Our deer friend and Comrade “Gig” has went to heaven. Gig served in both the USN and USAF for 27 years and has been a part of the Chandler VFW for 4 decades. Please come down to the VFW Post 7401 and share your memories and time with his friends and family. The ceremony will be at 2:00 on Saturday September 24th. In Lieu of flowers family and friends ask that donations be made to the VFW. There will be a Pot Luck (bring a snack or dish) following the ceremony and the post will be NON-SMOKING untill 4PM in consideration for our guests. A special thank you to Jolie of Jolies place for donating food. There will be funeral services late in October at the National Cemetery, details to follow.
Come down and share your memories of Harry Stanton Saturday March 5th at 2:00 brunch at 2:30. Feel free to bring a snack, dessert or your favorite dish.
Harry 84, peacefully entered into Heaven on February 3 2016. Born in Brooklyn on August 8th 1931. Harry served his country in the US Navy from 1949-1973. The Navy was his career, His years of service took him through the Japanese occupation of WW2, Korean War, Cuban Crisis and Vietnam.
After retirement he became a great advocate for veterans. Volunteering his time with the FRA, American Legion, VFW and Korean War Veterans Assoc. He served as the Grand Commander of the Cooties 2002-2003.
The memorial service for Cpl Danny Sheehan will be held Saturday June 14th at 1:00 PM at Chandler VFW Post 7401. Danny was a father, recruiter, officer, ranger, soldier, volunteer and most of all a friend and family. All are invited to attend and share your memories of our dear friend. A special thank you to Jolie’s Place for catering the ceremony, and feel free to bring your favorite dish or dessert.
Burial Services will be held at Valley of the Sun in Mausoleum on Tuesday, June 17th. at 10:00 am.
Arrangements under the direction of Valley of the Sun Mortuary & Cemetery, Chandler, AZ.
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“These are the things that make us proud to be the VFW”
A daughter walks into the post and is carrying a flag from her fathers funeral and wants it to be properly folded to encase and keep it treasured for her family. Robert Lee Leistner 1943-2012 was an Army veteran and left behind three loving children and five grandchildren. Robert retired from the Army and spent his last 15 in service at Fort Huachuca Arizona.
As Americans and defenders of freedom, this reminds us of how many comrades served throughout our given history, and reminds us that without that service; we would be in dismay. From all of us at VFW Post 7401, we thank Teresa (Robert’s Daughter), for sharing and giving us the opportunity to somehow touch her, her family and her father. His service is greatly appreciated and not forgotten.