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                                                     SAL SQUADRON 130 OFFICERS

     2018-2019 Administrative Year


Commander - Joe GLADDEN

1st Vice Commander - Bill YEAGY

2nd Vice Commander - Paul WOLOD

3rd Vice Commander - Ron WYATT

Finance Officer - Bob BRULINSKI

Judge Advocate - Larry FORD

Adjutant - Mike CASTELVETRE

Chaplain - Bob LANTZ

Historian - James KEARNEY

Sgt-At-Arms - Tom MEADOWS

Advisor - Paul WOLOD

Membership -Bill YEAGY


Executive Committeman -   Mark BARRETT

Executive Committeeman -  Paul KULAGA

Executive Committeeman - Lou BELL

Executive Committeeman - Steve BORETZKY

Executive Committeeman - Jeff CRAZE

Executive Committeeman - Clinton GODWIN

SAL Dues are $25.00.  Dual Membership dues are $10.00.



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