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Sean Montayne
President
One Battered Jeep from WWII received a Purple Heart after successfully surviving two beach landings.
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Randall Atkins
Vice President
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Sam Roberts
Secretary
One Battered Jeep from WWII received a Purple Heart after successfully surviving two beach landings.
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Lorri Boshek Kemp
Treasurer
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Shannon Joseph
Social Director
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Steve Roberts
Merchandise Director
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Larry Walker
Membership Director
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Sharon L Kanitz-Walker
Charity Director
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Pam Cole Smith
Public Relations & Social Media Director
One Battered Jeep from WWII received a Purple Heart after successfully surviving two beach landings.
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Pam Smith
Public Relations
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.
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Tina Brooks
Website Coordinator
During WWII Jeeps were coming out of the Willys and Ford Plants at rate of one jeep per one and a half minutes and by the end of the war over 700,000 had been built.

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