The Sacramento Area Chapter Leadership

President Denny Joyce ’61

Denny Joyce ’61 has held the office since 2002.  In spite of a few shortcomings he has kept his power by asking anyone questioning his rule with the question, “how would you like to be chapter president”..  After graduation Denny served on USS Charles F Adams (DDG-2) and then went to sub school and served on USS Bang SS-385 and USS Henry L Stimson SSBN-655.  In 1967 he became an FBI agent and served 24 years, his final 12 as senior supervisor in the Sacramento Field Office.  It is known at many of our monthly meetings he often shares a few “untold stories of the FBI” /Along the way he got his MBA from the University of Wisconsin and a MA in criminal justice from George Washington University. He lives in the city of Folsom with his wife Val and their black lab, Kelley

 

 Vice President Dr. Terry Brown ’67

Bio under construction

Treasurer Jack Everett ’64

Bio under construction

 Corresponding Secretary of the Chapter Bob Bartron ’73

Bob Bartron ’73 was told by his mother while growing up, “Bob, you were born to be retired and a grandpa.”  Bob fulfilled his destiny in 2010 when he left the workforce and his first grandchild was born.  Initially assigned to the USS Schofield (DEG-3), he earned his SWO pin before requesting assignment to flight school in 1976. Upon gaining his pilot wings, he entered the ASW/patrol community and served in two Moffett NAS based squadrons.  His only shore duty in the Navy (other than being a student) before he retired in 1995 was always with Navy Recruiting Command in California, Washington D.C. and upstate New York.  After the Navy, Bob managed retail furniture stores and then was head of a private junior college.  He then recruited prior service members to become teachers in high-need areas through the federal “Troops to Teachers” program. After retiring from the Navy, Bob used his GI Bill to get a Masters of Arts in film.  Since 2010 he has been a full-time author. Currently he has thirteen titles in print, mostly fiction about sailors.

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