WICMOAA is proud to have 14 Surviving Spouses as Chapter members as well as one surviving daughter.
Many of the Surviving Spouses also belong to the Oak Harbor Retried Officer's Wives Club (ROWC).
As a result of their camaraderie within WICMOAA and ROWC, the WICMOAA Surviving Spouses can always get a helping hand when needed.
WICMOAA also provides training that will help Surviving Spouses, Survive better.
If you are a Surviving Spouse of an officer from one of the eight uniformed services, consider joining the WICMOAA Family.
Join MOAA’s Surviving Spouse Virtual Chapter
MOAA’s Surviving Spouse Virtual Chapter is an affinity group whose members share information and ideas with others in a virtual environment.
After starting the virtual meetings through quarterly teleconferences, the Surviving Spouse Virtual Chapter now meets monthly through Zoom.
Almost 40 states are represented in the membership. This chapter is intended to be an enhancement to, rather than take the place of, geographic chapters, and Free to members.
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While waiting in my little cabin in the remote Georgia mountains for a handyman, I decided to do an online search for a nearby MOAA chapter. I found one only 30 miles away, so I emailed my phone number to the chapter president and awaited a response.
The next day, he called and invited me to their chapter meetings, the state convention, and their Christmas dance. I responded with an invitation to my Florida chapter. We had such a lovely warm chat. It was almost like speaking to a member of my family.
I like to think of MOAA as a community, where joys, ambitions, sorrows, loyalties, and good works are shared. Connections of past service, local activities, charitable work, and legislative initiatives cement the bonds of friendship.
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