(Mrs. Carl W.) Yvonne A. Wunsche of Spring, Texas, was installed as supreme worthy president of the Social Order of the Beauceant in Tyler, Texas. Her motto is "Reflecting on the Past, While Looking to the Future," and her symbol is mirrors. She will preside in Denver, Colorado, during the 100th Annual Supreme Assembly in September 21 - 25, 2020.
Mrs. Wunsche joined the Social Order of the Beauceant in 1991 and has served as worthy president three times. She has served on several Supreme Committees and as supreme assistant marshal for (Mrs. Richard B.) Jeanette Cotton. She was elected supreme preceptress in Topeka, Kansas. Her Sir Knight, Carl W. Wunsche, is a past commander of Melrose Commandery 109 and Ruthven Commandery 2.
Mrs. Wunsche attended Texas State Technical Institute in Waco, Texas, which led her to studying computers and databases. After marrying Carl in 1985, they moved back to Carl's home town, Spring, Texas. She has worked in the IHS Market for the last thirty years and is currently the Research and Analysis Associate Director in the oil and gas industry. She was a Girl Scout leader, a swim team board member, a football mom, and a drill team instructor.
Mrs. Wunsche's has two children: (Mrs. Roberto M.) Suzette Sanchez, member of Melrose Assembly 204, and C. Wesley Wunsche. Jr., past international congress secretary of the International Order of DeMolay, and one granddaughter, Aurora.
Mrs. Wunsche is a past worthy advisor of LaMarque Assembly 267 of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls and a past mother advisor of Melrose Assembly 167. She is a past matron of the Order of Eastern Star, of Spring Chapter 1121 and Klein Chapter 1141 in Spring, Texas. She loves to read, listen to all kinds of music, to do activities with her family, and to spoil Aurora.