A YEARLY HISTORY OF THE US JCI SENATE
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The history of the U.S. JCI Senate is here for you to review, on a
year by year basis. It would be impossible to present all the facts about each year, so the highlights of each year are
here for you to read about and remember.
The following information was taken from the U.S. JCI Senate's 25th
Anniversary booklet which was available at the 25th Annual Meeting of the U.S. JCI Senate held in Des Moines,
- We'll start with the Forward of the booklet
written by Daryl R. Watts #9776, the Fourth President of the U.S. JCI Senate, 1975-1976, and the 20th Anniversary Chairman.
- Next is THE DREAM by Leo W. Briere #9714,
recognized as the Founder of the U.S. JCI Senate.
- Here are the Minutes Of The First Planned Meeting
of the U.S. JCI Senate which was held on June 18, 1972, 4:00p.m., hosted by Atlanta JCI Senators at the Marriott Hotel in
- Then we have the Minutes Of The First Meeting
the U.S. JCI Senate that was held on June 20, 1972, at 3:00 p.m., hosted by Atlanta Senators at the Marriott hotel in Atlanta, GA.
- We are fortunate to have The Remembrances of Bob
Lindholm #7792 from his article entitled "Looking Back" from the 20th Anniversary booklet.
- James J. O'Connell #5046 was The First Year President.
- Robert F. Lindholm #7792 was The Second Year President.
- Bill Miller #13935 was The Third Year President.
- Daryl R. Watts #9776 was The Fourth Year President.
- Eugene M. Bishop #13558 was The Fifth Year President.
- Phillip E. Thompson #15388 was The Sixth Year
- Charles E. Fries #18344 was The Seventh Year President.
- Robert L. (Bubba) Hunt #16436 was The Eighth Year
- Ray Noxsel #8456 was The Ninth Year President.
- Emil R. Ruzicka #21478 was The Tenth Year President.
- Fred L. Fischer #21307 was The Eleventh Year President.
- Jim Luff #24706 was The Twelfth Year President.
- C. Douglas Hincker #22200 was The Thirteenth Year
- M. S. "Doc" McCarty #14783 was The
Fourteenth Year President.
- Tony Dominiec #23393 was The Fifteenth Year President.
- Larry A. Sheeler #16232 was The Sixteenth Year President.
- James A. Hall #16055 was The Seventeenth Year
- Lanny G. Heater #23429 was The Eighteenth Year
- David E. Habershaw #17879 was The Nineteenth Year
- Hal Krekorian #9695 (Deceased) was The Twentieth Year
- Hap Hilbish #24442 was The Twenty-First Year President.
- Joe Eller #32962 was The Twenty-Second Year President.
- Don Robertson #21969 was The Twenty-Third Year
- James "Jim" Ashley #23454 was The
Twenty-Fourth Year President.
- Frank Butler #15132 was The Twenty-Fifth Year
- Our past Historian, Gary Hogue #8376, gives us his memories in his
article "Reflecting On Our Past".
To help you remember, here is a listing of the year and location of the Annual Meetings of the U.S. JCI Senate.
This is a lot of information about the U.S. JCI Senate. However, at
the same time, it is not a lot of details about 25 years of our organization. If you have any additional information,
specific details or memorabilia about the U.S. JCI Senate that you would like to have
maintained in our archives, please contact our Historian.
There's more about the early history of the U.S. JCI Senate in an article by Virg LeBow #2559 entitled "Facts, Rumors, Myths and Good Times Prior To 1972 & Beyond" on this page.