Troy D. Williams
VFW Department of Missouri Surgeon 2017 –2018
Troy’s blood runs deep for veterans. His Grandfather, a Navy Korean War Veteran, did not know the extent of the benefits he was deserved until he was on his death bed. His father, an Army Vietnam War Veteran, did not know the extent of the benefits he was deserved until four years ago. Troy’s uncle served in the Navy in Vietnam, and died not knowing the extent of the benefits he was deserved. Troy himself did not know the extent of the
benefits he was deserved, until joining and getting guidance from Miller County VFW Post 2442. Too many Veterans are unaware of the benefits the VA has to offer. The VFW provides programs, benefit information, and the determination to fight for these entitlements. Every Veteran needs to know that the VFW is here for them: Veterans helping Veterans.
Troy Williams is currently a small business owner of a landscape company serving the Lake and surrounding areas. His company has been in business since 1998. Troy and his wife Tina are both members of Miller County VFW Post 2442. Troy has been the volunteer VFW Post 2442 Softball Field Manager for ten years along with the volunteer help of his wife.
Troy was born and raised in the state of Missouri and graduated from School of the Osage in 1988. Soon thereafter, he joined the United States Marine Corps. He went to boot camp in MCRD San Diego, CA. His first duty station was 8thand I Marine Barracks in Washington, DC and he was a part of the Presidential Honor Guard. Troy was deployed to the Desert Storm War and was part of 2nd Battalion 8th Marines. His final duty station was in Okinawa, Japan
Troy has held numerous VFW offices:
Member of the National VFW Committees Program 2016-2017.
National Assistant Inspector General 2015-2016.
National Aide De Camp 2014-2015.
Department Americanism Chairman 2016-2017.
Department Assistant Sargent of Arms 2015-2016.
District Senior-Vice Commander.
District Junior-Vice Commander.
District Veterans Service Officer.
District Community Chairman.
District Voice of Democracy/Patriots Pens Chairman.
Post Commander from 2011 until present.
Post Senior-Vice Commander
Voice of Democracy, Patriots Pen Chairman from 2011 to present.
Membership Chairman 2011 to present.
Community Activities Chairman 2011 to present.
Member of the Honor Guard and Color Guard 2011 to present.
POST ACHIEVEMENTS INCLUDE SEVERAL
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS,
SEVERAL VETERANS SERVICE AWARDS,
POST ALL STATE FOR 2014-2015 AND 2015-2016,
POST ALL AMERICAN AWARD 2014-2015.
Troy Williams has the drive, experience, dedication, and
commitment to ensure ALL Veterans receive their
entitlements. He asks for your support in fulfilling his mission.
Contact information: 573-480-1838
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