The Sun City Vistoso Genealogical Society’s purpose is to provide its members with genealogical information via speakers, classes and facilities, and with support and fellowship in the search for their past. Membership is open to anyone having a current SCVCAI membership card or to any former resident of Sun City Vistoso who was a member of the Society while a resident.
We also cooperate with other genealogical organizations in the Tucson metropolitan area: the Green Valley Genealogical Society, the SaddleBrooke Genealogy Club, and the Pima County Genealogy Society.
Our Club Bylaws describe our operating procedures in full detail.
If Sun City Vistoso becomes your home and genealogy is your one of your interests, we welcome you and hope you will consider joining our Society. Meetings are held on the Mondays through 2022 in the Catalina Vista Building. Check the website for dates and times.
As evidence of our success, here’s an incomplete list of genealogical work published by current and former members:
Norma Page Schellberg, Remembering Daddy: the story of Reginald V. Page. North Salt Lake, UT, DMT Publishing, 2010.
Gerald E. Jones, “The Capps Family of Chatham County, North Carolina, 1750-1800,” North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Vol. 32 No. 4, November 2010, pp. 293-329.
Irma Winterhoff Franke, The Descendants of Christian Vierke (ca. 1650 – 1712) of Mecklenburg and Vorpommen, Germany, Tucson, AZ, 2008.
- Nelson R. Sulouff, A Sulouff and Suloff Family History: the story of an American immigrant Johannes Zulauf and those descended from him, Oro Valley, AZ, 2001.
Irma Winterhoff Franke, The Descendants of Franz Winterhoff (1503 – ?) of Niedersachsen, Germany, Hösseringen Branch, Tucson, AZ, 2001.