General Orders No. 24
SERIES 2003-2004
Kent L. Armstrong, Commander-in-Chief
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  1. It has been my great pleasure to sign Charters for the following new Camps within our Order.

    Colonel David Ireland Camp 137, located at Binghamton, NY with Date of Rank from June 6, 2004. A Certificate of Merit will be issued to PCinC Danny L. Wheeler, Camp Organizer.

    General Alexander S. Asboth Camp 5, located at Wentzville, MO with Date of Rank from June 15, 2004. A Certificate of Merit has been issued to Brother Emmet P. Taylor III, Camp Organizer.

    General U. S. Grant Camp 9, located at Modesto, CA with Date of Rank from June 16, 2004. A Certificate of Merit will be issued to Brother Carl Taylor, Camp Organizer.

    Hiram W. Pursell Camp 104, located at Doylestown, PA with Date of Rank from June 16, 2004. A Certificate of Merit has been issued to Brother John M. McNulty, Camp Organizer.

    Colonel William Kinsman Camp 23, located at Atlantic, IA with Date of Rank from June 24, 2004. A Certificate of Merit will be issued to Brother Dennis L. Sasse, Camp Organizer.

  2. Department of Kentucky Commander James C. Kiger and National Treasurer Max L. Newman are hereby recognized as National Aides in appreciation for representing our Order at the annual national meetings of the Woman's Relief Corps and the National Society Daughters of the Union 1861-1865, respectively.

  3. It is with great pleasure and pride that I appoint the following Brothers as National Aides, in recognition of their membership recruiting efforts. All will receive a strip of National colored ribbon which they may wear, pinned behind their membership badge (for 12 months from the date of issue). Those who recruited five (5) or more new Brothers into our Order will also be presented with a Certificate of Recognition.

    Those who've recruited five (5) new Brothers are - Department of Kansas Commander Thomas E. Schmidt of Corporal Patrick Coyne Camp 1, Department of Kansas, and Paul Hadley of Shiloh Camp 2, Department of Nebraska.

    Those who've recruited three (3) new Brothers are Randall L. Durban of Old Abe Camp 16 and PDC Kenneth R. Spurgeon of Corporal Patrick Coyne Camp 1, both from the Department of Kansas.

Ordered this 6th day of August, 2004.

By Order of:
Kent L. Armstrong
Commander-in-Chief

Attest:
Edward Krieser, PCinC
National Secretary


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