AMVETS  (American Veterans)  Est. 1967

Nora Hall Eaves is the Commander of the AMVETS.

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Past Commanders:

On behalf of our members of AMVETS, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our site. Whether you are a current member or someone looking to join a first class Veterans organization, you will find the information contained herein informative and helpful in finding what you are looking for. We take great pride in being the largest post in the state of Kentucky. To that end, we are working everyday to find new members who are willing to dedicate a little time to help our nation's veterans and serve our communities.


You will find us in the communities throughout the state taking veterans to medical appointments, supporting children's activities, sponsoring various activities, and much more.

If you are a veteran with an honorable discharge, we thank you for your service and invite you to join us. We are "Veterans Helping Veterans" and you can help us reach our goals. If you have any questions, please email the First Vice, Robert Smith.

Raymond E. Smith

Bob Stein

Raymond Schmidt

Mac Tobias

John Melcher

Jim Taylor

Joe Figg

Jerry Skinner Sr

Charlie Nichter

Glen Guth

Harley "Marty" Davis

Danny Eaves

Doug Garvin

Pete Morgan

Greg Heun

Bill Adkins

Pat Kilkelly

Nora Hall Eaves

Les Curry


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Commander - Nora Eaves

1st Vice - Robert Smith

2nd Vice - Don Hoffmann

3rd Vice - Carlos Cintron

Adjutant - Sharon Wood

Past Commander - Bill Adkins

Finance - Pete Morgan

Judge Advocate - Pat Kilkelly

Provost Marshal - Chico Martinez

PRO -Ted (Bear) Allen

Service Officer - Robert Smith Sr.


Ron Phillip

Donnie Judd

Richard Judd

Richard Brown

Greg Wagner

Ron Caffee

Son's Coordinator - Danny Eaves

Kitchen Chairman - Ron Phillip

If you would like to become a member of AMVETS as a Veteran or a Booster Please, Contact 1st Vice Robert Smith at

AMVETS Preamble

We, the American Veterans who have served or are serving in the Armed Forces of the United States during and since World War II, fully realize our responsibility
To our Community

To our State

and to our Nation,

associate ourselves for the following purposes:

To uphold and defend the constitution of the United States;

To safeguard the principles of freedom, liberty and justice for all;

To promote the cause for peace and goodwill among nations;

To Maintain inviolate the freedom of our country;

To preserve the fundamentals of democracy;

To perpetuate the friendship and associations of these veterans;

And to dedicate ourselves to the cause of mutual assistance, this by the grace of God.