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Edward D. DeLagrange Jr. of Metairie, La.

Edward D. DeLagrange Jr. of Post 137 (Department of Louisiana) passed away Jan. 12 at age 84. He was a Korean War Marine Corps veteran. Mr. DeLagrange served as department vice commander from 1995-1996, National Foreign Relations Commission consultant from 1994-1995 and National Public Relations Commission member from 1995-2012.

Michael J. Miller of Mishawaka, Ind.

Michael J. Miller of Post 161 (Department of Indiana) passed away Jan. 13 at age 64. He was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. Mr. Miller served as department commander from 2011-2012, department vice commander from 2005-2006, National Americanism Council vice chairman from 2006-2013, National Distinguished Guests Committee chairman from 2001-2006 and National Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Council member from 2013 to his passing.

Roland E. Patnode Jr. of Somersworth, N.H.

Roland E. Patnode Jr. of Post 7 (Department of New Hampshire) passed away Dec. 27, 2013 at age 71. He was a Vietnam War Marine Corps veteran. Mr. Patnode served as department commander from 2003-2004, department vice commander from 2001-2003, National Executive Committee alternate member from 2007-2011, National Americanism Council vice chairman from 2001-2003, National Foreign Relations Council vice chairman from 2005-2006 and National Public Relations Commission member from 2004-2012.

John C. Thomas of Freedom, Ind.

John C. Thomas of Post 136 (Department of Kansas) passed away on Dec. 31, 2013 at age 64. He was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. Mr. Thomas served as department commander from 2010-2011, department vice commander from 2009-2010 and National Americanism Council vice chairman from 2012-2013.

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