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I am a charter member and the First President of Eufaula, Alabama Buffalo Soldiers Chapter.

I served and Retired from the United States Army with over 20 years of distinguish service. I am a faithful servant of Zion Baptist Church in Eufaula, Alabama and Prince Hall Masonry of Oklahoma and its Jurisdiction. I am deeply rooted in our community.

 

I want the Buffalo Soldiers Nation to know how honored I am to serve as National Vice President of this prestigious organization. This position is a huge responsibility and I do not take it lightly. I hope to assist and provide support through years of “One Club, One Patch, On Mindset” and looking for more ideas that represent that theme.

National Vice-President

James Thomas Sr.

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First, I would like to say “Thank You” for your unwavering support during my tenure as your National Safety Officer.  Now I would like to say “thank you” for electing me to serve as your National Secretary.  I am filled with a strong sense of pride and it is my humble honor to serve you.  I fully understand the responsibilities of this position and look forward to fulfilling your confidence in me to serve in this most important position in our organization.  As I ride my stallion of choice, “Red Bone,” a candy apple red GL1800 Goldwing I look forward to interacting with each of you, your communities, and representing this magnificent organization in a professional manner at all times.   Much luv!

National Secretary 

"RoadRunner"

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I am native of Washington, D.C., and am a U.S. Army retiree with 30 years of service to our nation, retiring at the rank of Command Sergeant Major (CSM). I have served through two conflicts; Vietnam and Desert Storm.

 

My Stallion is a 2013 “Typhoon Maroon” Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide dressed out as pretty as you please.

I served as your assistant National Treasurer and I’m honored to serve as your National Treasurer.

 

We must always remember that “They Are Our Heritage, and We Are Their Legacy.”

National Treasurer

 

William Morgan

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