1970. I was assigned to Ko Kha AS, Thailand, for a year. I separated as a Captain in 1975 and went to law school at The University of Texas on the GI Bill.

I joined VVA as a life member in 1993. I was Treasurer of Chapter 292 for six years, and have served as its President since 2005. Following four years as Secretary and four years as Vice President, I have served as President of the Texas State Council since 2018. I have served as an At-Large Member of VVA’s National Board of Directors since 2015. I am an Agent Orange victim. VVA is both a family and a passion for me.

I have formed hundreds of organizations.  I have served on the Boards of many companies (both for-profit and nonprofit), and as a school board Trustee. My experience, both as a lawyer and as a proud VVA member, can help VVA face its future with confidence.