Candidates Seeking National Office

This page is designed to provide information to brothers seeking additional information on candidates seeking election to national office. This does not imply an endorsement by the National Organization or the National elected officers for the candidacy of any Brother seeking national office.

To submit inclusion on this page, send information to Brother James Pahl, PCinC in an electronic format at jbpahl0824@yahoo.com. Pages should include the date, Department and Camp name, letter of intention, your eligibility for membership, and a photo on the resume or bio page. It is suggested that submission not exceed one page for each.

To be eligible for election to the office of Commander-in-Chief, Senior Vice Commander-in-Chief, or Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief, a member must hold the rank of Past Department Commander and be a male lineal or co-lateral descendant of a person who served between April 12, 1861 and April 9, 1865, as a soldier or sailor of the United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps or Revenue-Cutter Service, or of such State regiments as were called into active service and were subject to orders of the United States general officers between the aforementioned dates and were honorable discharged there from or died in such service.

Commander-in-Chief (job description)

Donald L. Martin, PDC Letter of Intent  Resume

Senior Vice Commander-in-Chief (job description)

Mark R. Day, PDC Letter of Intent  Resume

Junior Vice Commander-in-Chief (job description)

Council of Administration (job description)

Fred Lynch, PDC Letter of Intent  Resume

Michael Paquette, PDC Letter of Intent  Resume

Bruce D. Frail, PDC Letter of Intent Resume

Ed Norris, PDC Letter of Intent Resume

National Treasurer (job description)
(This position is a three-year term which will be up for election in 2016.)

National Secretary (job description)
(This position is a three-year term which will be up for election in 2016.)

Jonathan C. Davis, PDC  Letter of Intent  Resume

National Quartermaster (job description)
(This position is a three-year term which will be up for election in 2016.)