We're a community organization dedicated to supporting veterans and active-duty military personnel.
Mission and Purpose: VFW Post 4443's primary mission is to provide assistance, support, and advocacy for veterans who have served in foreign wars or conflicts, as well as their families. The organization is committed to honoring and preserving the memory of veterans who have made significant sacrifices for their country.
Support for Veterans: VFW Post 4443 offers a wide range of services and support for veterans, including access to resources, benefits assistance, and camaraderie with fellow veterans. They serve as a valuable resource for veterans navigating the complexities of accessing healthcare, education, and other benefits.
Community Engagement: Beyond their dedication to veterans, VFW Post 4443 actively engages with the local community. They often organize and participate in community events, fundraisers, and initiatives that aim to support veterans and their families while also contributing to the well-being of the neighborhood.
Camaraderie and Social Activities: The Post provides a place for veterans to come together, share their experiences, and build lasting friendships. It often hosts social gatherings, meetings, and events that foster camaraderie among veterans, creating a sense of belonging and support.
Advocacy and Awareness: VFW Post 4443 is also involved in advocating for veterans' rights and issues at the local, state, and national levels. They work to raise awareness of the challenges veterans face and advocate for policies and programs that benefit veterans and their families.
Honoring Veterans: One of the central tenets of VFW Post 4443 is to honor and remember the sacrifices of veterans who have served in foreign wars. This is often achieved through ceremonies, memorials, and community outreach efforts that pay tribute to those who have served and sacrificed.
Supporting and advocating for veterans, active-duty military personnel, and their families, while fostering a sense of community, camaraderie, and recognition for the sacrifices made in foreign wars.
Our Post Officers
Joseph E. Touchet
Sr. Vice Commander
Jr. Vice Commander
Gary L. Howe
William H. Harris
Jerome J. Will Jr.
Bennie J. Ellis
1 Year Trustee
2 Year Trustee
3 Year Trustee
Suk Jong Lee