Welcome to Post 10262, located in Plover, Wisconsin. Our Post has been an active part of the community since 1978. As our community has grown, so has our Post. Our membership currently exceeds 200 Veterans, along with over 160 members of the Ladies Auxiliary.
Honor the dead by helping the living
Those Who Fought Together – Belong Together
It’s not the price you pay for membership – it’s the price you pay to be eligible.
Commander – Joe Cahill
Sr Vice Commander – All Tessman
Jr Vice Commander – Don Mugridge
Quartermaster – Jim Cline
Chaplain – Frank Raschka
Surgeon – Bernard Yelkin
Judge Advocate – Honorable Mike McKenna
3Yr-Trustee – Jim Sachs
2Yr-Trustee – David Verhage
1Yr-Trustee – Scott Halverson
Officer of the Day – Scott Halverson
Service Officer – Guy Mockler
Adjutant – Ron Stoflet
Recent Activities and Events
Tues, Wed, Thur, Sun (3:00pm-11:00pm)
Fri, Sat (3:00pm - 1:00am)
2 April 2016 - Vietnam Veterans Day Celebration
Vietnam service photos, location map and registry for Veterans to record their name, dates and location of service.
Post member and Department Junior Vice Commander John Schultz standing, left) visits with Post member Rick Stevens at the Vietnam Veterans Celebration.
Auxiliary members Toni Swinderman (from left), Barb Schultz, Robbie Dunlap and Wendy Schroeder "man their post" at the Vietnam Veterans Celebration to hand out pins, ribbons and dinner tickets and greet the arriving Veterans.
Veterans from the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King at table in foreground during the solemn opening ceremony conducted by Plover Post Commander Ron Stoflet.
POST 10262 Officers for the 2016-2017
(left to right in photo) David Verhage, Two-Year Trustee; Bernerd Yelkin, Surgeon; Jim Sachs, Three-Year Trustee; Scott Halverson, Officer of the Day; Frank Raschka, Chaplain; Jim Cline, Quartermaster; Don Mugridge, Junior Vice Commander; Guy Mockler, Service Officer; Al Tessmann, Senior Vice Commander; Ron Stoflet, Adjutant; and Joe Cahill, Commander.Not pictured are Mike McKenna, Judge Advocate and Ray Gauthier, House Committee 3-Year Trustee.
11 April 2016 - Post # 10262 2016-2017 Officers Appointed
Plover Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10262 received the prestigious “Wisconsin All-State ‘White Hat’ Achievement Award,” which recognizes Posts who successfully participate in mandatory and additional VFW programs, at the Wisconsin VFW State Convention held in Appleton in June.
To qualify for the award, a Post must meet or exceed stringent requirements in areas such as membership recruitment and retention, community service and support, youth scholarships and activities, teacher and scout of the year, buddy poppy distribution, veterans and military support, to name a few.
During a special ceremony at the convention, Plover VFW Post Commander Ronald Stoflet and Post Quartermaster Jim Cline were presented their “white hats” in recognition of the Post’s team effort to earn this status for the 2015-2016 program year.
Plover VFW Auxiliary received a first-place VFW Auxiliary Achievement Award for excellence in meeting the goals and purposes of the VFW Auxiliary. Auxiliary President Mary Kimmel accepted the award at the Auxiliary State Convention award ceremony.
The award recipients and their guests were also honored with a formal escort to their banquet tables by the VFW State Honor Guard.
Plover VFW Post # 10262 Receives Prestigious White Hat Award
Plover VFW Post Commander Ron Stoflet (left) received his "white hat" from his wife, Kay Stoflet and Post Quartermaster Jim Cline received his "white hat" from Plover Auxiliary member Barb Schultz during the All-State Award Ceremony at the VFW State Convention in June.
Plover VFW Auxiliary President Mary Kimmel was escorted to her banquet table by VFW State Honor Guard Member Tom Lemmer after receiving the first-place Auxiliary Achievement Award.
Plover Auxiliary receives 1st Place Achievement Award for Excellence
5 June 2016 - Wisconsin Korean War Veterans Memorial Ceremony
Plover VFW Post 10262 and Plover American Legion Post 543 conducted joint honors for the annua5 Junl Wisconsin Korean War Veterans Memorial Ceremony and Program on Sunday, June 5th. The ceremony and memorial honors the 132,000 Wisconsinites who fought, died or are still listed as Missing in Action as a result of the Korean War.