Methow Valley American Legion Post 0143
Post Commander Keith Morden USN 1977-1989
The Post Commander is the servent to all of the members,
The Community and every Veteran, member or not.
The position is Leader, the responsability is to all. ( I just made that up but its true)
First Vice Commander William (Skinny Robinson)
First Vice Commander is second in charge and if the commander is unable to head a meeting then it is up to the first vice commander to make things run smoothly until the commander returns. William (Skinny) Robinson is in the position of First Vice Commander. Skinny is a former Commander and will also serve as Sargent at Arms for the post. His go for it attitude and always willing to help is ideal for his new position.
Second Vice Commander Vacant position
Second Vice Commander is our social director of the post. Making sure that the meetings are fun, and help with recruitment of new members.
He or is third in command at the post.
Post Adjutant Linda Vix-Hardesty US Air Force
Linda is in charge of keeping the post running in an orderly manner. Filing required documents, membership paperwork
and telling the post commander "you can't do that" when required. She is the backbone of the post.
Finance Officer Roy Person
The Finance officer is in charge of making sure funds are appropriatly spent, programs are funded, Bills paid and all donations to the post are accounted for. Roy is new to the post but he is already proving himself as a great person to have on the team
Post Chaplain Carolyn Groninger USN
Our Chaplain is a trusted advisor, our spiritual leader and a calm and level head when things get exciting. she is also a paramedic and volunteers in the community. She is one of the cornerstones upon which the post rests.
Sargent at Arms Vacant position
The one to keep the peace and order in the post. The top person on ceremonies This is part of what this person does. Performing ceremonial duties and much more. C'mon step up and join the team, we need you
Post Historian Vacant Position
Historian has the duty of keeping the history of our 100 years as a post safe and alive.
keeping documents and photos safe and reminding us of where we have been.