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Rebecca "Becky" Weber

Rebecca Weber has been a clubwoman for 23 years and an active member of her club ever since, serving as President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and many chairmanships. As the Community Improvement Project Chairman in 1996, Becky’s club won fifth place at the GFWC International Convention. On the Junior District level Becky has held every office, as well as, Make a Difference Day Chairman and Secretary on the district level.

Becky served on the GFWC Illinois Junior Board of Directors for 12 years, including Junior Director (2004-2006). As Director, she represented the Juniors on the GFWC Illinois Executive Committee and GFWC Board of Directors. Additionally, Becky served as the GFWC Illinois Public Affairs Chairman, Central Region Vice-President, GFWC Illinois LEADS chairman, GFWC Citizenship Chairman (2006-2010); and GFWC Director-elect of Junior Clubs (2010-2012).

Becky has dedicated her life to volunteering including: teacher’s aide, room mother, the St. Mary’s PTO, Snyder Village Nursing Home and Citizens Advisory Council; and leads the St. Mary’s Guitar Group. In 1996, she began and continues volunteering at Metamora Township High School, most rewardingly in the Special Ed Resource Room. Most recently, Becky has added CASA volunteer to her resume.            

Becky’s love for U.S. veterans began when she started playing Taps for military funerals in sixth grade, which she continues today. Becky also volunteered at the V.A. Outpatient Clinic, Danville V.A. Hospital, and is an honorary member of the Key Volunteer Network with the 6th ESB, Company C Marines in Peoria, Illinois.

She has been married to Mike for 33 years and they have four wonderful children and one beautiful granddaughter.


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