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.
Post Commander - Al Tessmann
Sr. Vice Commander - Mark Wysocki
Jr. Vice Commander - Brandon Taylor
Quartermaster - Darrell Berg
Chaplain - Frank Raschka
Surgeon - Mike Worzalla
Judge Advocate - Mike McKenna
Three Yr. Trustee - David Verhage
Two Yr. Trustee - Scott Halverson
One Yr. Trustee - Andrew Suchon
Officer of the Day - Cal Neigbauer
Service Officer - Bernard Yelkin
Adjutant - Norb Strasser
Three Yr. House - Cmty Steve Ransbottom
Two Yr. House - Cmty Perry Engel
One Yr. House - Cmty Mike Zynda
Upcoming and Recent Activities
Tues, Wed and Thu: 2pm to 11pm
Fri, Sat, and Sun:2pm to Closing Time
Expanded Limited seating
Tuesday - Thursday 3:00 - 6:00pm
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day: Closed
New Years Eve: Closed
New Years Day: 3:00 Party
FRIDAY FISH FRY
Limited inside seating in dining hall
by reservation ONLY
Plover VFW Post 10262 Rifle Squad Presents ROTC Award
Plover Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10262 Rifle Squad awarded a $1000 scholarship to University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point ROTC Cadet Anna M. Dobbe in a small ceremony at the Post on April 30th. Traditionally, the award is presented at the Annual Army Pointer Company ROTC Military Ball, which was cancelled this year in observance of COVID-19 precautions.
Plover VFW Post 10262 Rifle Squad Supports Memorial Day and Korean War Memorial Ceremonies
Plover VFW Post 10262 Rifle Squad prepares to fire a 3-volley salute at Liberty Corners Cemetery on Memorial Day 2021. The Rifle Squad conducted Memorial Day Ceremonies at seven area cemeteries and two memorials.
Plover VFW Post 10262 Rifle Squad, State of Wisconsin VFW Honor Guard, American Legion Post 543 and AMVETS Post 1051 formed a combined Color Guard in preparation for the 2021 Wisconsin Korean War Memorial Ceremony in Plover. The ceremony is conducted annually to honor and pay tribute to Korean War Veterans.
The combined Color Guard, under the direction of VFW Past State Commander John "Trapper" Schultz, marches out to the Isle of Man.
The combined Color Guard posts the colors before the statuary on the Isle of Man
Plover VFW Rifle Squad fires a 3-volley salute in honor of Korean War Veterans
Plover VFW Rifle Squad member Cal Neigbauer sounds TAPS in honor of Korean War Veterans.
Plover VFW Rifle Squad, commanded by Master-At-Arms CSM Norb Strasser, marches across the causeway to the Isle of Man.
Skyward Team Wins Plover VFW Golf Scramble
The winning Skyward team prepares to play Hole No. 17 at the Wisconsin River Golf Club. Members (from L - R) include Nick Cappotto, Rick King, Ben Lind and Jerry Lind.
Golfer Linda Stanislawski displays the autographed Green Bay Packers football she won on a raffle at the Plover VFW Golf Scramble.
Skyward dominated the course to win the 16th Annual Plover Veterans of Foreign Wars Golf Scramble on September 11th.
The winning team was awarded an artillery shell-styled traveling trophy in a ceremony at the Post. Team members’ names will be engraved upon the trophy and include Nick Cappotto, Rick King, Ben Lind and Jerry Lind.
The team also received a round of golf for four with carts from Wisconsin River Golf Club and each member received a dozen golf balls.
Twenty-five teams participated in the fundraising scramble at the Wisconsin River Golf Club, which kicked off at noon. The event featured special hole challenges, a banquet dinner and basket raffles.