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VFW State Newspaper September 2015 Issue MA-VFW-45.1-Web-Version-copy.pdf (100 downloads)




Congratulations to our newly elected State Officers for the 2015-2016 year:
Joseph Stavolta, Commander
Brian Martin, Sr.Vice Commander
Eric Segundo, Jr. Vice Commander
Stan King, Quartermaster
Keith Jackson, Judge Advocate
Bryan P O’Brien State Surgeon
Father Garlick, Chaplain and newly appointed State Adjutant Allison Joy Cumming


Contact VFW MA

VFW MA Department Headquarters 24 Beacon Street Room 546-1 State House Boston, Massachusetts 02133 (617) 727-2613 www.vfwma.org secretary@vfwma.org VFW Department of MA Service Officer John F. Kennedy Federal Building Government Center – Room 1500-C Boston, MA 02203 mark.allen3@va.gov Phone: 617 303-5688 Fax: 617 227-2024

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Post Directory

(Click On Post to visit) City/Town Name Post Abington Abington-Oldtown VFW Post 5737 Acushnet Thomas E. Tuttle VFW Post 7239 Adams Burnette-Bednarz VFW Post 1995 Agawam Orville Burt VFW Post 1632 Allston Allston VFW Post 669 Amesbury Richard F. O Brien VFW Post 2016 Amherst Earl J. Sanders VFW Post 754 Arlington Donald F. Mac …

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Stolen Valor Act and other bills signed into law

The Stolen Valor Act was signed into law by Governor Baker Monday authorizing the toughest “Stolen Valor” law in the nation. Massachusetts is cracking down on people who falsely claim military status for financial gain. Governor Charlie Baker signed “Stolen Valor” legislation into law Monday, making it a crime to impersonate a service member or veteran …

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“Stole Valor Bill Passes in the House”

BOSTON, Mass. (WWLP) – House lawmakers on Wednesday passed the “Stolen Valor Act” bill, which would make it a crime to impersonate a military member or veteran for financial gain. Lead bill sponsor Westfield Democrat John Velis explains why this issue hits so close to home. “Too many people have given too much. As a …

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