Biography Sheila Foy


Sheila Foy



Sheila Foy comes from California and Studied Aeronautical Engineering, 4 years, at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA 1981-1986.  She met Eric Foy while attending the University and they married in 1986.  They have 6 children ages 9-21
After moving to Medford in 2000, she joined Jackson County Republican Women and became Secretary in 2003-2004. In 2005 Sheila was elected President of JCRW and served from 2005-2006.
While serving as President she also served as Secretary of the Oregon Federation of Republic Women. In 2007 she was elected Secretary of the Jackson County Republican Central Committee and served in that position for 2 years.  During this period she was Mamie Eisenhower Literacy Project (MELP) Chair for both OFRW and JCRW.
Sheila’s love for politics and her passion for making a difference also showed in her Volunteerism to the Republican Party – During the 2004 Election Sheila was one of the chairs for the Bush-Chaney Campaign.  In 2006 she co-chaired The Ron Saxton for Governor Campaign and again in 2010 she worked within the framework of the Dudley for Governor Campaign opening the office every day and placing volunteers in the Call Bank and Walking for Dudley. 
Aside from her political duties, Sheila has taught Sunday school 5th and 6th grade at the New Beginnings Church in Medford and at the Mountain Christian Fellowship.  She has served as a Room Mother at the Elementary School attended by some of her children as well as a Boy Scout Parent Volunteer. Sheila has also volunteered at Women & Children’s Shelter at the Medford Gospel Mission, and as a Parent Volunteer at the School Board Initiative.
Sheila was presented the Bob Luther & Wally Iverson Service Award for 2007 by the Jackson County Republican Party and in December of 2008 was presented with the Violet Brewer Service Award for 2007 by the Jackson County Republican Women.

Presently Sheila is Parlimentarian for JCRW Board.


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