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Our Legion Family

Our Squadron is very proud of our Legion Family here in Perryville, Maryland.
 
The accomplishments of Susquehanna Squadron 135 would not be possible without the support of American Legion Post 135, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 135 and Post 135 American Legion Riders.

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Susquehanna Post 135 Legion Family Leaders
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2016-2017

Post 135 Legion Family Leaders 2016-2017. (L to R) Post Commander Ernie Miller, Legion Riders Director Terry Marrs, Auxiliary Unit President Eleanor Deal and SAL Squadron Commander Mark Fayer, Sr..

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 Susquehanna Post 135
American Legion
Officers

2016-2017

Commander
Ernest C. Miller
 
1st Vice Commander
Terry W. Marrs
 
 
Finance Officer
Nancy S. Polk

Chaplain
Robert "Blair" Smolar
 
Historian
Alfred Davisson
 
Sgt-At-Arms
James "Richard" Hall
 
Adjutant
Charles F. Cunningham
 
Executive Committee
Donald L. Griffith Sr.
Charles F. Cunningham
Douglas G. Hornberger
Thomas P. Ward
Frederick F. Reil Jr.


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Susquehanna Unit 135
American Legion Auxiliary
Officers
2016-2017

President
Eleanor Deal
 
1st Vice President
Holly Charsha

2nd Vice President
Sally Fayer

Treasurer
Cyndie McMullen

Secretary
Terri Grove
 
Chaplain
Donna Lindenmuth
 
Historian
Colleen Chambers
 
Sgt-At-Arms
Wendy Kramer

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Susquehanna Post 135
American Legion Riders
Officers
2016-2017

Director
Terry W. Marrs
 
Assistant Director
Marc Orlando

Treasurer
Gregory S. Warner

Secretary
Vicki Marrs

Road Captain
Bob Coffee
 
Sgt-At-Arms
Gene Fromm

Membership Chairman
Robert Chenowith

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Just a Common Soldier

He was getting old and paunchy, and his hair was falling fast,

And he sat around the Legion telling stories of his past,

Of a war that he had fought in and the deeds that he had done,

In his exploits with his buddies-they were heroes every one.

And though sometimes to his neighbors, his tales became a joke,

All his Legion buddies listened, for they knew whereof he spoke,

But we'll hear his tales no longer, for old Bill has passed away,

And the world's a little poorer for a soldier died today.

He was just a common soldier, and his ranks are growing thin,

But his presence should remind us we may need his like again.

For when countries are in conflict, then we find the soldier's part,

Is to clean up all the troubles that others often start.

If we cannot give him honor, while he's here to hear the praise,

Then at least let's pay him homage, at the ending of his days,

Perhaps a simple notice in a paper that would say,

"Our Country is in mourning, 'cause a Soldier passed away."

Author Unknown

 

 

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The Legion Family At Post 135
Four Organizations Working As One

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