Policy Committee Purpose:

The purpose of the Policy Committee is to study, recommend, and formulate policies that will be beneficial to the Department on all matters that will tend to increase the prestige of The American Legion, Department of Wisconsin and to advance the best interests of The American Legion. No recommendation shall be considered as final unless approved by the Department Executive Committee or a Department Convention. The Committee meets at the Department Fall Meetings, Midwinter, Department Spring Meetings, Resolution Meeting, the Department Convention and at the call of the Commander.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Ted DeMicchi, Member - Somers

Bob Batty, Member - Cedarburg

Denise Rohan, PNC, Ex-Officio - Verona

Al Richards, Member - Marshfield

Chuck Cooney, Member - Franklin

Roy Helms, Member - Oshkosh

Dallas Loesel, Member - Mondovi

Bob Shappell, NECman, DEC Liaison

The Department Judge Advocate is a Consultant to this committee.

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