Welcome to the Umpqua Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution. The Umpqua Chapter was organized on the evening of March 7,
1918, in the parlors of the Presbyterian Church of Roseburg, Oregon with Mrs. William Smick, Organizing
Regent and Mrs. I.L. Patterson, State Regent in attendance. The Umpqua Chapter was the 10th chapter organized in the State of Oregon.
Umpqua Chapter Objectives
Historic preservation, promotion of education and
patriotic endeavor as fulfilled through monthly meetings and service activities.
Participation in community events, support our
youth, collaborate with the VA Roseburg Healthcare System.
Promotion preservation of genealogical records to
memoralize the men and woman who lived and died to establish an independent America.
The Umpqua Chapter currently meets
at noon on the second Saturday of each month from September to May. If you are interested in joining us, please
contact one of the members listed below:
The Umpqua Chapter participated in the Roseburg Veteran's Day Parade this
Umpqua Chapter members attended the March 2, OSSDAR Board
of Management meeting in Tualitin, OR. Pictured are: Barbara LaMarche; OSSDAR GRC State Chairman & Chapter Historian,
Diane Hollinger; Chapter Regent, Jan Gardner; Chapter Registrar, Cyndi Marraffino; Chapter Chaplain, Jan Delano; Chapter Secretary