Cleveland based Coast Guard Chief’s mess thanks VFW Post 3345

Great Lakes Coast Guard News
Master Chief Petty Officer Paul Holling, chief-of-the-mess of the Coast Guard’s Cleveland-Area Chiefs Mess and other members of both the local chiefs mess and members of the Northcoast Chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association, visited Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3345 during a meeting at the Strongsville, Ohio, post, March 14, 2013, to thank the members of the VFW post for funding and dedicating a Coast Guard memorial bench at their post in August 2012.

Master Chief Petty Officer Paul Holling, chief-of-the-mess of the Coast Guard's Cleveland-Area Chiefs Mess, speaks to members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3345 during a meeting at the Strongsville, Ohio, post, March 14, 2013, as Steve Doutt, commander of the post, looks on. Holling and other members of the local chiefs mess and members of the Northcoast Chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association were on hand to thank the members of the VFW post for funding and dedicating a Coast Guard memorial bench at their post in August 2012. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi)

Master Chief Petty Officer Paul Holling, chief-of-the-mess of the Coast Guard’s Cleveland-Area Chiefs Mess, speaks to members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3345 during a meeting at the Strongsville, Ohio, post, March 14, 2013, as Steve Doutt, commander of the post, looks on. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Chief Petty Officer Steve Pigeon, executive petty officer of Coast Guard Station Cleveland Harbor, in Cleveland, presents a framed Coast Guard ensign to Steve Doutt, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3345, during a meeting at the Strongsville, Ohio, post, March 14, 2013. The ensign, which was flown aboard one of the station's response boats, was presented to thank the members of the VFW post for supporting the Coast Guard's Cleveland-Area Chiefs Mess and Northcoast Chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association as well as thank them for funding and dedicating a Coast Guard memorial bench at their post in August 2012. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

Chief Petty Officer Steve Pigeon, executive petty officer of Coast Guard Station Cleveland Harbor, in Cleveland, presents a framed Coast Guard ensign to Steve Doutt, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3345, during a meeting at the Strongsville, Ohio, post, March 14, 2013. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Kyle Niemi

 

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