Char Boyd has been a volunteer at the Warhawk Air Museum for 8 years, and Volunteer Coordinator for 6 years. Before she retired and became a volunteer for the museum, her career included being a legal secretary for 10 years and then switching to medical transcription for 20 years. She has extensive experience in both volunteering and leading volunteers, including being the Idaho State Board President for Walk to Emmaus, facilitator for a grief-care ministry, hospice caregiver, meal ministry coordinator, guardian for Honor Flight of Idaho, and a member of Soldier Angels (working with teams of folks all over the nation writing letters and sending care packages to our troops in the Middle East). Char is the daughter of a career military pilot (USAF). She was especially drawn to the Warhawk Air Museum because of its mission statement to preserve and teach the history of American veterans, to learn from these amazing warriors, and to help promote further patriotism in her community, state, and country. Char has a Bachelor’s Degree from Boise State in Fine Arts (piano performance) and resides in Eagle with her husband, Larry. Outside activities include singing in various choirs, counted cross-stitch, golfing, traveling, and camping.