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VFW Post 2503, Omaha, NE
Post Newsletter
MEMORIAL DAY 2018
VFW Post 2503 Information & Contacts
Hall-Rental, Banquet Room, Meeting Room, Reception Room
Address information update
VFW Post 2503 BY-LAWS/JANUARY 2017
Past Post 2503 Commanders
Honor Guard 2503
VFW Motorcycle Riders
 Auxiliary
Post History
Pictures of Post Activities
Community Service
Voice of Democracy
172nd Transportation Co.
Department of Nebraska
VFW National
Informmation about the VFW
Veterans Administration
VA web site addresses
Government web sites
How to Obtain a DD214
Resources for Veterans
Gulf War Syndrome
U.S. Veteran Compensation Programs
Wounded Warrior Project
Meaning of July 4th
Flag Etiquette
Pledge of Allegiance
When a Soldier Comes Home
Playing of Taps
Unknown Soldier Tomb
US Constitution

 Our Post History 

For as a wise present is the seed of a fruitful future....

A great past is the seed of a hopeful future...

First Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2503 Memorial Service honoring Edward M. Erickson held at Mt. Hope Cemetery in 1935. 

Bill Robinson - First Commander VFW Post 2503

30th Anniversary - Post 2503 in 1962

American Legion Post 112 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2503 erected this monument in 1966 at Mt Hope cemetery.  Both Posts hold an annual ceremony,  on Memorial Day,  honoring deceased veterans. 

Members of American Legion Post 112 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2503 place flags and crosses near headstones of deceased military at Mt. Hope Cemetery in preparation of Memorial Day Services 2010.
The pictures below were graciously provided by Vivian Parrish and were scanned to digital format by Rob McDonald.  Our thanks to both of them for expending the time to provide this insight into Post 2503 history.  If you would like to make comment or assist in identifying people in the Pictures or the events represented, please contact webmaster@vfwpost2503.org. We shall be working with Vivian to gather more information. Your assistance is appreciated.


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