2019 AGIFUS National Conference Election Results
National Commander Lawrence "Larry" Romo – Texas
National Vice Commander Russell Lopez – Colorado
National Secretary Greg Nichols – California
National Treasurer Pat Marrero – Colorado
National Sgt-at-Arms Fred Romero – California
National Chairwomen Dora Gonzales – Colorado
National Vice Chairwoman Leona Flores – Michigan
National Women's Secretary Rebecca Lugo – Michigan
National Women's Treasurer Laura Flores – Colorado
National Youth Chair Isabel Delarosa – Michigan
National Youth Vice Chair Sierra Gallegos – Colorado
National Youth Treasurer David Vigil – Michigan
2019 National Conference Registration
Make Hotel Reservations Early—Limited number at $59 + tax. RESORT FEE WAIVED. Call 1-800-331-5731 or
(Group Code: GSAMGIF) DEADLINE JULY 5, 2019
Registration fee for Forum and Women Delegates is set at $175.00 or on site at $200.00. Registration forms will be on this site as soon as they become available. You may contact Denise Blanchard 956-371-3311 for more information and updates.
American GI Forum of Texas, Inc.: AUSTIN, Texas –The National Conference Committee is working to finalize details for the upcoming 2019 American G I Forum of the United States National Conference scheduled for August 4-8, 2019 at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino, 129 East Freemont Street in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada 89101. National Commander Larry Romo confirms that updates and information will be mailed to or posted on this site as it becomes available.
The Conference Headquarters will be at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino. A block of rooms has been set aside for all attendees. Room Rates are set at $59.00 plus 13% tax. The resort fee has been waived only if attendees’ book through the block of rooms American GI Forum Conference 1-800-331-5731) Code: (GSAMGIF) room services will. These rooms are available now and include:
MY 2 CENTS WORTH
My parents always reminded me that being the oldest of 13 children I had to set an example for my brothers and sisters and that was to go to college and get an education. My 5th grade teacher, Sister Mary Louis demanded to know what I wanted to be when I grew up, which prompted me to tell her I wants to be an aeronautical engineer.