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Post 93 - New England

Post 93 represents the 29th Division Association in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.

However, our membership crosses borders and oceans. Post members include those from Canada, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.  
Veterans from World War II and those with more recent service are represented, along with many children and grandchildren of 29ers who served.

Members of Post 93 meet twice a year for luncheon meetings, in the spring and fall.

     We Remember and Salute our Departed Members for their Service and Sacrifice



              
PNC Donald McCarthy
HHC/116
PNC Donald Van Roosen
H/115
Norman Grossman
L/116


Post 93 Officers:
 
Commander --- Frances Sherr-Davino
Email: fsd104@icloud.com
Ph: (774) 266-3471

Vice- Commander --- Walter Carter

Vice- Commander --- Carl Yusna, Jr.

Finance Officer --- Neil Ungerleider
Email: neilungerleider@gmail.com

Chaplain --- Jonathan Levin-Turner

Historian --- Col. Norman A. Welch, Jr. (retired)

Mailing address:
34 Maple Avenue
Boxford, MA 01921

Dues: Yearly Dues for 2018 are $25.00. However, veterans' dues are $15 and World War II vets pay nothing.

Dues may be paid electronically at the PayPal link below or mailed to the address above.

If you pay your dues via PayPal, please add $.50 (the cost of a stamp) to your dues to help with the processing fee we are charged by PayPal.

Be sure to include your NAME and POST 93 in the description field.

TO PAY FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP ELECTRONICALLY, PLEASE CLICK ON THE BUTTON BELOW

 


Post 93 supports the work of documentary filmmaker Charlotte Juergens, whose upcoming film Sunken Roads: Seventy Years After D-Day considers the experience of D-Day veterans returning to Normandy for the seventieth anniversary of the invasion.

Click for information on how you can support this important project.




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.