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Auxiliary

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Q: I am related to someone who served on active duty during one of the membership eligibilty dates. Can I join the Auxiliary of The American Legion?

A: You are eligible to become an Auxiliary member if your relative:

  • Is a Member of the American Legion
  • Has served on active duty in the Armed Forces In World War I (April 6, 1917 to November 11, 1918) or after December 7, 1941 and received an Honorable Discharge
  • Who died in the line of duty during the above time periods
  • Who, having received an Honorable Discharge, died after such service
  • Who were allies of the United States and who died on duty during service or received an Honorable Discharge, or with this Honorable Discharge, died after service


For more information or to apply for membership, please contact Crystal Stickles, Membership Chair, at (716) 545-6657 or Carol Schaller, President, at Bkinbflo@yahoo.com.

We look forward to having you in the American Legion family.

 

Auxiliary Officers

President Carol Schaller Bkinbflo@yahoo.com 716-990-7799
1st Vice President Dawn Marie Marra dmarra26@gmail.com 716-290-1089
Membership Crystal Stickles   716-545-6657
Secretary Ruth Ann Coppola rcopp26754@aol.com 716-725-2561
Treasurer Laura Scott lehoover15@gmail.com 716-982-5480
Historian Pam Borawski borajklj1973@gmail.com 716-228-1105
Chaplain Amelia Parrish   716-883-0434

IN REMEMBERANCE

April 16, 2021

PAULINE B. BERTINI (nee Hall)

Beloved wife of the late John Bertini; loving mother of John (Robin) Bertini, Pauline (Robert) Kirst, Andrew (Karen) Bertini and Debra (late Wayne) Kendzior; sister of the late Ron (late Brenda) Owen, late Derrick (Ann) Hall and late Pam (Arthur) Nelder; adored grandmother of seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; also survived by several in-laws, nieces and nephews. She was an 18-year member of the Milton J. Brounshidle Auxiliary.



 


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