Terry Siler Gave Presentation On Revenue Cutter At Daughters Of 1812 Meeting

Thursday, November 14, 2013
David Cox, left, and Terry Siler
David Cox, left, and Terry Siler

The Volunteer-Wauhatchie Chapter of the United States Daughters of the War of 1812 met at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo for their regular meeting.  The guest speaker was U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member and retired Warrant Officer, Terry Siler, who in full dress uniform delivered a powerpoint presentation about the 1812 Revenue Cutter Service.  

He was accompanied by U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary member and Bugles Across America member, David Cox who told of the duties and opportunities of being a member of Bugles Across America. 

Following their programs, Volunteer-Wauhatchie Chapter President, Pat Pelfrey presented each of them with one of the new USD 1812 Challenge Coins as a token of appreciation.


From left, Terry Siler, Pat Pelfrey and David Cox
From left, Terry Siler, Pat Pelfrey and David Cox

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