Fleet Reserve Association Branch 232 revived in Cape May after 15-year hiatus - Lower Cape May - pressofAtlanticCity.com Mobile

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Fleet Reserve Association Branch 232 revived in Cape May after 15-year hiatus

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From left, Robert Campbell, president of Fleet Reserve Assocation Branch 13 in Mays Landing and event organizer, presented new Branch 232 officers HSCM Catherine Seybold, branch president; BMC Thomas Dougherty (ret. Coast Guard), first vice president; YNI Michael McLaughlin (ret. Navy), second vice president; and CW03 Steve Harrell (ret. Coast Guard) secretary/treasurer, Sept. 10 at the FRA Institution and Installation Ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May.

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To commemorate the formation of the new Fleet Reserve Association Branch 232 of Cape May, active-duty and retired military personnel gathered Sept. 10 at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May.

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From left, Robert Campbell, president of Fleet Reserve Assocation Branch 13 in Mays Landing and event organizer, presented new Branch 232 officers HSCM Catherine Seybold, branch president; BMC Thomas Dougherty (ret. Coast Guard), first vice president; YNI Michael McLaughlin (ret. Navy), second vice president; and CW03 Steve Harrell (ret. Coast Guard) secretary/treasurer, Sept. 10 at the FRA Institution and Installation Ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center in Cape May.