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Texas Corvette Association

P O Box 461129   

San Antonio, TX  78246-1129


OFFICER AT LARGE POSITIONS


Our OALs are responsible for notifying members assigned under his/her jurisdiction of all Club events. They also attend the Board of Directors meetings as active participants and represent the members of the Club at these meetings. OALs plan Club activity during their tenure. OALs maintain regular contact with the members under their jurisdiction and encourage participation in Club activities and continued Active membership status in the Club.

 
Janet Hoyo
I was fortunate to have lived in a number of wonderful cities and states and graduated from the American School in London, England as a result of my father being a senior geologist for Mobil Oil. However I have lived in Texas for more than 1/2 my life, so I consider myself a Texan by default .

I am blessed with a wonderful husband, John who was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. He grew up in his father's auto repair shop so having car(s) is officially part of his DNA. I formerly was a full time event planner specializing in large and small events for San Antonio, Dallas and Austin. John is working his dream job as a chauffeur being semi retired, so between the both of us we look forward to using our skill sets to contribute to the success of our association.


 
Bryan Dean
Hello! I retired from the Air Force in 2017 after 25 years and bought my retirement home at Medina Lake. I now work for a not-for-profit company providing analytic services at numerous military locations, mainly in the Pacific…….After a ride in my neighbor’s (Jerry Smith) C7, I bought my first Corvette, a triple black Stingray convertible, in 2016. He came over to see my new car with a smile and a TCA application in hand. I’m grateful he was a member and encouraged me to join.

For myself, the TCA embodies so many great aspects. First and foremost, the rewarding feeling of supporting St. Jude’s Ranch for Children would be reason enough to join, but there’s more. The club’s motto of coming for the cars but staying for the people couldn’t be more true. I’ve experienced a fraternity with the club that I cherish; not just like-minded enthusiasts talking about Corvettes, but a very generous and caring membership, many of which have come to be close and dear friends. I look forward to the new year and if I can do anything to enhance your experience with the club, please don’t hesitate to ask!


Leah Wyckoff 


Rob and I married in March of 2010.  At that time he had a 1978 pace car.  That was really the first experience I personally had with a Corvette and I never looked back.  In the past 11 years we have had 5 Corvette's and currently own a 1965 Convertible and a 2020 Coupe.  We have two boys.  Our 13 year old (Brennan) is starting high school next year and we also have a 3 year old  named Maverick. We have a wealth management practice at Morgan Stanley as a husband & wife team together.

We have been in the club for the last 6 years. Rob has served as raffle car chairman and has also been car show chairman for the last 3 going on 4 years.  I just finished up my 2 year term as membership chair. Getting to meet other couples that share the love for Corvette is what I enjoy most. I'm looking forward to serving as your OAL!




 

Greg Temple
Debbie and I were married in 1979.  We moved to San Antonio in 1983.  We have two boys that have blessed us with three grandchildren.  I retired from Valero in 2013 and started dabbling in real estate.  Debbie is a practicing dental hygienist and works one day per week.  We are active at Oak Hills Church and in the Valero retiree club.  We love to travel, play with our grandchildren, walk our golden doodle, cheer on the Spurs and drive our corvette.  

We have had a corvette since 2001 but have never owned more than one at a time.  We had a 2001 C5 yellow convertible, a 2007 C6 black ZO6 coupe, a 2014 C7 blue Z51 coupe that we picked up at the NCM, a 2016 C7 red Z51 convertible, and currently a 2019 C7 red Grand Sport coupe.  The only daily driver was the 2001.  Only two have been purchased new, the 2014 and 2019, but none of the others had more than 4000 miles on them.  We joined TCA in December 2018 and are enjoying meeting fellow corvette enthusiasts.

 


Dan Leinbach
My work brought Debbie and me back to Texas in 2008. I am a Chartered Financial Analyst and was Vice President, head of fixed income research at USAA until my retirement in 2018. I grew up in central Illinois and ordered my first Corvette in 1976. I fell in love with the Corvette early in my life and started saving to buy one when I was nine years old. I saved the money I earned from mowing lawns, delivering newspapers, walking beans, detasseling corn, and working at a bank. I still own the flame orange 1976 Stingray I ordered in 1975 with my earnings. Over time I have owned five Corvettes and still have four of them.

Debbie and I joined the TCA when we met Rosa Reinert at Freddie's Restaurant. Rosa invited us to the next TCA meeting, where we were impressed with the club members' camaraderie and friendliness. We enjoy the TCA's social aspect, but we also enjoy being a part of the TCA race team. Debbie and I have competed in various open road races: Big Bend Open Road in West Texas, Silver State in Nevada, and Sandhills/Loupe to Loupe in Nebraska. Debbie and I have a son and a daughter, serving in the military, and three grandchildren. The newest addition to the Leimbach family is our third grandson being "delivered" to the showroom in February.  



Pat Hulett


My wife, Caron, and I have been married for 42 years and have lived in San Antonio since 1984. We have been blessed with two lovely daughters, two fine sons-in law, and three wonderful granddaughters. I retired from Hydraulic Supply & Service Company in May of 2019. I got my first Corvette a few months before retirement as a present to myself , a 2003 50Th Anniversary convertible. We joined TCA shortly after and have totally enjoyed getting to know the fine people in this group. We now own a 2019 Elkhart Lake Blue Grand Sport. We joined TCA for the cars and stayed for the people and we look forward to meeting and getting to know more of you in the months and years to come.





 
John Dewey
As a life-long enthusiast for all things automotive, I engaged in sports car rallies and drag racing, and attended sports car races at Mid-Ohio while I was in high school. I met my wife, Beth, in New Mexico while serving in the Air Force. At the time I was driving a ’68 Camaro I had modified with flared fenders, Corvette side exhaust & a 301ci solid lifter SBC with 11.5:1 compression.

She still says she didn’t know I liked cars when we got married 49 years ago! I finally got my first Corvette (2000 Mag red convertible), joined the TCA in 2002, and currently have a 2012 Supersonic Blue Grand Sport coupe sharing shop space with my ’34 Plymouth coupe hot rod (owned 46 years), ’66 Shelby Mustang clone and my current build project - a ’33 Ford roadster with a 348ci Chevy. Having retired in 2014 as a manufacturing industry executive, I now devote my time to family, project cars and motorsports events. Great cars, wonderful friends and memorable activities!


 
Daryl Higgins


My wife, Ardie Kendig, and I have been married for 42 years, and during that time we have owned 10 Corvettes. Two C3s, Two C4s, Two C5s, Three C6s, and our current "baby" is a 2017 Admiral Blue C7 Corvette Stingray. We were members of the Texas Corvette Association back in the early 1990s, and had the pleasure of participating in the first Corvette Caravan to the official opening of the National Corvette Museum in 1994. Shortly thereafter we had to drop our membership as our professional careers did not allow for the time necessary to be an active participant in club activities. In March of 2019, after 48 years in Christian Ministry, I was able to retire from full-time work. We immediately rejoined the TCA, and signed up with Rick Creekmore for the 25th Anniversary Corvette Caravan. We now look forward to our regular monthly meetings, and scheduled events with all the great people of our Corvette club.


My wife and I have traveled extensively around the world, leading teaching and preaching missions, as well as group tours to historical locations including the Holy Land, Egypt, Jordan, Zimbabwe, China, Southeast Asia, French Polynesia, Russia, Western Europe, Alaska, and Hawaii. I am also a licensed private pilot with over a thousand hours logged in single-engine private aircraft, although no longer current at this time.

We hope that the year 2021 will be an improvement over 2020, and that our club membership will be able to enjoy many activities and car shows, that had to be either cancelled or postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

 



 

Teresa Largent

Teresa spent the first part of her career in retail sales, operations and management for companies including Nike, The Limited Corporation & Harley-Davidson; after years of living and working on the road, she seized a friend’s invitation to join Stewart Title as a technology trainer ultimately leading her to become a real estate agent.

  Teresa and her husband, Charles, own a black 2017 Grand Sport.  They joined TCA in early 2019 prior to permanently moving from The Woodlands to their forever home in Spring Branch in March of 2020. They’ve participated in several TCA events including the 2019 Corvette Caravan to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

   As an OAL, Teresa hopes to bring hers and Charles’ love for people, Corvettes, socializing and adventure for the good of the club...rallying current members along with helping to grow membership!



 

 
Kay Weber
Bill & I were married in 1976 and he had a 1975 silver C3 coupe at that time. Life intervened and the coupe was traded for more traditional family transportation. In December 2004, we purchased a Lemans Blue Commemorative C5 convertible. We drove “Baby Blue” until 2017 when it was donated to the National Corvette Museum (NCM). Our current baby is a 2016 C7 Corvette Racing Yellow convertible. This car has taken us on many a trip with our TCA family, from Fredericksburg, to the NMC 2019 Caravan, Telluride, CO, and Albuquerque, NM.

I have enjoyed getting to know Corvette enthusiasts and their spouses. I have chaired the SJRC Christmas Breakfast with Santa for the last 2 years, as well as helped with On Site Registration for our annual Car Show. As an OAL, I look forward to 2021 being a more mobile year so we can get out and enjoy our cars and friends.


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