Post 58 FOUNTAIN HILLS, Arizona

Post 58


Post 58 FOUNTAIN HILLS, Arizona

About This Post

Post Namesake

The post presently has no namesake

Notable Members

Eugene C. Metcalfe, World War II Prisoner of War. Mr. Metcalfe has just had a book published about his World War II service called "Left for Dead at Nijmegen:


What Makes this Post Unique

American Legion Post 58 is not unique in itself, it is the town of Fountain Hills that is unique. Fountain Hills has a large snow-bird population so at the Post, have a big Chicago, Minnesota, Wisconsin presence. Most everyone in ... READ MORE



A Purple Heart medal has a place of honor

Jul 15, 2018

I was recently contacted by Mr. William Burd, a 77-year-old veteran and American Legion member, who had the original Purple Heart from his cousin, Thomas H. Evans, who fought in World War II, with the pictures and original certificates. He had no..

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WWII veteran James R. Breniser, American Legion member for 73 years! Fountain Hills, AZ

Dec 2018

Comrade James R. Breniser, originally of Middlebury, Ind., has marked 73 years of service in The American Legion! Comrade Breniser has been a member of Post 58 for 14 years, transferring in 2005 from Post 26, Mesa, Ariz. Comrade Breniser is a United States Navy veteran of World War II and served as a ship's cook with the rank of (SC2c) Petty Officer Second Class (E-5). Congratulations!

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