Post Officers

2017-2018

If you're interested in assuming a leadership position within the Post, elections are normally held in May of each year at the general meeting.

Incumbent

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Donald Caron

Post Commander

 

THE POST COMMANDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OVERALL OPERATION OF THE POST INCLUDING SUPERVISING THE DUTIES OF ALL OTHER POST OFFICERS AND ACTIVITIES TO ENSURE THAT THEY MEET THE HIGHEST STANDARDS AND FULFILL THE TENANTS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION.

 

Joseph Michaud

First Vice Commander

 

The First Vice Commander is responsible primarily for the Post's membership program.

 

 

 

Joseph Tetreault

Second Vice Commander

 

The Second Vice Commander; who is responsible for assisting the Post commander with all duties and is key with regard to patriotic observances, developing Post activities including entertainment features which should be an integral part of all meetings.

 

Jim Rancourt

Adjutant

 

The Adjutant is responsible for the administrative aspects of the Post and should be concerned with the overall effectiveness of Post activities.

 

Anthony “Tony” Culpovich

Finance Officer

 

The Post Finance Officer is responsible for receiving and dispersing all the Post's funds and Chairman of a Finance Committee.

 

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Amedeo “Deo” Lauria

Service Officer

Department of Maine

Service Officer

 

The Post Service Officer is responsible for advising and assisting veterans in the preparation of basic Veterans Administration (VA) forms.

 

DEO IS ALSO THE MAINE DEPARTMENT SERVICE OFFICER, LOCATED UP AT TOGUS, VA MEDICAL CENTER, AUGUSTA.

 

David Devoe

Chaplain

 

The Chaplain is responsible for providing the spiritual leadership for the Post.

 

 

Harvey Moses

Sergeant at Arms

 

The Sergeant-at-Arms; who is responsible for introducing all visiting comrades and guests of the Post to make sure they feel welcomed and that the colors are properly maintained and displayed.

 

Gordon Smith

Historian

 

 

The Historian is responsible for compiling and preserving the records of the Post.

 

 

 

Vacant

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Volunteer

Post Americanism Officer

 

The Americanism Officer; is responsible for developing the spirit of Americanism among The American Legion and citizens and residents; to put into effect Americanism policies and programs of The American Legion; to coordinate any overlapping of programs dealing with Americanism.  To oversee and report on programs that relates to Americanism and many youth programs.

 

 

 

American Legion Department of Maine Officers

 

State Office Holders from Sabattus Post 135

 

Ronald “Ron” Caron

Department of Maine

Historian

Past Post Commander

Past Americanism Officer

RON CARON MADE POST 135 HISTORY BY BEING THE FIRST LEGIONNAIRE OF POST 135 TO SERVE AS A DEPARTMENT OFFICER FOR THE AMERICAN LEGION, DEPARTMENT OF MAINE.

THE CURRENT YEAR, 2014, MARKS  RON'S 41St YEAR AS A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN LEGION

 

 

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Amedeo “Deo” Lauria

Department of Maine

Service Officer

Post Service Officer Officer

Past Post Americanism Officer

Post Webmaster

 

Accredited American Legion service officers are specially trained to provide expert assistance, free of charge, to veterans and their families. While the majority of a service officer’s work involves application for VA disability benefits, Service Officers also provide information, referrals and resources on education, employment and business, death benefits and other important topics.