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Post 464  Conception Junction, Missouri



CHARTER DATE: February 19, 1946

POST NAMESAKE: American Legion Tri-C Memorial Post 464, Department of Missouri, was named in honor of the citizens of three area communities - Clyde, Conception.. Read more »

FIRST COMMANDER: Eugene J. "Gene" King

NOTABLE MEMBERS: Ralph A. Bliley, Post Commander (1955, 1960, 1973, 1983, 1989), Fourth District Commander (1964 - 1966 and 2000 - 2002),.. Read more »

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Tri-C Memorial Post 464 was issued its charter on February 19, 1946. The Post was named in honor of the citizens of three communities – Clyde, Conception, and Conception Junction. The residents of these communities heartily supported the formation of an American Legion Post by gathering scrap iron for sale to help the Post get started. Full story »
On April 1, 1946 a list of the Charter Members of Post 464 was finalized. The list included: Eugene J. "Gene" King; James P. O'Brien; Fred V. Meyer; James H. Bright; Donovan C. Bright; Kenneth B. King; George V. Kern; Irvan J. Farnan; Leo E. Farnan; Lawrence H. Holtman; Leo J. Meyer; Walter P. Geisken; Ernest E. Mattson; James W. Dobyns; Lawrence B. Lager; Vincent J. Meyer; Harold B. Deal; Leroy A. Seipel; Charles T... Full story »
Tri-C Memorial Post 464 received a 21st Century Declaration of Commitment from the National Headquarters of The American Legion on June 20, 2000. The Declaration was issued to Posts that met criteria for its members in the areas of Vision, Goals, Image, Partnership, Public Outreach, Programs and Membership. Full story »
American Legion National Commander Fang A. Wong was the guest of honor at a dinner held at Tri-C Memorial Post 464 on November 7, 2011. It was the first visit of an American Legion National Commander to Post 464. Commander Wong spoke on veterans issues, reasons for why eligible veterans should join the Legion and other matters. Full story »
American Legion National Commander Dale Barnett was the featured guest at a "meet and greet" held at Tri - C Memorial Post 464 on October 4, 2015. Commander Barnett spoke spoke to event attendees about veterans issues and the need to promote the activities of The American Legion to the public. Full story »