Women Warrior Veterans of Wilson County – (WWV)

“Impacting and Empowering the Lives of Women Veterans and Our Community”

Women Warrior Veterans of Wilson County – (WWV)

“Impacting and Empowering the Lives of Women Veterans and Our Community”


WWV President

Gloria Mick

US Air Force Retired

Welcome!  Thank you for your interest in the Women Warrior Veterans of Wilson County group. As veterans, we strive to provide a forum where we can share our ideas and concerns about our benefits, socialize with other women veterans and participate in veteran-focused activities in our communities.

Women in the Group served in different branches of the Services, globally and within the United States for a myriad of enlistments and service commitments.

I am an Air Force Chief Master Sergeant (Retired).  My last position was as Chief, Air Force Casualty Services at the Air Force Personnel Center on Randolph AFB, TX.  I am originally from Northern Michigan, a native Yooper!  I was assigned to many different overseas locations, including the far North, Thule, Greenland.  Upon retirement, using my Veteran educational benefits, I attended the University of Texas, San Antonio, graduating with Honors as a Human Resource Manager.  I’ve worked in the private sector as a Benefits Budget Analysist and with the Department of the Army as its Benefits Administrator.  I retired in July 2020.

I am a Past President of the Women in the Air Force (WAF) Association, a group of over 500 veteran and retired Airmen, some who still actively serve. My husband, Alan and I have two grown children who live in the San Antonio area. We volunteer at the SA Food Bank in its Apple Corps program, and I work part-time at a local funeral home.

The Women Warrior Veterans are an inspiring, service-focused group who bring their collective service and professional experience to the Wilson County community.  We look forward to you joining us!

WWV Vice President

Linda Nye

U.S. Army Retired

I am glad you are interested in the Women Veterans Warriors of Wilson County.  I joined the organization in 2021 and have truly enjoyed the comradery of my fellow women veterans. I also find the services we are involved in very rewarding.

I served in the United States Army both in the Reserves and on Active Duty, for over 33 years as an Army Nurse in numerous positions including a hospital commander.  In 1990, I deployed to Desert Storm with the 403rd Combat Support Hospital from Phoenix, AZ.  There I served as the Assistant Chief Nurse and Officer in Charge of the Intensive Care Unit/Recovery Room. In 2005-2006, I deployed to Iraq with the 2nd Medical Brigade which was responsible for all Medical Operations in the Iraq Theater. I was the Senior Nurse Officer in the Iraq Theater and I served as the Officer in Charge of Medical Operations for the Iraq Theater.   From 2005-2008 I served as a consultant to the Medical Directorate for Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, VA.  I retired in 2010 as a Colonel.

On a personal note, my father and uncle served in the Army in WWII.  My husband (who is a retired Special Forces Colonel) and I have been married 46 years.  We have 2 children and 5 grandchildren.  Our daughter and her husband are also in the Army, continuing the military tradition.  I serve in several ministries at my church and enjoy gardening, walking and traveling.

WWV Secretary

Iris Kaplan

WWV Treasurer & Co-Founder

Janet West

U.S Navy Veteran 

As the Treasurer and co-founder of WWV, we hope you will join us in our endeavor to create a sisterhood as well as give back to our community.

My Background: I served 3 years in the US Navy during Vietnam as an Orderly (stewardess), flying for the Senior Vice Admiral of the Naval War College, Newport, R.I. I earned my Air crewman Wings after extensive training. After the service I got my degree in Accounting. I worked for 40 yrs for small and large corporations. I have had my own business doing Income Taxes and I had a retail store for over 11 years. Now, I am retired.

Personal Note: I love to garden and raise cattle. I am also very interested in American History, notably Civil War. My family is deep rooted in American History going back to the Mayflower and Pilgrims. We have served this country in the American Revolution, Civil War, Spanish American War, WWII and Vietnam. It is my honor and privilege to serve as Treasurer of WWV. I love this group and hope that you will come and join us.

WWV Sergeant at Arms

Leslie Hinson

Copyright © 2020-2022 Women Warrior Veterans of Wilson County, WWV

EIN 85-1973675

501(c)(3) Registered in Texas

Non-Profit Organization

(830) 542-9093 PO Box 453, La Vernia TX 78121


Copyright © 2020-2022 Women Warrior Veterans of Wilson County – WWV

Womenwarriorvets@gmail.com 501(c)(3) Registered in Texas Non-Profit Organization (830) 542-9093


PO Box 453, La Vernia TX 78121