Soldiers' Angels Welcomes New Board Member

Nationally known nonprofit, Soldiers’ Angels, announced today the election of a new member, Curtis Beauchamp, to its Board of Trustees.

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San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) April 01, 2014

Nationally known nonprofit, Soldiers’ Angels, announced today the election of a new member, Curtis Beauchamp, to its Board of Trustees. Curtis will also serve as the Interim Treasurer.

Beauchamp has many years of experience in the military community. He served 23 years in the Marine Corps as a First Sergeant where he had command responsibility as a Senior Enlisted Advisor. After his military retirement, Beauchamp began his civilian career working for Wells Fargo as their Military Affairs Director. He is currently employed by ServiceMaster Anytime Restoration.

Beauchamp also has a background of service in the nonprofit world. He served as the President of the San Diego Council of the Navy League, National Director of the Navy League and most recently as the Chairman of the Board for Operation Homefront – Texas.

Board Chairwoman and Soldiers’ Angels founder, Patti Patton-Bader, welcomed him by saying, “We are thrilled to have Curtis join our Board of Trustees. With his broad range of military, financial and nonprofit background, Curtis will help us take the organization to the next level.”

Beauchamp is passionate about Soldiers’ Angels mission to provide aid and comfort to veterans and military families.

“When I heard about Soldiers’ Angels and all of the lives they have touched, I wanted to be a part of that team,” said Beauchamp. “Together with Soldiers’ Angels and the thousands of volunteers across the country, I look forward to serving.”

About Soldiers’ Angels: Soldiers' Angels is an award-winning 501(c)(3) with hundreds of thousands of volunteers providing aid and comfort to members of the U.S. Armed Forces, veterans and military families through a wide variety of hands-on projects and volunteerism.


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