Sons of Union Veterans of The Civil War

Office of the Commander-in-Chief

Charles E. Kuhn Jr., PDC

464 Lake Meade Dr .

East Berlin , PA 17316

Charlie_kuhn@comcast.net

 

General Order #37

Series 2007 – 2008

9 August 2008

Brothers,

  1. A disciplinary Hearing Committee being convened within the Department of Missouri and having found Brother Charles Funk, Guilty on all counts of a complaint filed by Brother Robert Petrovic and having appealed this finding to the Commander in Chief and an Appeals Committee being formed and finding the same and Brother Charles Funk having requested to leave the 127th National Encampment of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.

  2. Brother Charles Funk having fully exhausted his legal recourse granted him in the Regulations of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, the following action is hereby taken.

  3. Consistent with the decision of the 127th National Encampment of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War not to hear the appeal of Brother Charles Funk and discipline reverting to the Appeals Committee decision, the following action is hereby taken:
    1. Brother Charles Funk of the Department of Missouri is hereby removed from that Department permanently.

    2. Brother Charles Funk may not apply to or be accepted into any Camp of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War under the jurisdiction of the Department of Missouri for the remainder of his natural life.

    3. The Rank of Past Department Commander of the Department of Missouri is hereby revoked permanently from Brother Charles Funk.

    4. The Department of Missouri is hereby ordered to immediately provide to Brother Charles Funk a valid Transfer Card that he may deposit with a Camp within the jurisdiction of another Department operating under the authority of a valid Charter granted by the National Organization of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.

So ordered this 9th day of August, 2008;

Charles E. Kuhn, Jr.
Commander in Chief
National Order, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

 

Attest:

Donald Palmer
Secretary
National Order, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War


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