Oak Orchard/Riverdale Post 28



Squadron 28


Commander - Jonathan Miller

1st Vice - Wayne Ericksen

2nd Vice - Tom Baker

Adjutant - Tom Baker

Finance - Mike Dangerfield

Chaplain - Les Haus 

Historian - Terry Johnson

Sergeant- at- Arms - Jim Horne 

Sergeant- at- Arms- Terry Ziegler

Past Squadron Commander- Mike Cotten

Past Squadron Commander- Toby Cullen

Past Squadron Commander- Garth Miller


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