Biography Lovella Moore

 

BIOGRAPHY

Lovella Moore

 

Lovella a native of the Rogue Valley and her husband Noel have a blended family of 7 children, 35 grandchildren, and 13 great grandchildren.  She was a Dental Assistant for 15 years and owned a Cottage Industry Floral and Gift Shop.  Her other Community credits include Chapter Regent, Daughters of the American Revolution, Mayflower Society, S. O Historical Society, Gold Digger Guild and President of Symphony Guild.
 
Lovella joined Jackson County. Republican Women in 1990.  She has served as Secretary, 1st V. Pres. and in 1997 / 98 as President, and again in 2007.  She chaired the 50th Anniversary party for JCRW.   Lovella was instrumental in bringing a line of jewelry for JCRW for six years and the Jewelry line still does very well as a fund raising tool.
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As a member of OFRW she has served as Chair of Protocol , Ways & Means, Chaplain, & Nominating Comm., two times, also supports the 100% Club. She was a Delegate to the NFRW Convention and attended 6 NFRW Conventions. As a member of NFRW she has belonged to the Regents Club.
 
Lovella has been a PCP for Jackson County Republican Party for about 18 years. She has helped set up Headquarters, worked Fair Booths, sponsoring tables for Lincoln Day Dinners, preparing auction items.  She was instrumental in getting JCRW involved in LDD. She has worked on many campaigns.
 
Lovella supports the ORP and RNC. She helped coordinate Newt Gingrich’s visit to Medford and she attended the Nat’l Convention for George W. Bush.
 
In March 09, Lovella contacted JCRW Board & offered to run for District .VII Director for 2010 / 2011.  Lovella again submitted her name to run for District VII Director for 2012 / 2013.  She was unanimously re-elected in June of 2011 for another term 2012-2013.  She has attended many District meetings and chaired Meetings as a host club. 
 
 
 
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