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Welcome to the Coach House family! As President of the Coach House Owners’ Club (CHOC), and on behalf of all of our members, I would like to extend this invitation to you to join our fun and friendly club.

CHOC is made up of like-minded people who share the common bond of owning a quality Coach House motor home for their recreational pursuits. Our rallies – such as Fall 2017 to Pine Mountain, Ga., and next Spring 2018 to Memphis, Tenn. – are fun times for exploring new locations, sharing experiences, getting together with old friends and making new ones. When we’re not on the road, we keep in touch through our CHOC Talk newsletters which are published twice a year (usually in the months of September and December) and our CHOC Facebook group page, which is a private forum for members and past members only.

Click here to download an application or you may email me directly at or CHOC Membership Officer Sherry Bayer at Applications are also available from Coach House directly (1-800-235-0984). We look forward to meeting you.

David Wedemeyer, President


A great add-on to your Coach House motorhome:

The Coach House Owners’ Club (CHOC) is a chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association. Membership in the Coach House Owners’ Club provides the following benefits:

  • Camaraderie with fellow Coach House owners
  • CHOCTalk newsletter
  • CHOC Facebook page, which is private and secure
  • Full access to the CHOC web site
  • Coach House activity options
  • Chapter rallies
  • FMCA benefits. For more information, visit FMCA.  A brochure is available with an FMCA application and information. You may also call FMCA at 1-800-543-3622.

- Coach House Owners Club Officers -

David Wedemeyer

First Vice President, Membership
Sherry Bayer

Second Vice President, Rally Coordinator
Ruth Ristow,  Bill Ristow, Irene Wedemeyer

Third Vice President, Communications
Jackye Moody

Director of Creative Content
Jean Oaks

Jill Hiatt

Val Baselice

FMCA National Director
Royce Connell

FMCA Alternate National Director
Gary Montgomery