The Tarrant County Veterans Council was chartered in 1971 to provide an organization through which veterans service organizations in the Tarrant County area could coordinate their efforts to better serve area veterans and their survivors. In addition to supporting our military and programs that sustain veterans, their spouses, widows and family members, we are probably best known for hosting the annual Veterans Day Parade every year in Downtown Fort Worth.
ABOUT THE COUNCIL
President Dan Zmroczek
1st Vice Pres. Roland Paquette
2nd Vice Pres. Bruce Zielsdorf
Secretary & Finance Officer Terry Bigley
Chaplain (Col. Ret.) Russell E. Bracy
Past Pres. Martin Agee, III
Board of Directors
Director 1 Pixie Wetmore – Budget and Finance Chair
Director Ken Cox – Parades Chair
Director 3 Bill Putman – Legislation Chair
Director 4 Susan “Sam” Seelbach – Awards &
Director 5 Phil Vaughn – Constitution & Bylaws Chair
Director 6 Dale Clark – Membership Chair
Contact the Council
Tarrant County Veterans Council
P.O. Box 820451
Fort Worth, Texas 76182
The Veterans Council is a coalition of service organizations from throughout the Tarrant County area who have joined together to better serve the veterans of our Armed Forces through unity. The Council’s purpose is to…
Support the military forces of the United States of America
Encourage the maintenance of capable defense forces
Support programs which sustain veterans, their spouses, widows & family members
Coordinate veteran’s programs in the Greater Tarrant County area.
The Tarrant County Veterans Council was formed to provide a venue through which veteran service organizations in the Greater Tarrant County area can coordinate their efforts to better serve area veterans and their survivors.
In this spirit, the Council accepts all members and member organizations without regard to color, creed, race, religion or sexual orientation. The Council strives to sustain an atmosphere of mutual respect and welcomes the diversity that leads to an open exchange of ideas.
Tarrant County Veterans Council (TCVC) is a Texas-based corporation recognized as tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code which allows for federal tax exemption of nonprofit organizations. In accordance with 26 U.S.C. § 170, donations to TCVC are deductible, for federal income tax purposes, for donors who make charitable contributions.