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
17 June 2017 - Plover VFW Post Member elected State Commander
John "Trapper" Schultz was elected and installed as the Wisconsin Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) State Commander at the annual VFW State Convention in Oshkosh on June 17th. Commander Schultz hails from Junction City and is a Life Member of Plover VFW Post 10262. FULL STORY
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Fri, Sat 3pm - 1am
11 Sept 2017 - Plover VFW Rifle Squad participates in re-dedication of the Plover 9/11 Memorial.
Interim Rifle Squad Commander, Norb Strasser, calling out a cadence to the processional that consists of Plover VFW Rifle Squad, Plover American Legion Post 543, Plover and Stevens Point Police and Fire Departments, Portage County Sheriff's Department.
Rifle Squad Commander Guy Mockler placing the folded American flag before the 9/11 memorial and then saluting the fallen.
16 Dec 2017 - Plover VFW Rifle Squad participates in Military Honors for the Wreaths Across America Ceremony
A combined Color Guard comprising Plover VFW Post 10262 and the Civil Air Patrol-Stevens Point Composite Squadron braved 15-degree temperatures and a biting wind to conduct military honors for the Wreaths Across America ceremony at the Korean War Memorial in Plover on Saturday, December 16th.
Fresh evergreen wreaths were placed upon memorial benches and at the base of the statuary by members of the Civil Air Patrol to recognize each branch of service and to symbolize a living tribute.
The wreath-laying ceremony, held annually at more than 800 cemeteries and memorials nationwide, fulfills a mission to Remember our fallen heroes, Honor those who serve, and Teach our children about the sacrifices made by veterans and their families to preserve our freedoms.
Following the ceremony, the wreaths were laid upon the headstones of servicepersons at local cemeteries.