Second Amendment advocate Willis Lee to address Republican women May 24

May 14, 2017

The Sussex County Republican Women’s Club will welcome Second Amendment advocate Willis K. Lee at its next dinner meeting at 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 24, at Kings Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach. For required reservations, contact Linda Rehm, 302-430-0329 or

Willis K. Lee, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, is a 22-year veteran of the Cold War on the Czechoslovakian border and the fight against terrorism in Europe, a veteran of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm, and spent five years with the Joint Chiefs in the Pentagon. He has earned numerous awards including the Bronze Star for combat performance and the Legion of Merit for combating terrorism. His appreciation for guns and shooting started when, as a child, he went hunting with his dad.

Willis, who lives both in Hawaii and Northern Virginia, is the father of two daughters. He earned an engineering degree while at West Point, and a master's degree in public administration from Central Michigan University. A member of Oliver North's NRA Military and Veterans Affairs Committee, Willis serves on the NRA Board of Directors and was recently named co-chairman of the Trump-Pence Second Amendment Coalition Leadership Team. His political and legislative focus is to help ensure citizens’ Second Amendment civil rights, as gun opponents take aim against them.

It is the mission of the Sussex County Republican Women's Club to assist in the election of Republican candidates, act as an advocate for the Republican Party's principles, and empower women to participate in the political process. SCRWC, the largest Republican Women's Club in Delaware, has been actively engaging women in the political process for more than six decades. For more information, visit

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