AMVETS Post 72

New Haven, Michigan

The Duncan-Sullivan AMVET Post 72 in New Haven Michigan has full services for Military War Veterans, Merchant Marines and AMVET auxillary for wives and friends.

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American Veterans are the backbone of the USA, and our modern AMVET Post offers meeting rooms, food services and a fully equipped bar and recreation room for our members. Rental of our Meeting Room and outside Pavilion are available to the public. AMVETS- WHO CAN JOIN?? Any person who served or is currently serving in the Armed Forces of the United States of America at any time after September 15, 1940 is eligible for regular membership in AMVETS provided such service, when terminated by discharge or release from active duty, be by honorable discharge, honorable separation or general discharge under honorable conditions. Any American citizen, as an American citizen, who served in the Armed Forces of an allied nation of the United States at any time after September 15, 1940 and before May 8, 1975, is eligible for regular membership in AMVETS provided such service when terminated by discharge or release from active duty be by honorable discharge or separation. Phone the staff at AMVET Post 72 at (586)749-5201 for membership details and upcoming Post events.

Chain of Command – 2019-2020

Post CommanderTerry Lavis
1st Vice CommanderMark Holz
2nd Vice CommanderDean Vargo
AdjutantDennis Fullagar
Finance OfficerPete Serra
Judge AdvocateJoe Hansen
Provost MarshallDan Wertz
Service OfficerFred Pfeiffer
3 Year TrusteeJames Gray
2 Year TrusteeLester Dobberowski
1 Year TrusteeTom Ruman
ChaplainDon Perhogan

 

Our Location

Post 72
57581 AMVET Drive
New Haven, MI 48048
(586) 749-5201
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Meeting Times

AMVET meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month at 7:00pm.

Ladies Auxiliary meets on 1st Wed at 6:30pm.

Sons meet at the Fish-fry on 1st Friday.

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AMVETS POST 72 is accepting bottle return donations. Not only will this help to clear your clutter but it will help us pay some bills during these past couple months of being in lockdown. As a 501C charity, we didn’t qualify for State funds or the Federal payroll protection funds so we are struggling like so many of you are. If you are in a position to help by donating empty bottles and cans, we ask that they be put into trash bags and left in our pavilion.
Thanks for your help in these trying times.

Terry Lavis,
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Vets, please keep this Veterans Crisis Line handy for any veteran in need of immediate assistance.
800-273-8255 extension 1!
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AMVETS Post 72 regrets to inform you that the Memorial Day 2020 Parade has been cancelled. See MoreSee Less

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