Metropolitan Houston Chapter

Chevron Retirees Association

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Chapter Meetings

We have quarterly luncheon chapter meetings, normally on the second Tuesday of the last month of the quarter.  Information about the entrée selections for the upcoming chapter meeting is shown below as soon as it is available.  If you would like to make reservations for the next chapter meeting luncheon, you may do so with either Credit Card or Check.  

Upcoming meetings have been scheduled for:

March 10, 2020
June 9, 2020
September 8, 2020 (Tentative)
December 8, 2020 (Tentative)  

Our chapter meetings are usually held at the HESS Club, 5430 Westheimer, 77056, in the Galleria area. For directions, check out this link

Neighborhood Luncheons

We also have Neighborhood Luncheons in various locations around Houston.  To learn more about these, check the Neighborhood Luncheons page.

OUR NEXT CHAPTER MEETING 

What: MHC Chapter Meeting Luncheon

Where: HESS Club 

When: March 10, 2020

Schedule:

10:00 am Social - cash bar available
11:30 am Greetings and lunch

This quarter’s luncheon entree offerings are: 
1)  BBQ Brisket and Smoked Sausage
2)  Lemon Roasted Chicken w/ Roasted Peppers and Onions
3)  Grilled Vegetable Medley w/ Pasta al Pesto

 12:00 Noon Program
Jeanna Titterington-Andros

Jeanna Titterington-Andros is a Texan through and through and very proud to call Houston her home.  Jeanna is the oldest and only girl of four children and grew up a tomboy, riding horses, playing sports and keeping her younger brothers in line.  Her fondest memories of childhood are helping her parents garden, getting the eggs from the chicken coop, riding motorcycles through the pasture while dodging cows and playing kick ball in the front yard with her brothers and the neighborhood kids.  

Jeanna graduated from Sam Houston State University with a degree in Communications.  At Sam Houston State University she was a member of the Chi Omega Sorority, anchor for the local cable channel and television manager.    

After a brief stint as a television producer Jeanna ended up in construction where she made a career out of building everything from homes, to doctor office build-outs to hotels.  

Jeanna also serves on the Grand Entry Hospitality Committee and has sponsored numerous Cook off teams through the years.  Jeanna has also served as the President of the American Heart Association, East Houston Division, board member of the American Heart Association, Hospice Committee Charity Ball, Chairman of Celebrity Waiter Gala.  She has also been a member of IIDA, International Interior Designers Association.

Jeanna resides in The Woodlands with her husband, Marc.  Jeanna and Marc have four children; daughter in the United States Air Force Academy, son on ROTC scholarship at the University of Texas, son studying Health Science at Texas State University and a daughter who is a Registered Nurse in the Medical Center.  


Last Chapter Meeting - Hi-Lights
                                        Bill Parish

"The One Man Band"
        

Bill began playing the guitar in 1966 at the age of 15.  He played lead guitar in a rock band during his High School years and in 1970 he formed his own Country Rock band.  In 1971, he recorded a song called “A Woman"  that reached number 16 on the charts that year. In 1972 he began touring with his own band, working the night club and Hotel circuits in such places as Las Vegas, New York, Nashville and Alberta Canada.  From 1975 through 1986 Bill performed with many notable musicians, among whom are Claude King “Wolverton Mountain”, David Houston “Almost Persuaded”. He also attended LSU Shreveport completing his BA Degree in 1983.  He formed his own band, The Crawdads, which performed as the opening act for Merle Haggard and Hank Williams Jr., headlined the Louisiana State Fair and Billy Bob’s Nightclub in Ft. Worth.  In 1986 he played Lead Guitar for Randy Travis and opened for Ray Price.  In 1990 he was one of the featured acts on "The Pride of Galveston" which was a Cruise ship that sailed out of Galveston.

During the last 20 years, Bill has performed mainly at night clubs, restaurants, retirement centers and at private functions.  Bill plays the electric and acoustic guitar, bass, harmonica, and keyboards. Bill and his wife, Judy, were married in 1983 and now live in Dickinson, Texas.

See and hear samples from Bill's music by clicking on the following links:


  

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Door Prizes

What would a Metro Houston Chapter Meeting be without Door Prizes?  Check out who won this time at Door Prize Winners.
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Check out what happened at other recent meetings in our Meeting Archive.


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