Betty J. Baker

It is our duty to report the death of Past National President Betty J. Baker of the Auxiliary to Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War which has been reported to this office by the National President of the Auxiliary to the Sons of Union veterans of the Civil War President Allison Pollitt. Past…

Keith G. Harrison

Brother Keith G. Harrison, PCinC has sadly passed away on 12 January 2023 at the age of 73. PCinC Harrison of Holt, Michigan was a member of the Order since 1981 and a life member since 1986, was elected Commander-in-Chief of the National Organization of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)…

Donald W. Shaw

Again, and all too soon, it is our solemn duty to report the passing of another great Brother and friend. Commander-in-Chef Bruce D. Frail was notified on 13 December 2022 that Brother Donald W. Shaw had been rushed to the ICU of the local Trauma #1 center in Flint, Michigan. Little was known at the…

David V. Medert

It is with deep regret that I announce the passing of Past Commander in Chief David V Medert of the Department of Ohio. Brother Medert passed away 4 November 2022 at 3:00PM. In addition to being a Commander in Chief (2008), Brother Medert was Past Department Commander of the Department of Ohio, as well as…

Henry E. Shaw, Jr.

It is our sad duty to report the passing of Brother Brigadier General Henry E. Shaw Jr. (SVR). He died at 8:00am on Sunday, 16 October 2022. Brother Shaw was the Deputy Commander for the Sons of Veterans Reserve as well as a valued mentor and friend to dozens of Past Commander-in-Chiefs of the Sons…

2022 Grant Cup

The Department of Maine has received the U.S. Grant Cup Award for 2021-2022 year. The Grant Cup is awarded to departments with largest percentage increase in new members. SUVCW Commandery-in-Chief Annual Awards and Recipients

Andrew M. Johnson

Past Commander-in-Chief With a heavy heart, I have the sad duty to report the death of Past Commander-in-Chief Andrew M. Johnson on 22 May 2022 at the age of 86. PCinC “Andy” Johnson, life member #393, was a long-time member of the Lincoln-Cushing Camp No. 2 of Washington D.C. and served as Camp Commander, Commander…