Chapter Executive Board

Chapter Commander
Kevin “Gator” Armstrong
Life Member #6380
Gator hails from the great state of Colorado and has been married to the lovely Mrs. Theresa for 23 years and together they have four children and six grandchildren. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2015 after 26 years as an Infantryman. Gator originally joined the CVMA in 2011 with GA 25-1 and then transferred to TX 23-2. In 2012 he was finally transferred to TN 18-2 where he and his wife plan to stay. He became a Life Member in 2015 and has held the chapters Secretary position in the past. Gator and Toybox are the proud proprietors of Gators Lounge where the beers are cold and the Red Heads flow.



Executive Officer
David “Fossil” Townsend
Life Member #3727
Fossil is 3rd Generation Army. He joined the Army in 1978 and Retired 2000. Fossil joined the CVMA on witness protection program due to stealing Girl Scout Cookies. Think them girls are still after him, so don’t tell. He loves puppy’s, flowers, walking hand in hand with his wife and signing show tunes. Favorite color is Jasmine. Favorite movie, anything with puppy’s singing show tunes.



Sergeant At Arms
Christopher “Shadow” Boiley
Full Member #8365
Shadow grew up in California and has been married to his wonderful wife Donna “Lady” for 26 years. They have two children and six grandchildren that keep their schedules full. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2009 after 22 years in aviation as a Chinook Crewmember and maintainer. Shadow joined the CVMA with Chapter 28-2 in Huntsville, AL in 2012. In 2015 he transferred to TN 18-2 and became a Life Member in 2016. He has held the position of Chapter Public Relations Officer in both chapters. Shadow holds an MBA in Project Management and also a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. He is still serving, out of uniform as a Department of Defense employee. In his spare time Shadows sidelines as a plus-sized hand model, and is a VIP member of the David Hasselhoff Fan club.


Charles “Luigi” Anderson
Full Member #15739
My name is Charles “Luigi” Anderson. In plumber years I’m 34. Offering over 31 years of service to our country. People say I live in a house but I call it Mushroom Kingdom. My favorite past time is collecting coins, from all around the world. I am the youngest of my siblings and my parents are Nintendo. Growing up in a poor Italian family it was important I learned a trade. So, I became a plumber. During this endeavor I learned I was not too fond of snakes, so you won’t see me jumping on those. Aside from my trade, I served time in the Navy. After this I crossed over to green, to serve the remainder of my years in the U.S. Army. As long as I can remember I have preferred the color green, and denim jeans. I have accumulated reliable group of friends and my brethren like to visit me for packs of boos. I now will offer my services and skills, gathered over the years, to my family here in the CVMA.


Charles “Nips” Elliott
Member #10236
Nips originally hails from the outskirts of Philly, hence the weird accent. He commissioned into the Army (yup, I was an officer…) in 2004 from Slippery Rock University. He deployed to Iraq in 2005 with the 16th Armored Engineer Battalion, 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division. Upon his return, he completed a branch transfer and became a Medical Service Corps officer, and was stationed at Ft. Hood. There, he deployed twice more to Iraq, once in 2009 and again in 2011. He joined CVMA in 2013 as a member of 23-5 out of Killeen, and transferred to 18-2 upon a PCS to Clarksville. He loves puppies (I mean, who doesn’t) wheeling in his jeep and beer…