2003 Volunteers of the Year

Gayle Mason, Quota International of Greenbrier County, WV

Gayle Mason

Quota International of Greenbrier County, WV

Gayle Mason brings her varied abilities to many areas of service. She is a self-employed CPA and holds membership in both the state and national Society of CPA’s. In her professional field, she has been selected to grade CPA exams in New York City, is a member of the Accounting Advisory Board at Virginia Tech, and is a board member for the West Virginia Board of Accountancy. Gayle has held all offices within the Greenbrier County Quota club and is a past district governor. She is also regional director of collection for Operation Christmas Child; treasurer for “Lifeline,” an emergency communication system in Greenbrier County; and a member of the planning committee for “Godstock” Christian retreat. If you are looking for someone to take on the big jobs, ask Gayle. She has served as campaign treasurer for Cleve Benedict, who was a candidate for governor of West Virginia and United States senator. She also served as treasurer of the West Virginia Republican State Executive Committee, fund-raising chairperson for the WVRSEC building fund, and has held offices in the local Republican Club. To round out her activities, Gayle is very active in her church as a choir member and treasurer. Last but not least, she gives of her talents and knowledge as chairperson of the Greenbrier County Building Committee, as a member of the West Virginia Property Valuation Training Commission, and as board member of the State Fair of West Virginia. Gayle has been named Young Career Woman of Greenbrier County. Gayle’s Quota club feels that she has represented herself well in the community and has also been a good ambassador for Quota International of Greenbrier County.

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