Prescott Vette Sette - a brief history
The Prescott Vette Sette
Corvette Club (PVS) was the brainchild of JoAnn Waddell and Mary Turner.
JoAnn owned a '95 Coupe and Mary owned a '98 Coupe, and in September of 2000 they decided the area needed a club for like-minded drivers.
To be sanctioned by the National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) required a minimum of twelve members, so they recruited their spouses and an additional dozen folks to come up with a crew. The original founding members were:
JoAnn & John Waddell
Mary & Scott Turner
Laura & Larry Greseth
Alfie & Butch Katheder
Bill & Mitzi Johnston
Cliff & Nancy Pollay
They were joined the following month by Ed & Lorraine Elfenbein and Nancy Camrud.
The first officers of the club served two year terms: JoAnn Waddell as President, Mary Turner as Vice-President, Laura Greseth as Secretary, and Alfie Katheder as Treasurer. The club started a newsletter in 2001 with Nancy Camrud as Editor and Chief.
Subsequent Presidents have been:
2013 Jerry Jones
2012 Dan Fennessy
2011 Dan Fennessy (finished Jan Creech's term)
2011 Jan Creech (resigned Feb 18, 2011)
2010 Phil Muscat
2009 David Weinroth
2008 Pat Lynch
2007 Mike Devlin
2006 Dick Besser
2005 Bill Cobb (finished Bill Bake's term)
2004 Bill Baker (resigned midyear)
2003 Butch Katheder
2002 JoAnn Waddell
2001 JoAnn Waddell
2000 JoAnn Waddell
Along with the social activities of PVS, the club donates annually to local charities, the Annual Car Show being the primary fund raiser. Some of the charities that have benefited from the club's donations are: Make-A-Wish Foundation, Horses with Heart, Stepping Stones, Yavapai Humane Society, Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary and Prescott Firefighter Charities. Visit "Car Show History" for details
Note: This PVS Club information was gathered from numerous active and past members of the Prescott Vette Sette by Jerry Jones. Should you have additional information or supportive corrections, please contact Jerry Jones at [email protected]