2001 Volunteers of the Year

Virginia Calhoun, Quota International of Monroe, LA

Virginia Calhoun

Quota International of Monroe, LA

For over 35 years Virginia Calhoun served QI of Monroe with passion. Her life was a true testimony of the Quota Collect, as she lived selflessly with both grace and kindness to all. Active in her club, Virginia was a prominent role model, mentor, coach, and friend. Her countless hours of service to her community, both local and statewide, earned her name a place on the bicentennial commission’s time capsule in the state capitol. Virginia was a lifetime member of the board of directors for the Ronald McDonald House, a board member of the Crime Stoppers of Ouachita, and a 50+-year member of the First Baptist Church of West Monroe. In addition she worked with Regions Bank since its founding in 1963 and continued to hold the title of Senior Vice President Emeritus. Her teachings live on in the hearts and minds of the many lives she touched, both in her community and beyond.

Share With Friends Online