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Post Regular Meetings 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30PM (*Regular Meetings are Audio Taped*)

Current Post Officers for 2016 - 2017

COMMANDER
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ROBERT M MCFADDEN

"To you, my comrade, is entrusted a very important duty, that of teaching and protecting the cardinal principles of The American Legion throughout your entire Post.  To you is entrusted supervision of the duties of all other officers of the Post.  To you may come the needy and the distressed and it is your duty to see that no worthy comrade is turned away without full justice.  It is your duty to see that Freedom is ever the watchword of those with whom you may come in contact.  Loyalty to your Post, to its membership, to the state and to the National Organization, are obligations which you now assume.  You are guided by the Constitution and by the decisions of the Post as a body, yet the responsibility for the success of the year's program is largely on your shoulders.  You must initiate and carry through programs to completion.  You must thoroughly familiarize yourself with the policies and traditions of your Post and of The American Legion.  By your sincere acceptance and earnest performance of these duties, may the great trust which your comrades have reposed in you be justified."

ADJUTANT
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JERRY BARBOUR

(No Photo Available) "My comrade, you have been chosen to assist your Commander in the wise and effective administration of the office and to serve not only your fellow Legionnaires, but also those whose relationship to our organization has led them to look to us for guidance and relief.  You will find the duties many, varied, and at times taxing of your crowded hours of resources.  The successful accomplishment of our program depends, to a great extent, upon you and your performance of the duties of your office."
 
 

1ST VICE-COMMANDER
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JUDITH DUARTE

 
"To you is given the responsibility of an active cooperation between yourself and the Commander.  Particularly you should interest yourself in the membership of the Post.  You should be assisted by the most active and devoted members.  No single factor has so important an influence on the Post's success as membership.  You will be the exponent of means of safeguarding the honor of the Flag of our Country.  To you are committed these endeavors with the expectation that you shall fulfill each and every one of them.  You are the teacher of 'Democracy'."

2ND VICE-COMMANDER
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JOHN ENGEL

 
(No Photo Available) "Into your helpful hands are placed the important responsibilities of assisting the Commander with all duties.  Particularly you should be interested in patriotic observances of all kinds, in developing Post activities, and in the entertainment features which mark all meetings.  Help to observe strict tolerance among your members on all political, religious and civic matters.  The applications of Justice will be your particular concern."
 
 

FINANCE OFFICER
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MIKE CILLO

 
 
"You are the keeper of the moneys and in you is reposed the financial policy of the Post.  To you is given charge of the year's budget and to you is given the duty of the payment of all obligations when proper authorization has been given for such payment.  Your position is an important one, demanding integrity and honesty.  Your election to this office signifies that your comrades have implicit trust in you.  Guard well that trust."

HISTORIAN
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VICTOR DUARTE


 
(No Photo Available) "Your Office is an important one.  To you is given the responsibility of preserving and compiling the records of the Post.  The future can only be judged by the past.  Be mindful that the lamp of recorded experience may do much in guiding the footsteps of those who follow.  Ever remember that without the recorded history of this Post, its policies and accomplishments will be a blank to the ones who come after we are gone"

CHAPLAIN
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Brad Knaub

"To you is given the spiritual leadership of ths Post.  You will, I know, lend dignity and respect to your office.  You should be in close confidence with the commander and the other officers of this Post, and should attend all meetings of the Post.  You should be ready upon occasion to take your part in the initiation of new members, the dedication of halls, monuments of colors, and the funeral services for a comrade.  All such ceremonies are made more commenorative by the use of our ritual.  Into your keeping we place the spirit of comradeship of this Post.  May harmony and unity prevail."

SGT-AT-ARMS
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CURRENTLY VACANT

"You are the sentinel or tiler, the outer guard of this Post.  You will guard especially against the loss of one of The American Legion's greater possessions---our deep and abiding spirit of comradeship.  You will learn the identity of and introduce to the Commander all visiting comrades and guests of the Post.  You are responsible that no one shall remain a stranger in our midst.  Be ready at all times to assist your Commander.  Into your hands is given charge of the stand of colors which you will properly display at all Post meetings and on ceremonial occasions."
 

SERVICE OFFICER
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BLAIR MALLONEE

"You have been singly honored by this Post by your election to perform fundamental, unselfish work, not only for the benefit of the members of this Post, but for those War veterans particularly in need of your service.  Yours is the choice responsibility of looking out for the welfare of all concerned.  The duties of a Service Officer are highly important and exacting, and while your accomplishments will be deeply appreciated by those immediately concerned, the work itself will not be sufficiently conspicuous to catch the headlines in the newspapers.  Depending upon satisfactory performance of duty, there will come to you the heartfelt gratitude of each and every member of this Post.  We congratulate you upon the opportunity to serve so constructively and so unselfishly."

Here to Serve
If you need to contact any one of these officers you can send email to:
(legion182md@lycos.com) and we will see they get the information.

POST EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE                         
                       
CURRENT POST OFFICERS (APPOINTED AND ELECTED)
PLUS 4 ELECTED ADDITIONAL POST MEMBERS
 
Tom Wagner
Robert Lloyd
Max Yoder
John Smith

Questions or comments? Get in touch with us at:

Mailing Address:
 
American Legion
Slate Ridge Post 182
2217 Whiteford Road
Whiteford Maryland 21160
410-452-5819
 
Email Address:

legion182md@lycos.com