Department Officers

New Member Training

What do you do at your post or district to train new members? How about established, long time members? Both thirst for knowledge about the VFW. Its heritage, history, purpose today, and our future are of interest to everyone.

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Zeb Alley Passes

Zebulon “Zeb” Alley of Waynesville Post 5202, who has been the VFW Department of North Carolina’s State Legislative Chairman for over 25 years, died on Thursday, June 11 th, at the age of 84.
He was an artillery forward observer in the Korean War, and received a Bronze Star for valor and a Purple Heart for his combat services in the conflict. He was known far and wide as a superb legislative lobbyist, being ranked for 16 years straight as North Carolina’s most effective lobbyist.

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Past State Commander Seay Passing

It is with sadness and regret that we announce that Waynesville Post 5202 has confirmed that Past State Commander Douglas L. Seay died Saturday, 27 October, at Asheville VA Medical Center.

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Time To Plan for New Post and District Officers

It seems like we have just started our Post year, but we are already at the halfway point. New officers will be taking their new positions concurrent with the 2012 Department of North Carolina Convention in June. It is now time to build your slate of new officers.

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Funeral Arrangements Set for Rev. Parker

The funeral arrangements for Rev. A. G. Parker are now set and the viewing is tomorrow, Monday, Feb 6th. Please share this information with your post members. The Viewing will be from 6-8 p.m., Monday, at the Hayworth Miller Funeral Home located at 108 E. Kinderton Way in Bermuda Run , NC. The funeral will be at 11am, Tuesday, at the Yadkin Valley Baptist Church, Advance, NC, off of Hwy 801.

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A G Parker Passes

The North Carolina department lost a long time friend and member today, Saturday, February 4, 2012. Reverend A. G. Parker died today in Raleigh, North Carolina, while attending the Winter Council of Administration meeting. His wife, Frances, and friends were with him.

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