Region 4 Director

Spence Davis

Region 4 Director

I am seeking reelection to my third term as Region 4 Director. I was drafted into the Army in 1966 and went to Fort Benning for Basic Training and AIT (Infantry Electronics Specialist). Afterward, I was assigned to Biggs Field in EI Paso, Texas, and subsequently sent to Vietnam in August of 1967. I was assigned to HHSB 2/4th Artillery, 9th Infantry Division, in Tan An, south of Saigon in the Mekong Delta, ending my army career in August 1968.

 

In addition to owning and managing several businesses, including Advanced Electronics, Davis Trucking, and The Shoe Stop, I retired from Roadway Express after twenty years of service.

 

I was the charter Treasurer of VVA Chapter 1010, former Treasurer of the Georgia State Council, and I am currently serving my fifth term as President of the Georgia State Council. During this time, I actively served on both the Region 4 Disciplinary Committee and the National Disciplinary Committee.

 

My wife of forty-five years and I have a son, Brett, and a grandson, Kyan. We are both members of the Methodist Church.

 

My goal for being Region 4 Director is to promote VVA and to assist my fellow veterans. I would like for the region to work together promoting VVA programs and presenting conferences that provide tools and information to help us be better leaders. Even as we are getting older and many are being drafted to their final duty station above, VVA continues to grow in membership, and I would like to continue supporting that growth.

 

The reality, however, is that the time has come to decide what the future of the VVA will look like. I know that, together, our leaders and members can identify and implement a positive path forward.

 

I would appreciate your support.

I am seeking reelection to my third term as Region 4 Director. I was drafted into the Army in 1966 and went to Fort Benning for Basic Training and AIT (Infantry Electronics Specialist). Afterward, I was assigned to Biggs Field in EI Paso, Texas, and subsequently sent to Vietnam in August of 1967. I was assigned to HHSB 2/4th Artillery, 9th Infantry Division, in Tan An, south of Saigon in the Mekong Delta, ending my army career in August 1968.

 

In addition to owning and managing several businesses, including Advanced Electronics, Davis Trucking, and The Shoe Stop, I retired from Roadway Express after twenty years of service.

 

I was the charter Treasurer of VVA Chapter 1010, former Treasurer of the Georgia State Council, and I am currently serving my fifth term as President of the Georgia State Council. During this time, I actively served on both the Region 4 Disciplinary Committee and the National Disciplinary Committee.

 

My wife of forty-five years and I have a son, Brett, and a grandson, Kyan. We are both members of the Methodist Church.

 

My goal for being Region 4 Director is to promote VVA and to assist my fellow veterans. I would like for the region to work together promoting VVA programs and presenting conferences that provide tools and information to help us be better leaders. Even as we are getting older and many are being drafted to their final duty station above, VVA continues to grow in membership, and I would like to continue supporting that growth.

 

The reality, however, is that the time has come to decide what the future of the VVA will look like. I know that, together, our leaders and members can identify and implement a positive path forward.

 

I would appreciate your support.