Welcome to the Isaac Garrison Chapter
  National Society Daughters of the American Revolution  
  Nixa, Missouri  
  Chapter History  
  On April 25, 2009, the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution appointed Marilyn Treptow Dexter as organizing regent for a chapter to be formed in Nixa, Missouri. On October 3, 2009, the Isaac Garrison Chapter was organized with 20 members. Mrs. Dexter is currently serving as regent of the chapter.  
  The chapter is named after Isaac Garrison, a Revolutionary War Patriot who is buried in Christian County (originally Greene County), Missouri. In 1832, at the age of 100, he moved west to Missouri with his sons and their families. He lived for another four years. His grave has been marked by both the local DAR and the SAR chapters. It is located between the towns of Nixa and Ozark. In a book about the Garrison family, Isaac Garrison is quoted as saying that he had done surveying with George Washington, had hunted with Daniel Boone, and was very proud that ".....I outlived them both."  
  Organizing Members  
  The following ladies are listed as organizing members of the chapter:  
staryglitColleen Marie Porter Baker staryglitVirginia Joan Blount Bass
staryglitConnie Clow Bogner staryglitCarmen Boyd
staryglitSharon Sue Shaw Brown

staryglitKaren Allison Crain Burghout

staryglitVera Kathleen Price Chandler staryglitMarilyn Lee Treptow Dexter
staryglitMolly Kathleen Chandler Faulkner staryglitSara Lee Hamilton
staryglitRebecca Paige Hough Hathcock staryglitWanda Lea Boyer Hedenberg
staryglitBarbara Gail Woodall Hough

staryglitJeanette Elaine McKee

staryglitAnn Meuser staryglitLinda Vaughan Oeser
staryglitDeborah Ann Treptow Small staryglitPatricia Mae Wescott Sneed
staryglitDorothy Jacqueline Schmitt Warfel staryglitPaula Lea Hedenberg Yach
  Chapter Officers 2012-2014  
              staryglitRegent: Linda Oeser  
              staryglitVice Regent: Sarah O'Quinn  
              staryglitChaplain: Jeanette Elaine McKee  
              staryglitRecording Secretary: Judy Peace  
              staryglitCorresponding Secretary: Ginny Brandt  
              staryglitTreasurer: Sharon Brown  
              staryglitRegistrar: Carmen Boyd  
              staryglitHistorian: Wanda Hedenberg  
              staryglitLibrarian: Connie Bogner  
  Meeting Information  
  Our chapter meets on the second Saturday of each month at 9:30 a.m., September through May, except January.  
  Related Links  
  Missouri State Society
Daughters of the American Revolution
  National Society Daughters of the American Revolution  
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