Veterans of Foreign Wars
United States of America


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GENERAL POST QUESTIONS............302-539-9981
....................................... (Dean Levering or Hal Dietrich)
BAR/CANTEEN.................302-539-9981 (Mark Daughaday)
HALL RENTALS................302-539-9981 (Mark Daughaday)
MEMBERSHIP/DUES.............302-539-9981 (Fulton Loppatto for VFW)
........................................302-539-9981 (Ty Magliola for Aux)
DECEASED/SICK...............302-381-9934 (John Mitchell for VFW)
........................................302-537-5661 (Theo Loppatto for Auxiliary)
VA BENEFITS/MEDICAL EQUIPMENT...........302-933-0119 (Bob Corsa)
HONOR GUARD.................302-539-9981 (Paul Burbank)
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES.....302-539-9981 (Mark Daughaday)

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Mason Dixon VFW Post 7234
29265 Marshy Hope Way
Ocean View, Delaware 19970

Email: vfw7234@verizon.net
PHONE: 302-539-9981
FAX: 302-539-7105

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In Memory Pages in Program

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7234 in Ocean View, Delaware has been selected to host “The Wall that Heals”, a three-quarter scale travelling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. The exhibit will be on display for the visiting public from October 3 to 6, 2019, on the grounds of the VFW Post, 29265 Marshy Hope Way in Ocean View.

Anyone who wishes to put an “In Memory or In Honor” entry for a deceased individual on Wall or a Vietnam Veteran living or deceased on our IN MEMORY PAGE please send email to VFWpost7234@vfw7234.com. If you would like to leave a donation no matter what amount please drop in donation box at Post by cashier.

Example of entry for In Memory Page:

In Loving Memory of John Doe US Marines 65-66 – Mary Doe
In Honor of John Smith US Army 65-66 – Mary Smith

(Basically one line – say anything you want)
This is a Post service to honor and remember those who served and died in Vietnam.
You may also purchase space in the Program. Sponsorship is $250 for a full page; $100 for half a page; or $50 for a quarter of a page. Please see our website to download a donation form and receive further information. Please send to the VFW Post by August 25, 2019, in order to ensure appropriate recognition in the Program. If you have any questions contact us at VFWpost7234@vfw7234.com.


BLUE STAR SERVICE FLAG

A service flag or service banner is a banner that family members
of those serving in the United States Armed Forces can display.
The flag or banner is officially defined as a white field with a red border, with a blue star
for each family member serving in the Armed Forces of the United States
during any period of war or hostilities.

Our Jr Vice Commander, Rich Fales has purchased several of these flags to give to families
in our local area with a family member serving our country in the Armed Forces.
Please go to "Contact Us" and provide us with your contact information so we can provide your family a flag or stop by the Post.
Also if you know of a family with a member in the Armed Services, let us know.



IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FAMILY OF DECEASED VIETNAM VETERANS


READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ON THE IN MEMORY PROGRAM



To Apply Download and Fill out Form

FAQ on Form

For addional information visit site www.vvmf.org/InmemoryProgram