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The Department of France

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American Legion National Convention Parade Paris France 1927

 

DEPARTMENT OF FRANCE HISTORY

Correspondence dated 30 September 1919 and October 1919 between Mr. Reynolds, the Managing Editor of the Chicago Tribune, and Mr. Henry D. Lindsley, Chairman of the National Executive Committee of the American Legion, was some of the first writings regarding the organization of the American Legion in France. This correspondence designated LTC. Francis E. Drake as the organizer.

On 9 November 1919 LTC. Francis E. Drake was accredited as the Commander of The Department of France by the National Headquarters of the American Legion.

LTC. Drake remained Commander of the Department of France from 1919 till 1921, with Norman B. Coster as the Department Adjutant. The Department status at this time was that of Accredited Only.

The actual approval of the Department of France occurred at the National Executive Committee meeting held on 7 February 1921 in Washington D.C; but considerable discussions were held on chartering American Legion Departments and Posts in foreign countries. Since the fact that the idea of the American Legion itself was born in Paris, France, it was decided to charter American Legion Departments and Posts in foreign countries and the Department of France was created with Posts in Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, and Turkey.

At the American Legion National Convention held in Kansas City, Missouri from 31 October 1921 till 2 November 1921, it was decided to assemble the Posts in Europe under a new title The Department of Continental Europe. At this time there were six Posts: Paris Post # 1, Paris, France; Brussels Post # 2, Brussels, Belgium; Amaroc Post # 3, Cologne, W. Germany; Warsaw Post # 4, Warsaw, Poland; Constantinople Post# 5, Constantinople, Turkey; and Garden of Eden Post # 6.

At the National Executive Committee held on 14 October 1923, in San Francisco, California. Paris Post#1 submitted a resolution to the National Executive Committee requesting that the Department of France be reconstituted because many of the Post that made up the Department of Continental Europe had ceased to exist and that Paris Post # 1 was the only Post remaining. It was decided by the National Executive Committee to approve the Reestablishment of the Department of France.

The present Department of France Charter was conferred on 12 February 1924 with the geographical area covering Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Spain and Sweden.

At The Department of France Convention held on 22 - 25 June 1991, in Bitburg, Germany; the delegates voted and approved the Eiffel Tower as the symbol of the Department of France.

Today the official Department Headquarters is found at the Hotel De Vile in St. Avold, France, with other offices located in Heidelberg, Germany. The Department is responsible for the Posts located in the following countries of Europe: Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FRANCE THE LAST THIRTY YEARS FROM 1970-2000  (Assembled by Merwyn "Mike" Beavers, NECMan)

The Department of France at the beginning of this time period was a TRIAD, that is, it had three levels of authority (Department, Districts, Posts). The Department had a Commander, Vice Commander at Large, Two Vice-Commanders for the district of France, Two Vice-Commanders for the District of Germany and other elected and appointed officials. The Districts and Posts had similar elected and appointed officials.

The National Convention is held from the last week in August to the first week in September. The Department convention is held during the middle of June each year. All elected and appointed officials are elected for a term of one year with the exception of the National Executive Committeeman and alternate who are elected for the term of two years on even years. Their terms start when the new National Commander is elected at the National Convention. This is dictated by the National Organization.

The Department official office originally was located in a building named the Pershing Hall, located at 49 Rue Pierre Charron, Paris, France. The U. S. Government owns the building and the American Legion was given authority to manage the building.

The following are the National Commanders and respective Department of France top officials elected in the same year.

1970-71 National Commander- Albert Chamie (CA) Convention: Portland
Department Commander- Jerome Guilds Ludwigsburg Post #6
Department VCAL-Leon Turrou Paris Post #1
Department VC for District of Germany- Roberto Cabulong
Department VC for District of Germany- Samual Skeens Bitburg Post #20
Department VC for District of France-Ernst Paolucci Paris Post #1
Department VC for District of France- Vaughn Callen Paris Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-James Zulick Paris Post #1
Department Alt. National Executive Committeeman- Robert Conrad Bitburg Post #20
Department Adjutant-Benjamin Chain Paris Post #1
Commander for District of Germany Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg post #3
Commander for District of France- George Keros

1971-72 National Commander-John Geiger (IL) Convention: Houston
Department Commander- Jerome Guilds Ludwigsburg Post #6 Convention: Trier, Germany
Department VCAL-Leon Turrou Paris Post #1
Department VC for District of Germany-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department VC for District of Germany-Tony Giametti Munich Post #8
Department VC for District of France-John Campbell Paris Post #1
Department VC for District of France- James Mallen Paris Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman- James Zulick Paris Post #1
Department Alt. National Executive Committeeman- Robert Conrad-Bitburg Post #20
Department Adjutant-Dan Bioni Paris Post #1
Commander for District of Germany- Larry Fowler
Commander for District of France-John Campbell Paris Post #1

1972-73 National Commander-Joe Matthews (TX) Convention Chicago
Department Commander- Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department VCAL-John Holmes Heidelberg Post #3
Department National Executive Committeeman- James Zulick Paris Post #1
Department Adjutant-Dan Campbell Paris Post #1

1973-74 National Commander- Robert Eaton (MD) Convention Honolulu
Department Commander- Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department VCAL-John Holmes Heidelberg Post #3
Department National Executive Committeeman- James Zulick Paris Post #1
Department Adjutant-Dan Campbell Paris Post #1

1974-75 National Commander-James Wagonseller (OH) Convention Miami Beach
Department Commander-John Homes Heidelberg Post #1 Convention: Antwerp, Belgium
Department VCAL-Spurgeon Boyd-Paris Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Adjutant-Dan Campbell Paris Post #1

1975-76 National Commander-Harry Wiles (KS) Convention: Minneapolis
Department Commander-John Holmes Heidelberg Post #3 Convention: Frankfurt/m, Germany
Department VCAL-Spurgeon Boyd Paris Post #1
Department National Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Adjutant-Dan Campbell and Edward Drayton Paris Post #1

1976-77 National Commander-William Rogers (ME) Convention: Seattle
Department Commander-Spurgeon Boyd Paris Post #1 Convention: Munich, Germany
Department VCAL- William R Williams Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-John Holmes Heidelberg Post #3
Department Adjutant-Edward Drayton Paris Post #1

At the convention in Munich a resolution was passed to do away with the Districts of France and Germany. An amendment to the constitution was passed to have eight Vice Commanders in lieu of District Commanders. They were assigned as follows: 1 Department Vice Commander-at-Large, two Vice Commanders for France, four Vice Commanders for Germany and one VC for Belgium, Denmark and Sweden.

1977-78 National Commander-Robert Charles Smith (LA) Convention: Denver
Department Commander-William R Williams Kaiserslautern Post #1 Convention: Lesigny, France
Department VCAL-John Norsworthy Bitburg Post #20
Department National Executive Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt Executive Committeeman-John Holms Heidelberg post #3
Department Adjutant-Edward Drayton Paris Post #1

1978-79 National Commander- John Carey (MI) Convention: New Orleans
Department Commander-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2 Convention: Kaiserslauten, Germany
Department VCAL-Jackie D Legg Rhein Main Post #5
Department National Executive Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Robert Winkler Bitburg Post #20
Department Adjutant-Yott Whitmore Paris Post #1

1979-80 National Commander-Frank Hamilton (IN) Convention Houston
Department Commander-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m, Post #2, Convention: Berchtesgaden, Germany
Department VCAL-Jackie D Legg Rhein Main #5
Department National Executive Committeeman-Helmut Spangenthal, Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Robert Winkler Bitburg Post #20
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

At the convention in Berchtesgaden, a resolution was passed to accept a new constitution and do away with the eight Vice Commanders and have five Vice Commanders. This is the constitution, which we operate under today. It has been amended several times since. The Department had an all time high in membership of 7900 plus in the year of 1980

1980-81 National Commander-Michael Kogutek (NY) Convention Boston
Department Commander-Jackie D Legg Rhein Main Post #5 Convention: Gothenburg, Sweden
Department VCAL-Roger Lantagne Paris Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman- Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

1981-82 National Commander-Jack Flynt (TX) Convention Honolulu
Department Commander-Jackie D Legg Rhein Main Post #5 Convention: Willingen, Germany
Department VCAL-Martin Ventrone Stuttgart Post #6
Department National Executive Committeeman- Helmut Spangenthal Heidelberg Post #3
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt Post #2
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

At the National Executive Committee meeting on 5 May 1982, the American Legion passed a resolution to relinquish the management of Pershing Hall.

1982-83 National Commander-Al Keller (IL) Convention: Chicago
Department Commander-Robert Winkler Eifel Post #20 Convention: Willingen, Germany
Department VCAL-Ray Harrison Crailsheim Post #21
Department Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Paul Chevalier Eifel Post #20
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

1983-84 National Commander-Keith Kruel (WI) Convention: Seattle
Department Commander-Robert Winkler Eifel Post #20 Convention: Willingen, Germany
Department VCAL-Eugene Gibbs Wiesbaden Post #1983
Department Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Paul Chevalier Eifel Post #20
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

The Department sued the National Organization over the management of Pershing Hall in the U. S. District Court in Indianapolis, Indiana.

1984-85 National Commander-Clarence Bacon (MD) Convention: Salt Lake City
Department Commander-Robert Winkler Eifel Post #20 Convention: Grand Canary Islands
Department VCAL-Charley Rallis Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Adjutant-Ken Johnson Paris Post #1

1985-86 National Commander-Dale Renaud (IA) Convention: New Orleans
Department Commander-Charles Rallis Kaiserslautern Post #1 Convention: Heilbronn, Germany
Department VCAL-Floyd Chatterton Heilbronn Post #79
Department National Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post#1
Department Adjutant-Ralph Browne Kaiserslautern Post #1

The Department passed a resolution to drop the case against the National Organization on the management of Pershing hall.

1986-87 National Commander-Judge James Dean (MS) Convention: Cincinnati
Department Commander-Charles Rallis Kaiserslautern Post #1 Convention: Bad Nauheim, Germany
Department VCAL-Don Smith Stuttgart Post #6
Department National Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Adjutant-Ralph Browne and Douglas Haggan Kaiserslautern Post #1

1987-88 National Commander-John Jake Comer (MA) Convention: San Antonio
Department Commander-Michael Verville Heidelberg Post #3 Convention: St. Avold, France
Department VCAL-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department National Executive Committeeman-Bill Lombardo Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Adjutant-Douglas Haggan Kaiserslautern Post #1

1988-89 National Commander-Hon. H. F. (Sparky)Gierke (ND) Convention: Louisville
Department Commander-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16 Convention: Monton (Riveria), France
Department VCAL-Edward Drayton Paris Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Michael Verville Heidelberg Post #3
Department Adjutant-Michael Verville Heidelberg Post #3

1989-90 National Commander-Miles Epling (WV) Convention Baltimore
Department Commander-Edward Drayton Paris Post #1 Convention: Sankt
Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Douglas Haggan Kaiserslauten Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Ray Harrison Crailsheim Post #21
Department Adjutant-Wayne Costa Friedberg Post #16

The Department official office was moved from Pershing Hall to the Hotel DeVille, St Avold, France.

1990-91 National Commander-Robert Turner (GA) Convention: Indianapolis
Department Commander-Douglas Haggan Frankfurt Post #2 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Wally Bolton Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Michael Pietz Eifel Post #20
Department Adjutant-Gorley Stokes Rhein Main Post #5

1991-92 National Commander-Dominic DeFrancesco (PA) Convention: Phoenix
Department Commander-Douglas Haggan Frankfurt Post #2 Convention: Eifel, Post #20
Department VCAL-Wally Bolton Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt Post #2 Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Michael Pietz Eifel Post #20
Department Adjutant-Gorley Stokes Rhein Main Post #5

1992-93 National Commander-Roger Munson (OH) Convention: Chicago
Department Commander-Wally Bolton Kaiserslautern Post #1 Convention: St. Avold, France
Department VCAL-Walt Landi Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Douglas Haggan Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department Adjutant-Gorley Stokes Rhein Main Post #5

1993-94 National Commander-Bruce Thiesen (CA) Convention: Pittsburgh
Department Commander-Walt Landi Kaiserslautern Post #1 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Bill Marshall Schweinfurt Post #42
Department National Executive Committeeman-Douglas Haggan Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Adjutant-Gorley Stokes Rhein Main Post #5

1994-95 National Commander-William Detweiler (LA) Convention: Minneapolis
Department Commander-Gorley Stokes Rhein Main Post #5 Convention: Cherberg, France
Department VCAL-Bill Marshall Schweinfurt Post #42
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department Adjutant-Robert Louden Rhein Main Post #5

1995-96 National Commander-Daniel Ludwig (MN) Convention: Indianapolis
Department Commander-Bill Marshal Schweinfirt Post #42 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Phil Oakley Eifel #20
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department Adjutant-Robert Louden Rhein Main Post #5

At the National executive Committee meeting in May of 1996, a resolution to terminate the Department Charters of Canada, Panama, and Italy was passed. The Department of France gained a total of 4 posts: Ireland 02, 03, Italy 01 and Greece 01.

1996-97 National Commander-Joseph Frank (MO) Convention: Salt Lake City
Department Commander-Bill Marshal Schweinfurt Post #42 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Steven Pratschler Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department Adjutant-Robert Louden Rhein Main Post #5

1997-98 National Commander-Anthony Jordan (ME) Convention: Orlando
Department Commander-Bill Marshal Schweinfirt Post #42 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Michael Umland Stuttgart Post #6
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Frankfurt/m Post #2
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Frank Hoyle Friedberg Post #16
Department Adjutant-Tim O'Neill Worms Post #7

1998-99 National Commander-Butch Miller (VA) Convention: New Orleans
Department Commander-Michael Umland Stuttgart Post #6 Convention: Bitburg, Germany
Department VCAL-Kenny Rogers Heilbronn #79
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Steven Pratschler Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Adjutant-Tim ONeill Worms Post #7 / William (Bill) West Heilbronn Post #79

1999-00 National Commander-Hon Alan Lance Sr (ID) Convention: Anaheim
Department Commander-Michael Umland Stuttgart Post #6 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Frank Wing Heidelberg Post #3
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Steven Pratschler Kaiserslautern Post #1
Department Adjutant-William 'Bill' West Heilbronn Post #79

2000-01 National Commander-Ray Smith (SC) Convention: Milwaukee
Department Commander- Nola Maloney Heidelberg Post #3 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL-Frank Wing Heidelberg Post #3
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Michael Umland Stuttgart Post #6
Department Adjutant-William 'Bill' West Heilbronn Post #79

2001-02 National Commander-Rick Santos() Convention: San Antonio
Department Commander- Nola Maloney Heidelberg Post #3 Convention: Sankt Englmar, Germany
Department VCAL- Keith Morros Stuttgart Post #6
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-Michael Umland Stuttgart Post #6
Department Adjutant-William 'Bill' West Heilbronn Post #79

2002-03 National Commander- (SC) Convention: Charlette
Department Commander- Nola Maloney Heidelberg Post #3 Convention: Kaiserslautern, Germany
Department VCAL- Liam Kane Dublin Post #IR&3
Department National Executive Committeeman-Merwyn M Beavers Rhein Main Post #5
Department Alt National Executive Committeeman-William Marshall Schweinfurt Post #42
Department Adjutant-William 'Bill' West Heilbronn Post #79

All of the above information for the past thirty years is correct according to the records I have and to the best of my memory.

FOR THE GOOD OF THE LEGION

Merwyn M Beavers
Past NECman 1988-1992 & 1994-2004
Department of France
Past Department Commanders                             Past National Vice Commander
   
Francis E. Drake FR01, 1920-1921 Doug Haggan GR05, 2014-2015
Cabot Ward FR01, 1921-1922  
Dr. Edmond L. Gross FR01, 1922 Past National Executive Committeeman
Arthur W. Kipling FR01, 1922-1923  
H.H. Hardes FR01, 1923-1924 Francis E. Drake FR01, 1920-1921
Benjamin H. Connor FR01, 1924-1925 R Emmett Codon FR01, 1921-1923 
Hugh A. Bathe FR01, 1925-1926 Samuel P. Bailey FR01, 1923-1936
Edwin W. Thorn FR01, 1926-1927 James L. McCann FR01, 1936-1941
Julian M. Thorn FR01, 1927-1928 1941 - 1946 WWII
Charles Hicks FR01, 1928-1929 James L. McCann FR01, 1946-1952
A.B. Cudebec FR01, 1929-1930 Sedley Peck FR01, 1952-1960
Steven S. Szlapka FR01, 1930-1931 Dana W. Lyman FR01, 1960-1962
Sedley Peck FR01, 1931-1932 Sedley Peck FR01, 1962-1966
James V. Sparks FR01, 1932-1933 Walter E. Lindquist FR01, 1966-1969
Henry W. Dunning FR01, 1933-1934 James Zulick FR01, 1969-1974
James McCann FR01, 1934-1935 Helmut Spangenthal GR03, 1974-1982
Harold L. Smith, 1935-1936 William Lombrado GR01, 1982-1988
James V. Spark FR01, 1936-1937 Merwyn (Mike) Beavers GR02, 1988-1992
Elbert L. Dodds FR01, 1937-1938 Douglas Haggan GR05, 1992-1994
Bernard A. Ragher FR01, 1938-1939 Merwyn (Mike) Beavers GR02, 1994-2004
George A. Aubrey FR01, 1939-1940 William (Bill) Marshall GR42, 2004-2010
Edward A. Thureson FR01, 1940-1941 Liam Kane IR63, 2010-2012
1941 - 1946 WWII John Miller GR1982, 2012-2016
John R. Wood FR01, 1946-1947 Nola Maloney GR03, 2016-Present
Harold L. Smith FR01, 1947-1948  
Ray McDaniel FR01, 1948-1949 Past Department Adjutants
Gething C. Miller FR01, 1949-1950  
Charles D. Wilkes FR01, 1950-1951 1941 - 1946 WWII
Vaghn G. Callen FR01, 1951-1952 1920-1970 No records on hand
Clarence L. Glover FR01, 1952-1953 Don Blondin, FR01, 1971-1972
Lloyd H. Cornwall FR01, 1953-1954 Dan Campbell, FR01, 1972-1976
Leo E. Jolin FR01, 1954-1955 Edward Drayton FR01, 1976-1978
Melvin C. Smith FR01, 1955-1956 Yott Whitman FR01, 1978-1979
Carl J. Batter Jr. FR01, 1956-1957 Kenneth Johnson FR01, 1979-1984
Martin G. Bencze FR01, 1957-1958 Ralph Browne GR01, 1984-1986
Russell M. Porter FR01, 1958-1959 Michael Verville GR03, 1986-1986
Joseph McDermott FR01, 1959-1960 Douglas Haggan GR05, 1986-1987
Gordon M. Jochmann GR01, 1960-1961 Michael Verville GR03, 1987-1988
Gordon S. Long Verdon Post 6, 1961-1962 Wayne Costa GR16, 1988-1990
Frederick J. Deyso GR08, 1962-1963 Gorley Stokes GR05, 1990-1994
Clifford Inman GR06, 1963-1964 Robert Louden GR05, 1994-1997
Walter Lindquist FR01, 1964-1965 Timothy Oneill GR07, 1997-1998
Helmut Isenberg FR01, 1965-1966 William R. West GR79, 1998-April 2003
Howard C. Dulin FR01, 1966-1967 Frank Hanchak GR42, April 2003-June 2003
Helmut Isenberg FR01, 1967-1968 Nola Maloney GR03, June 2003-2004
George F. Gety Jr GR07, 1968-1969 Max Rice GR79, 2005-2007
Carl J. Sztuder FR01, 1969-1970 James Settle GR42, 2007-2009
Jerome O. Guilds GR100, 1970-1972 John D. Fleming GR01, 2009-2011
Helmut Spangenthal GR03, 1972-1974 James Settle GR42, 2011-2012
John Holmes GR03, 1974-1976 Max Rice GR79, 2012-Present
Spurgen Boyd FR01, 1976-1977  
William R. (Bo) Williamson GR01, 1977-1978  
Merwyn (Mike) Beavers GR02, 1978-1980  
Jack D. Legg GR05, 1980-1982  
Robert Winkler GR20, 1982-1985  
Charles Rallis GR20, 1985-1987  
Michael R. Verville GR03, 1987-1988  
Frank Hoyle GR16, 1988-1989  
Edward Drayton FR01, 1989-1990  
Douglas Haggan GR05, 1990-1992  
Wally Bolton GR01, 1992-1993  
Walt Landi FR01, 1993-1994  
Gorley Stokes GR05, 1994-1995  
William E. Marshall GR42, 1995-1998  
Michael T. Umland GR06, 1998-2000  
Nola L. Maloney GR03, 2000-2003  
John Miller GR1982, 2003-2005  
Liam Kane IR63, 2005-2007  
Joe D. Brown GR42, 2007-2009  
Robert Gray GR01, 2009-2011  
Joe D. Brown GR42, 2011-2012  
Rev. Ronald Moore GR05, 2012-2013  
James Settle GR42, 2013-2015  
Keith Abernathy GR79, 2015-2016  
John Shanahan IR01, 2016-PRESENT  
   

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