Kerwin Stone is a Director at Large for VVA, a position he has held since 2015.
Stone entered active duty with the U.S. Air Force in 1970 and was assigned to Ko Kha Air Station in Thailand. His tour ended in 1973, and Stone separated from the military at the rank of Captain in 1975. He is an Agent Orange survivor.
VVA has been Stone’s passion since 1993, when he joined as a life member. From 1999–2005, he served as treasurer of Chapter 292 in Beaumont, Texas, and has been chapter president since 2005. He has served as secretary of the Texas State Council, and has been its vice president since 2014. He has also been a director of the Texas Vietnam Veterans Assistance Foundation since 2010.
Stone earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mathematics from Southern Methodist University, and completed a law degree at the University of Texas on the GI Bill. He has practiced law in Beaumont since 1978, specializing in corporate law, contracts, banking, and real estate. Stone has served on the boards of several companies, served as a school board trustee, and is an active member of his church.
Stone’s two sons have blessed him with four grandchildren. The elder son is a retired fighter pilot and now an airline pilot, and the younger son is a Methodist pastor.Send Email