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This year’s show will benefit active and retired military personnel and their families.
Wellington-Washbush Chapter #11 serving Fond du Lac County
The name was chosen in honor of John C. Washbush, killed in action on July 28, 1918 and Albert Welling, killed in action on October 16, 1918. The Welling-Washbush Chapter #11, DAV was organized at a meeting held at the Armory in September, 1936. At that time, The DAV National Headquarters announced that Lawrence Wilson would act as Temporary Commander until October 1; when an election would be held. On October 1, 1936, Lawrence Wilson was elected as Commander of the newly re-organized chapter of Welling-Washbush #11 and the charter was dated October 30, 1936. The first meeting was held at the American Legion Dugout on Brooke Street, in Fond du Lac.
On April 11, 1938, a charter was issued to the newly formed Auxiliary with 18 members on the charter.
The Fond du Lac Chapter is one of the first chapters formed in the state of Wisconsin
Jerry Eaton is the current Commander, Welling-Washbush, FDL Chapter #11.
Ray H Fuller Chapter #17 serving Winnebago County
About the DAV
The 1.2 million-member Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit organization founded in 1920 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1932. DAV is dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for our nation’s disabled veterans and their families.
We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.
- Providing free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other agencies of government.
- Providing outreach concerning its program services to the American people generally, and to disabled veterans and their families specifically.
- Representing the interests of disabled veterans, their families, their widowed spouses and their orphans before Congress, the White House and the Judicial Branch, as well as state and local government.
- Extending DAV’s mission of hope into the communities where these veterans and their families live through a network of state-level Departments and local chapters.
- Providing a structure through which disabled veterans can express their compassion for their fellow veterans through a variety of volunteer programs.
- Founded in 1920, the DAV is totally funded by dues and contributions, receiving no federal funding.