|AVVA State President||Casey Farrell|
|Arizona Vice President||Sue Crego|
|AVVA State Membership Coordinator||Sue Crego|
|Chapter 95 Representative - Prescott||Maggie Thoman|
|Chapter 106 Representative - Tucson||Eleanor Apodaca|
|Chapter 432 - Representative - Phoenix||Lynn Wesp|
|Chapter 835 Representative - Yuma||Brenda Noriega|
|Chapter 975 Representative - Mohave County||Casey Farrell|
|Chapter 1011 Representative - West Valley||Samantha Dodge|
|Chapter 1043 Representative - East Valley||Kim Woods|
|Chapter 1093 Representative - Sierra Vista||Donna Horton|
The AVVA is a Veterans' Service Organization
(Washington, D.C.) The Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America (AVVA) is proud to announce that on July 17, 2009, The Honorable Eric K. Shinseki, Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA), signed the paperwork for AVVA to become a Veterans Service Officer Organization.
"We are honored to announce today, as we celebrate the tenth birthday of our organization," said Elaine Simmons, President of Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America, "that AVVA is now recognized by the Department of Veterans Affairs as a national organization which will be able to use accredited service officers to assist in the preparation and process of benefits claims for veterans and eligible family members. AVVA thanks Secretary Shinseki for the swift and positive action on our application."