Department Commander

GREG EIRICH

Leadership

Department Vice Commanders:Julie Muhle - Districts 2,6,9
 Keith Lovell - Districts 3,7,8
 David Latimer - Districts 1,4,5
 Harry Bauer - Districts 10,11,12
Chaplain:John Gessner
Assistant Chaplain:Raymond Peterson
Judge Advocate:Nicholas Lange
Historian:DuWayne Wieck
Sergeant-at-Arms:Jeremy Nordie
Kendel Feilen
Adjutant:Nathan Gear
NEC:Robert Shappell
Alternate NEC:Dale Oatman
Service Officer:James Fialkowski

District Commanders

1st District: Karl Stuvengen
2nd District: Jim Johnson
3rd District: Ken McCormick
4th District:Linda Pfeiffer
5th District: Craig Ellis
6th District:Gail Minks
7th District:Carl Sojlander
8th District:John Zychowitz
9th District:Jeff Zwiers
10th District:Larry Larson
11th District:John Polzin
12th District:Scott Markle

Past Commanders

2018-2019Frank Kostka
 2019-2021David Wischer

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