PLOVER VFW

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WELCOME

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.
2019-2020 POST OFFICERS​
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Commander – Al Tessmann
Sr Vice Commander – Steve Ransbottom.
Jr Vice Commander – Don Mugridge
Quartermaster – Darrell Berg
Chaplain – Frank Raschka  
Surgeon – Bernard Yelkin
Judge Advocate – Mike McKenna
3Yr-Trustee – Andrew Suchon
2Yr-Trustee – David Verhage
1Yr-Trustee – Perry Engel
Officer of the Day – Scott Halverson​
Service Officer – Guy Mockler
Adjutant – Ron Stoflet


Upcoming Activities and Events

Canteen Hours:
Tues - Fri: 2pm to Closing
Sat - Sun: 3pm to Closing
Closed Monday's

Holiday Hours
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: Closed
New Years Day: 3:00 Party
Never Forgotten Honor Flight 37
Never Forgotten Honor Flight 38
Recent Activities
Will Lehner Book Signing at Plover VFW
Plover VFW Post member and Pearl Harbor Survivor Will Lehner will be at the Post on Pearl Harbor Day - Saturday, December 7th at 3:00 p.m. – to sign his newly released book. 

Lehner served on the USS Ward in the Pacific, which fired the first shots of WWII when they encountered and sank a Japanese minisubmarine in the waters near Pearl Harbor. For more than 60 years, no one believed the Ward had taken out the sub, as several searches for it came up empty. 

In 2002, the University of Hawaii finally located it and informed
Lehner of a hole in the conning tower exactly where he said it would be. 

Come and join us for more of his fascinating story! 

Proceeds from the book will support the Never Forgotten Honor Flight