Past Post 44 Commander

Jan Brown

           The U.S. Amvets

National

Comander

 

 

 

 

 Our Past Post 44 Commander Jan Brown was elected National Commander during the 2019 AMVETS National Convention held in Louisville, Kentucky. Originally from Washington State, Commander Brown faithfully served her country for 27 years in the U.S. Air Force, retired at the rank of Senior Master Sergeant. After her Air Force career, she joined AMVETS and began to rise through the ranks of the organization, holding a number of critical leadership positions.

Before becoming AMVETS National Commander, Brown served as AMVETS National First Vice Commander, National Second Vice Commander, the first-ever National Third Vice Commander, National Credential Chairperson for 20 years, a trustee on the Ohio Service Foundation, numerous years as Post 44-OH Commander, and Commissioner of the Mahoning County Veterans Service Commission.

Commander Brown is a recipient of several awards including Ohio AMVETS of the Year and Mahoning County Veteran of the Year.

Commander Brown lives in Boardman, Ohio, with her husband J.P. Brown, who is a past National Commander of AMVETS.

                        We proudly Salute Jan and wish her Good Luck

2019 -2020

President Donald Trump honors area veterans with a visit to

AMVETS Ohio Post 44 in Struthers

Click HERE for more about this historic event

Important: Read the official requirements listed on the Special

Presidential Page before attempting to copy or use any of these Photos.

The Next Queen Of Hearts Drawing

will be Thursday @ 8:00 pm

 

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