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Robert A. Owen of Topsham, Maine

Robert A. Owen of Post 202 (Department of Maine) passed away Nov. 10 at the age of 79. He was a Korean War Marine Corps veterans. Mr. Owen served as department commander from 1986-1987, department vice commander from 1985-1986, National Distinguished Guests Committee vice chairman from 1982-1985, National Executive Committee member from 1998-2012, National Finance Commission Liaison Committee member from 2000-2001, National Legislative Council member from 2001-2013, National Public Relations Commission Liaison Committee member from 1998-1999, National Resolutions Subcommittee member from 2003-2012, National VA&R Commission member from 2012-2013, National, National VA&R Commission Liaison Committee member from 1999-2000, 2001-2003 and 2010-2012, National VA&R Commission Liaison Committee chairman from 2003-2010, National VA&R Commission Region 1 member from 1986-1998, and National Veterans Planning & Coordinating Committee member from 2003-2010.

Arthur E. Rupert of Prosser, Wash.

Arthur E. Rupert of Post 20 (Department of Washington) passed away Nov. 9 at the age of 86. He was a World War II Army veteran. Mr. Rupert served as a National Executive Committee alternate member from 1977-1979, National Americanism Commission member from 1985-1997, National Americanism Commission Liaison Committee member from 1979-1981, National Cemetery Committee National Commander’s Representative from 1981-1983, and National Executive Committee member from 1979-1981.

Lloyd  L. Habermann of Brillion, Wis.

Lloyd L. Habermann of Post 126 (Department of Wisconsin) passed away Nov. 28 at the age of 91. He was a World War II Army veteran. Mr. Habermann served as a National Americanism Council vice chairman from 1986-1992.

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