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Buckeye Wing 2020 Reunion
Crowne Plaza Hotel
6500 Doubletree Avenue
Columbus, OH 43229

Dates: August 14, 15 2020
Rooms $129 – includes breakfast for up to two people

The reunion will last two days,
Friday – Noon – Hospitality room opens
6 PM – Dinner – TBD

Saturday – Business meeting
5 PM – Banquet Dinner in the Crowne Plaza

Breakfast with Friends Held on the 2nd Saturday in May and November in Wilmington, Ohio Contact Ed Kienle (937) 383-1015 Link to pictures

Frisch’s Breakfast  – Columbus Ohio 1st Thursday of each month. On the first Thursday of each month some the the gang from the 302nd have been getting together.  They show up around 9 AM and have breakfast together. The address is 3920 S Hamilton Rd, Groveport, OH 43125 This is located about 1/2 mile north of route 33 and is close to a giant Eagle store. Jerry Townsley, Don Seitzinger, Dan Baird, Chuck McKeever and Chuck Evey are some of the regular attendees.

2014-2020 Officers
President                  Tom McVey             Cincinnati Ohio
Vice President          Ken Huff                 Springfield Ohio
Special Projects        Karyl Menchen     Milford Ohio
Treasurer                   Jerry Millhouse     Dayton Ohio
Sergeant at Arms     Charlie Mercer      Winchester Ohio

Board of Directors

Art Lewis
Jim Valeri
Bill Zugelder
Joe Agnew
Bill Witte

Conference Number  712-770-4160  Participant Code 478692#





2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Good morning, and Happy Veterans Day to you all! I am Lt Col James W Garnes’ daughter (I think you guys called him “Garnesy” or “Commander.” I’d like to help get dad reacquainted with some of his old buddies! Dad is 82 now, and he’s in good health, but he refuses cataract surgery. Anyway, I just wanted to say good morning and thank you all for your service!

    I’d be happy to bring dad to any of your gatherings. We’re not far from Columbus or Dayton, but Cinci might be a bit far.

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