Roger B. Schulz is a life member of SCI as well as a life member of the Alamo Chapter of SCI.
After 37 years in the U.S. Army, I retired as a Command Sergeant Major (CSM) at the nominative level. During my last assignment, I was responsible for the training, welfare, and management of all enlisted Soldiers in a command of over 28,000. Other assignments included CSM, Task Force 3, Iraq with over 7000 Soldiers and Airmen. Commander, Alpha Company, US Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, TX where I responsible for over 600 resident students and up to 2500 non-resident students in a college-level environment. Additional responsibilities included managing over 200 family housing units. Commandant, US Army Non-Commissioned Officers Academy and Commander, 12th Battalion (NCOES), Fort Lewis, WA. Besides running a full-time academy, I was responsible for the accreditation of all USAR and NG NCOES in the 12 western United States, with oversight of Alaska, Hawaii, and Guam. Installation CSM, Fort Hunter-Liggett, CA. In addition to managing the enlisted force, I provided guidance and oversight or the Installations training facilities to ensure safety and quality standards were maintained. Qualifications include Ranger, Airborne, Air Assault, Jump Master and Rappel Master.
After retirement, we purchased a small ranch south of San Antonio, where we raise Corsican and Dahl sheep. We manage ours and the neighbor’s property to enhance local wildlife, providing year-round feeding and water stations as well as seasonal food plots. We follow these same principles for our property in Minnesota as well. Our hunting program goal is to ensure a healthy and stable wildlife population remains for future generations to enjoy.
Hello! I am the Alamo Chapter’s Administrative Coordinator. I was born and raised right here in San Antonio. My husband and I are proud parents of a beautiful daughter who attends the University of Texas at Austin. As a family, we enjoy life out in the beautiful Texas hill country. I love meeting and assisting our Chapter members, so be sure to reach out and let me know if I can ever be of assistance!
I moved to Texas in 1999 from South Louisiana. I’ve been hunting from an early age. I have had the opportunity to hunt Africa on two occasions. My first was after a church missions trip with my youngest son Joel. The second trip was a family event with my wife Diane, my oldest son John II and my wife’s brother and his wife, Wayne and Nancy Gates. I’m married to Diane since 1974, have 5 children and 13 grandchildren! I retired from the Insurance Industry after 35 years.
Alamo Chapter SCI gives me the opportunity to help others enjoy our Hunting heritage and freedoms!
Growing up in South Louisiana, the Sportsman’s Paradise, made things like hunting, fishing, and firearms just part of growing up. I fell in love with it. It was also a constant time of bonding with my dad and three brothers.
This is something everyone should experience and something that should be actively protected. I count it a pleasure to serve with the Alamo Chapter, and I look forward to building the same memories with my three boys.
I am a born and raised San Antonio native, a Texas A&M Graduate, and an avid outdoorsman. Over the last 28 years, I have developed a great respect for the outdoors. I aim to help others find the opportunities to experience Nature in all its entirety through the many great efforts of the Safari Club. I look forward to sharing stories and memories with all of our members and creating new ones in the future.
I have enjoyed the outdoors of South Texas for fifty years. Some of my very best memories are of family and friends teaching me to hunt and fish in this beautiful area with such abundant wildlife. Just as those who taught me, I also enjoy helping and teaching others about hunting and conservation. Whether it is on the Agape Ranch in Uvalde County, in the beautiful Texas Hill Country or in deep South Texas, a hunt is best when it can be shared with those just learning the sport or with those that have limited opportunities to hunt. This lines up well with the Mission of the Alamo Chapter of SCI and I am happy to devote resources and support this organization.