Wil is the President of
ICCC , but not new to the position.
has led ICCC for many years previously and we are glad to have him back.
He brings a wealth of knowledge, management skills, and Corvette
creditability to the club. Wil was the Corvette Plant Manager from
1993 - 2008 and remains one of Corvette's most dedicated fans.
He is still active in many organizations to include the National
Corvette Museum. Wil has always kept at least one Corvette in his
garage since 1969, now he has too many to count!
Hello, my name is
Billy Brooks. I
the newly elected Vice President of ICCC.
I have been a member of ICCC
for over 15 years. I've had an opportunity to develop life long
since that time. I am looking forward to working with our
members to both grow the organization and help to cultivate a
feeling of family and fun within ICCC.
SECRETARY Gigi Bohannon
I am Gigi Bohannon secretary of
ICCC, I drive a 2001 Convertible blue with white top
C5 LS1. I am a native of Atlanta, My hobbies are gardening, golfing,
and traveling. Just don't follow me or ask me for
...is the ICCC
corresponding secretary. Rosa is enthusiastic about her position and
already made an impact in the organization. Rosa and her husband, Ed, own a 1998
Torch Red C5
and 1980 Yellow
C3 which they are restoring.
exhaust systems on their
or Dr. Cooksey,
a semi retired professor at Western Kentucky University,
who is also treasurer of ICCC, and right
hand to retired Corvette Plant Manager Wil
Charles E Breedlove is the newly elected ICCC Parliamentarian, is very
knowledge of this position. Charles is one of the Founding member of the
Roadrunners Corvette Club of Huntsville, Al. Charles is married to
Patricia Breedlove and they are the proud owners of 2004/ 2001 C5 Corvettes and a 1985 C4 Corvette. Charles retired from the US Army with over 20 years of active
military service and also retired from the US Postal Office with over 20
years of service. Charles is currently active in many other organizations and holding many various officer positions. With his background in management skills, he will make a big impact within ICCC.
George, affectionately known
as “Strawberry”, resides in Jacksonville, FL
and is a charter member and former president of Vette Masters of
He became a member of ICCC in 2004 and enjoys the fellowship and
camaraderie of the “elite” corvette owners. George is a General Motors
retiree and takes great pride in his metallic red 2001 C5.