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William H. Angell of Perris, Calif.

William H. Angell of Post 370 (Department of Kansas) passed away March 15 at 81. He was a Korean War Air Force veteran. Mr. Angell served as National Americanism Commission vice chairman from 1991-2008.

Raymond G. Bush Sr. of Burdett, N.Y.

Raymond G. Bush Sr. of Post 138 (Department of Washington) passed away Feb. 8 at 91. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Bush served as National Executive Committee member from 1960-1962 and 1964-1966, National Foreign Relations Commission Liaison Committee member from 1961-1962 and 1964-1966, and National Child Welfare Commission Liaison Committee member from 1960-1961.

Cartha D. DeLoach of Hilton Head, S.C.

Cartha D. DeLoach of Post 56 (Department of District of Columbia) passed away March 13 at 92. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. DeLoach served as National vice commander from 1958 to 1959, National Public Relations Commission chairman from 1959-1978, National Executive Committee alternate member from 1960-1962, National POW/MIA Committee member from 1970-1974, National Americanism Commission member from 1957-1959, National Advisory Committee to the National Commander Member from 1964-1978, National Counter-Subversive Activities Committee vice chairman from 1955-1956, National Counter-Subversive Activities Committee vice chairman from 1955-1956 and secretary from 1956-1957.

William P. Seemann of Tampa, Fla.

William P. Seemann of Post 152 (Department of Florida) passed away March 21 at 80. He was a Korean War Air Force veteran. Mr. Seemann served as National Constitution & By-Laws Committee consultant from 1999-2000, and National Foreign Relations Council vice chairman from 1996-1997.

Frederick Woodworth of Midlothian, Va.

Frederick Woodworth passed away March 11 at 88. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Mr. Woodworth was The American Legion Public Relations Division director at the organization's Washington, D.C. office from 1978-1979.

 

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