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the Wellton, Arizona VFW Post 6790!






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VFW Post 6790, Wellton, Arizona
All Veterans are encouraged to join us if you have served in a
foreign war (i.e. World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Southwest
Asia (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait), Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, or
the Global War on Terrorism).
Men and Women who are family members of
Veterans, serving in one of the above
campaigns, are encouraged to join the VFW
Auxiliary.

The Auxiliary, at this Post, was established to
assist the Post Comrades; which they do
joyfully and are equal to none!


Click on one of their links (left navigation
pane) to see eligibility requirements.
29389 Oakland Avenue
Wellton, AZ 85356
ph: 928-785-4225
fax: 928-785-9724
alt: 619-813-2146
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About Us

During the 1940's four "boys" went off to fight in World War II.  They were (in no
particular order),  C.J. "Jack " Mains, Jack Short, Hugh Spain and Fred Morton
Hughes.  The only one that did not return was Fred Morton Hughes.  The other three
are considered to be the founders of this Post and Fred Morton Hughes legacy
lives on as the Post "name sake."

VFW Post 6790 was officially chartered in Wellton, Arizona on November 13,
1950, by the following members:

John Beckett                   Harrison Chisholm              Donald Cooper
Rivers Donaldson           Henry Ellis                           Herbert Farar
John Flowers Jr.             Keaton Gibson                    Jack Gibson
Herbert Glassner            Arthur Gray                          Robert Green                  
John Jackson                  John Kenson                       Leeman Knapp
Dan Larned                     Joe McCain                         Theron Marks
Francis Pidgeon             John Ricks                          Albert Ruiz
Albert Spain                    Orlen Spain                         Lawrence Spain
John Verschoor Sr.        John Verschoor Jr.             Everett Wallace
John Williams

We are grateful for their sacrifices, thoughtfulness, determination and willingness
to leave this legacy for all to enjoy.  


Here is to our "Absent Comrades and Fallen Heroes!"