Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430

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I would like to thank the Iroquois Post 1587 for the great ride with the American Legion Riders and the awesome experien...
07/23/2023

I would like to thank the Iroquois Post 1587 for the great ride with the American Legion Riders and the awesome experience at the PowWow. We are looking forward to many more endeavors between our respective posts

We would like to Congratulate our recent American Legion College Graduate, Adjutant Sandy McIsaac on a job well done. We...
07/11/2023

We would like to Congratulate our recent American Legion College Graduate, Adjutant Sandy McIsaac on a job well done. We are looking for big things from Adjutant McIsaac in the near future.

07/04/2023

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11/30/2022
Wishing all our Veterans and Servicemembers a Happy Veterans Day. We thank you for your service and sacrifice for our gr...
11/11/2022

Wishing all our Veterans and Servicemembers a Happy Veterans Day. We thank you for your service and sacrifice for our great country!

U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch, Tosca Martin, Rev. Eugene L. Pierce, Past Commander American Legion Jesse Clip...
11/10/2022

U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch, Tosca Martin, Rev. Eugene L. Pierce, Past Commander American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No, 430

U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch, Mother Judy Sanders, Registered Nurse.
11/10/2022

U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch, Mother Judy Sanders, Registered Nurse.

Rev. Eugene L. Pierce, Past Commander American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, Mrs. Pauline Holloway, Aunt of Corpora...
11/10/2022

Rev. Eugene L. Pierce, Past Commander American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, Mrs. Pauline Holloway, Aunt of Corporal Monica Lynch, member, American Legion Bennett-Wells American Legion Post 1780 Auxiliary, U. S. Congressman Brian Higgins, U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch.

November 8, 2022-It was a pleasure to join Congressman Brain Higgins, family, and friends to honor former U. S. Marine C...
11/10/2022

November 8, 2022-It was a pleasure to join Congressman Brain Higgins, family, and friends to honor former U. S. Marine Corps Corporal Monica Lynch for her service in operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield.
Corporal Lynch was a pioneer for Black women in the Marines. She served from 1969-1991.

African American Veterans Monument Unveiling, September 24, 2022
10/04/2022

African American Veterans Monument Unveiling, September 24, 2022

African American Veterans Monument Gala, September 23, 2022
10/04/2022

African American Veterans Monument Gala, September 23, 2022

Jesse Clipper Post No. 430 Picnic
10/04/2022

Jesse Clipper Post No. 430 Picnic

August 30, 2022-Veterans Standdown-Legionnaire Richard Hill and First Vice Commander Howard Patton, staff Post 430, info...
09/03/2022

August 30, 2022-Veterans Standdown-Legionnaire Richard Hill and First Vice Commander Howard Patton, staff Post 430, information table.

Check out the trailer for Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park newest film project. The film is part of the T...
09/02/2022

Check out the trailer for Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park newest film project. The film is part of the Two Wars: The Road to Integration exhibit that was unveiled earlier this year located on the second floor of the park's museum.

The film also features three of Jesse Clipper Post 430 members, WWII Cordinator Tech Stg Paul "Papa" Woods, Past Commander Paulette Woods and Commander Dr. Kanasha Blue.

We are looking forward to seeing the full documentary in November.

https://youtu.be/ADGd3gmoMus

In 1948, President Truman signed Executive Order 9981, integrating the US Armed Forces. Join us as we see the journey taken to get there including interview...

August 30, 2022-Veterans Standdown-Legionnaire of The Year Judge Advocate Felton Davis and Legionnaire Dr. Robert Neufel...
09/01/2022

August 30, 2022-Veterans Standdown-Legionnaire of The Year Judge Advocate Felton Davis and Legionnaire Dr. Robert Neufeld President of the Amature Radio Club, staff Post 430, information table.

August 30, 2022-Chair Barbara Miller Williams and Legionnaire of The Year Judge Advocate Felton Davis provide veterans w...
09/01/2022

August 30, 2022-Chair Barbara Miller Williams and Legionnaire of The Year Judge Advocate Felton Davis provide veterans with information at 2022 StandDown.

The American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, Inc.                     "Legionnaire of the Year"               Judge A...
08/10/2022

The American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, Inc.
"Legionnaire of the Year"
Judge Advocate Felton L. Davis,
Judge Advocate Davis, a Paid Up for Life member of The American Legion, has been a member of the Jesse Clipper Post 430 for eight years. He has served as the Post Judge Advocate for the last five years. When presenting him with this prestigious award, Commander Rev. Eugene L. Pierce said "Judge Advocate Davis has proven to be a self-starter whose performance is exemplary, as demonstrated by the outstanding 2021 Memorial Day Ceremonies at the St. Matthews Cemetery, where he served as the Legionnaire-in-Charge with Congressman Brian Higgins delivering the key remarks." Judge Advocate Davis has served as the Post's Chair of the Nomination and Election Committee and has been in charge of the Post's Constitution and By-Laws updating committee. He has also served as the Post's Boys State Committee Chair, having attended Boys State himself as a youth.

Judge Advocate Davis earned his B.S., MBA, and J.D. degrees and is a graduate of U. S. Army Command and General Staff Officer Non-Resident Course. He advanced to Major while serving in the United States Army. He later completed the Teacher Certification Program at D'Youville College and the Educational Administration & Supervision Program at Canisius College.

Among several Certificates he holds, Judge Advocate Davis is most proud of having his private pilot certificate. He has lived seven years in Germany and two years in Korea.

Judge Advocate Davis is an Eagle Scout and is active in the community, serving as a Boy Scouts National Service Territory 10 Lead for Finance and Fund Development, former Treasurer, and current NAACP Buffalo Branch Civic Engagement Committee Chair. He has been a member of the Orchard Park Chorale since 1993 and is a member of the Alpha Fraternity, Inc., where he currently serves as their National Chair of the Boy Scout Committee. He is also a member of and past Parish Council President of Bernadette Church, Orchard Park, Judge Advocate Davis has taught and tutors at the Buffalo Campus of Bryant & Statton College, Buffalo, NY since 2008.

Judge Advocate Davis and his wife Helen recently celebrated their 47th Wedding Anniversary. They are the proud parents of daughters Tonya and Nicole.

August 6, 2022-These are scenes from the American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, 1st Annual Picnic, Stiglmeier Park,...
08/07/2022

August 6, 2022-These are scenes from the American Legion Jesse Clipper Post No. 430, 1st Annual Picnic, Stiglmeier Park, 810 Losson Road, Cheektowaga, New York 14227.

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American Legion Post To Honor Victims of Tops Shooting

Members of American Legion Posts, Bennett-Wells No. 1780, Gabriel A. Rodriguez American Legion Post 1928 and Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430 will gather and conduct a Memorial Ceremony on Saturday July 2, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in remembrance and honor of the victims to the horrific Tops Supermarket Shooting on May 14, 2022.

The Ceremony that is expected to last thirty-minutes will be conducted at the Tops Memorial site, on the corner of Jefferson and Landon Avenue, Buffalo, NY. # # # 7 News WKBW News 4 WIVB Buffalo WGRZ - Channel 2, Buffalo Spectrum News 1 Buffalo Fox 29 WUTV Buffalo WBBZ TV | Buffalo's Buzz
The WNY Hispanic American Veterans Memorial Inc. held their annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park today. We were honored to be joined by Mayor Byron W. Brown, Assemblymember Jon Rivera, Niagara District Council Member David A. Rivera, Erie County Clerk Mickey Kearns, Gabriel A. Rodriguez American Legion Post 1928, Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430, Bennett-Wells Auxiliary Post 1780, and the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York Inc. Thank you for all that you do to remember and honor those who gave their lives for our country.
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K.I.A. Memorial Roadmarch is honored to bring the Fallen Heroes Memorial to WNY on July 17 & 18. Come down to the Naval Park and honor our Fallen.
During a solemn ceremony at St Matthew's Cemetery in West Seneca, we joined Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430 this Memorial Day to pay tribute to U.S. military who paid the ultimate sacrifice serving our nation, including Western New Yorkers laid to rest in the Field of Valor.
In a solemn event Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park at the WNY Hispanic American Veterans Memorial Inc. , Commander Rev. Eugene L. Pierce of the Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430 was honored with a inscribed paver for his support and guidance to the Gabriel A. Rodriguez American Legion Post 1928. Fellow Veteran Legionnaires were on hand to do the honors. EC200 - Erie County Bicentennial |
Special thanks to Commander Rev. Eugene L. Pierce, Jesse Clipper American Legion Post #430 for his community service. EC200 - Erie County Bicentennial !
Jesse Clipper became a legend in Buffalo, New York for his actions during World War I. Before being drafted into the army, Clipper worked at the American Palace laundry. He was known to be a pleasant young man who was a hard worker. Before service to his country, Jesse Clipper served as Vice-President of Colored Musicians Local No. 533 in 1917.