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Department Officers & Committees

Officers of the Department are elected by the Delegates to the annual Department Encampment, with the Department Commander-elect selecting his appointed staff and committee assignments. Once installed in their respective offices, the Department Officers serve until their successors are duly elected and installed, generally at the following year's Department Encampment.

Elected Officers 2017-2018

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COMMANDER
Dean A. Enderlin, PCC
Calistoga, California
E-mail: commander@suvpac.org

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SENIOR VICE-COMMANDER
Rudy E. Velasco III, PCC
Cathedral City, California
E-mail: svc@suvpac.org

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JUNIOR VICE-COMMANDER
Frank C. Avila, PCC
San José, California
E-mail: jvc@suvpac.org

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SECRETARY-TREASURER
Owen R. Stiles, PCC
Gridley, California
E-mail: secretary@suvpac.org

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Camp reports and dues should be sent to Brother Stiles at:
284 Hazel Street, Gridley, CA 95948
Phone: 530-846-3251

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COUNCILMAN (Chair)

Stephen E. Doyle
Highland, California
E-mail: council1@suvpac.org
 

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COUNCILMAN (Secretary)
Daniel R. Earl, PCC
San José, California
E-mail: council2@suvpac.org

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COUNCILMAN
William E. Daley, Jr., PCC
Calimesa, California
E-mail: council3@suvpac.org

Appointed Officers 2017-2018

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CHAPLAIN
Allen R. Davis, PCC
American Canyon, California
E-mail: chaplain@suvpac.org

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COUNSELOR
Daniel R. Earl, PCC
San José, California

E-mail: counselor@suvpac.org

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GRAVES REGISTRATION OFFICER
Kenneth G. Felton, PCC
Hayward, California
E-mail: graves@suvpac.org

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HISTORIAN
David A. Davis, PCC
Reno, Nevada
E-mail: historian@suvpac.org

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PATRIOTIC INSTRUCTOR
Glen L. Roosevelt, PDC
Tustin Ranch, California
E-mail: patriotic@suvpac.org

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GAR RECORDS OFFICER
David A. Davis, PCC
Reno, Nevada
E-mail:
garrecords@suvpac.org

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GAR HIGHWAY OFFICER

Thomas P. Chumley, PCC
Long Beach, California

E-mail: garhwy@suvpac.org

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Assistant to GAR Highway Officer
Andrew C. Brown

 

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CIVIL WAR
MEMORIALS OFFICER

Dean A. Enderlin, PCC
Calistoga, California
E-mail: memorials@suvpac.org


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EAGLE SCOUT CERTIFICATE COORDINATOR
Timothy P. Reese, PDC
Salinas, California
E-mail: eaglescout
@suvpac.org

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GUIDE
Rudy E. Velasco IV
Cathedral City, California
E-mail: guide@suvpac.org

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COLOR BEARER
David C. Schleeter, PCC
Windsor, California
E-mail:
colorbearer@suvpac.org

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GUARD
Paul E. Lavrischeff
San José, California
E-mail:
guard@suvpac.org

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CAMP ORGANIZER
Owen R. Stiles, PCC
Gridley, California
E-mail:
organizer@suvpac.org

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CALIFORNIA COLUMN
NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Dean A. Enderlin, PCC
Calistoga, California

E-mail: editor@suvpac.org

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MUSICIAN
Garrett B. Hasslinger, PCC
Prunedale, California
E-mail:
musician@suvpac.org

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SIGNALS OFFICER / WEBMASTER
Tad D. Campbell, PCinC
Gilroy, California

E-mail: signalsofficer@suvpac.org

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AIDES TO THE DEPARTMENT COMMANDER

Robert J. Kadlec, PCC
San José, California
E-mail: philsheridan4@aol.com

Jerry R. Sayre, PDC
Fallbrook, California
E-mail: cod26ia@icloud.com

D. Brad Schall, PCinC
Lincoln, California
E-mail: dschall@starstream.net
 

Department Committees 2017-2018

 

As appointed by the Department Commander

The Department Commander automatically serves as an ex officio member of all committees.

 

Publicity and Promotion Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Publicity and Promotion shall be responsible for general publicity, including matters involving public relations and the promotion of the Department and the Order. The Committee shall advise Department Officers on programs and opportunities for generating increased publicity and public exposure for the Department and Camps, including the development of "white papers" and "talking points" for use by the Department and Camps. Additionally, the Committee shall develop and maintain a training program for Camp Commanders (or their designee) on how to formulate their own publicity and promotion programs. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Senior Vice Commander. The Publicity and Promotion Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Rudy E. Velasco III, PCC (Chair, ex officio) and Cindy Eddy, PAP (ASUVCW Liaison)
 


 

Department Encampments Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Department Encampments shall execute any instructions of the Department Encampment as provided for in Article IV of these Bylaws. In the absence of such instructions, or should the Department Encampment waive its rights or fail to designate an Encampment site, as specified in Article IV, the Committee shall have the sole responsibility to put forth proposals and implement programs at the direction of the Department Senior Vice-Commander for purposes of arranging the Annual Department Encampment, including, but not limited to the following: making a site selection and associated logistics, speaker(s) and other activities, notifications, and registration. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Senior Vice-Commander who shall coordinate all arrangements. He shall appoint all committee members, subject to the approval of the Department Commander. He shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Rudy E. Velasco III, PCC (Chair, ex officio); Cindy Eddy, PAP (ASUVCW Liaison);
and Rachelle M. Campbell, PNP (ASUVCW Liaison)

 


 

Civil War Memorials Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Civil War Memorials shall seek and identify all monuments and memorials dedicated to Civil War veterans and the Grand Army of the Republic within the jurisdiction of the Department. The Committee shall bring to the attention of the Department Commander any disrespect or lack of attention shown to any Civil War monument or memorial. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Civil War Memorials Officer. The Civil War Memorials Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Dean A. Enderlin, PCC (Chair, ex officio); Allen R. Davis, PCC;
Charles L. Beal, PCC; David A. Davis, PCC; and Donald Huffman

 


 

Legislation Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Legislation shall keep the Department informed of legislation that may be introduced, or currently existing, within the jurisdiction of the Department, of such a nature as to affect the interests of this Department, or the patriotic interests of the public, and may recommend to the Department any action that the Committee deems advisable or expedient. The Committee shall also act upon matters referred to it by the Department Commander. The Legislation Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Daniel R. Earl, PCC (Chair) and D. Brad Schall, PCinC
 


 

Bylaws Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Bylaws shall periodically review these Bylaws, bringing necessary revisions to the attention of the Department Commander. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Counselor. The Bylaws Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Daniel R. Earl, PCC (Chair, ex officio); D. Brad Schall, PCinC (Vice Chair);
Jeffrey L. Vaillant, PCC; and Thomas P. Chumley, PCC

 


 

History Committee

  • The purpose of the Standing Committee on History shall be to identify and preserve historical and biographical material pertaining to the Grand Army of the Republic, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and their respective membership. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Historian. The History Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

David A. Davis, PCC (Chair, ex officio); Jeffrey L. Vaillant, PCC; Charles L. Beal, PCC;
Richard T. Burns, PCC; Thomas P. Chumley, PCC; Glen L. Roosevelt, PDC; and William E. Daley, Jr., PCC

 


 

Communications and Technology Committee

  • The Standing Committee on Communications and Technology shall advise officers and committees about the latest computer and related technologies pertinent to the Department. This Committee shall be chaired by the Department Signals Officer. The Communications and Technology Committee shall file a written report with the Department Secretary, on no less than an annual basis, to be presented at each annual Department Encampment. The report shall include, but not be limited to, actions, findings, and recommendations of the Committee for the twelve months prior to the Encampment at which the report is being presented.

Tad D. Campbell, PCinC (Chair, ex officio); Daniel R. Earl, PCC; and Jon Henry, PCC

 


 

Special Committee on Civil War and Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and Allied Order Flags

  • The Commander has formed a special committee to locate, catalog and research Civil War related flags within the Department's area.

Sebastian A. Nelson (Chair) and David A. Davis, PCC

 


 

Special Committee to Explore the Possibility of Coordinating Meetings and/or Activities of the SCV Division Convention and SUVCW/ASUVCW Department Encampment in 2020

  • The Commander has formed a special committee to explore the possibility of joint functions between the California Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Department of California and Pacific, SUVCW/ASUVCW during the Departments' respective state-level conventions in 2020.

Linn W. Malaznik (Chair); Rudy E. Velasco III, PCC; Frank C. Avila, PCC;
Allen R. Davis, PCC; Tad D. Campbell, PCinC; and Cindy Eddy, PAP (ASUVCW, Liaison)

 


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