The Stephenville chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their last monthly meeting until September this past week and the guest speaker was Marcy Carter Lovick. These ladies meet at the First Presbyterian Church in Stephenville.
Admitted to the National Society Daughter of the American Revolution in 2003, Marcy Carter Lovick is a NSDAR life member and Honorary regent of the Elizabeth Crockett Chapter, NSDAR, of Granbury.
Mrs. Carter-Lovick is presenting a program today promoting her state regent’s project of providing monetary grants for women’s’ military veteran non-profit organizations around the state of Texas. Her project was approved by the state’s delegate in March at our annual conference and local chapters are being encouraged to apply for organizations in their community that focus and serve out female veterans.
In addition to currently serving as State Regent, she previously served the Texas State Society as Vice Regent and Organizing Secretary. She was named the TXDAR Outstanding Volunteer Genealogist 2014. She has served the NSDAR as the National Chair of Volunteer Genealogists and had been appointed to many genealogy-related committees.
She has accumulated over 30 years in her marketing, advertising, and public relations career. She is a past member Hood County Historical Commission.