Frank Marsh has resigned as President of TLCB. John Sweet has filled the position as our new President and Les Thompson has taken the Vice President position.
Mike Potaski has filled the position of Member At Large on the Board of Directors (slot formerly held by Les Thompson.)
Welcome to the Thailand-Laos-Cambodia Brotherhood.
Our organization is dedicated to the valiant members of all service branches who served in this theater before, during and after the Vietnam War. Your service and sacrifice made more of a difference than you will ever know.
Time to Step Up!
Last Ditch Effort for Volunteers and Nominations
The TLC Brotherhood member nomination open period will close on May 15th. Since the start of this open period, on April 15th, there have been a total of “0” nominations or volunteers to fill the 5 board positions that are up for re-election this year. Our organization boasts an active 500 member population. Of that 500, there is a mere handful who are willing to volunteer their time and efforts to help ensure that the TLCB will exist in the future.
I am sure there are many of you who have thought about serving or even saying they could do a better job. Well, now is the time to step up to the plate and put your ideas and energy to work for the betterment of our brotherhood. The available positions are: Vice President, Secretary, Chaplain, and two members-at-large.
Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon.
The TLC Brotherhood Nominating Committee
Ed Stein, Chairman
As you browse these pages please consider joining our brotherhood. We have many missions yet remaining and your assistance is sorely needed. Our contributions to fellow brothers and sisters, those we left behind in the countries we served and to our own nation truly make an impact.
We also invite you to browse our forum. You will likely spot a few old friends among the many photos posted here. Once you join you will be invited to post your own thoughts and photos.
The TLC Brotherhood, Inc., is recognized as tax exempt under section 501c (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations tendered in support of any or all of the objectives of the TLC Brotherhood are tax deductible to the extent that they exceed the value of any consideration (such as logo items) received from the Brotherhood.
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