Maryland Post 110 - Pikesville, MD

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LARKSPUR POST 110
29TH DIVISION ASSOCIATION
www.post110.org




Post 110 meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except July and August) at 11am at the Pikesville NCO Club in Pikesville, MD.

Post 110 is one of the largest Posts in the 29th Division Association, with over 215 members. It is primarily made up of former members of the 110th and 224th Field Artillery Battalions, and people from other units formerly and presently based at the Pikesville Military Reservation including the 58th Infantry Brigade, the 3rd Brigade of the 29th Division, and the 129th Signal.

The post also accepts dues payments with credit or debit cards or with traditional check.

TO RENEW YOUR $12 DUES FOR POST 110, CLICK HERE




The current list of officers were installed for a period of two years in 2013.

Post Commander - David Ginsburg
Vice Commander - – Ed Tolzman
Adjutant – Robert Ward
Finance Officer – Edward Rodier
Redleg Publisher/Post Executive Director – PNC Bob Moscati
WWII Liaison – Walter Heline
Maryland Region Executive Committeeman – PNC Dick Smith
Welfare Officer – Buzz Chalk
Chaplain – Wayne Jolly
Historian – Bunky Loehmeyer
Sgt-At-Arms – Ron Cassett

Past National Commanders
Dick Smith
Joe Zang
Bob Moscati
Joseph Moscati

Dues are $12.00 per year and based on a January through December schedule. Dues can also be paid by PayPal on our site, www.Post110.org

While we may be involved in many efforts during the year, our major projects and events are:

    a. The Artillery Old Timers dinner is held in April each year for former members of Maryland artillery units

    b. Each summer there is an evening meeting centered around our Global War on Terror veterans and their families. This year, it is July 18, 2015 at 6 p.m.

    c. Every fall is the annual Memorial Service and Picnic.  We read the names of all of the members of the110th Field Artillery Regiment who gave their lives in World War II, and those soldiers and Post members that have passed since the last ceremony. It is followed by a free picnic for all Post members and their families.

Contact person for Post 110 is the Post Commander, David Ginsburg (dginzu@gmail.com – 443.641.7208) or the Post Executive Director, Bob Moscati (rmoscati@msn.com – 410.608.1782)  

Post 110 is an active post and always looking to add members. All current and former members of Maryland Guard Units are welcome.




Preamble: To perpetuate the friendships we cherish; to keep alive the spirit that never knew defeat;
to glorify our dead, and to further keep before our country, the record of the 29th Division in all the wars;
we associate ourselves in an organization
known as the 29th Division Association.