Rayson-Miller Post 899

"Rayson-Miller" Post 899 so named for two Pittsford, New York men who were killed in action in France, during WW I; Homer Rayson and Henry L. Miller.


Fifteen returning WWI veterans obtained the charter for Pittsford Rayson-Miller Post #899 on March 26, 1920.  The Charter Members were: Lloyd F Allen, Howard R Bacon, James Crawford, John S Doane, Stanley Gilmore, Dick Krieger, George Loughborough, Harry Naber, Jack B Palmer, William D Rossiter, George H Schreib, Russel A Smith, Harland D Spiegel, Raymond F Steve and William C Stockman.  POST 899 rooms were in the Crump Block in the Village of Pittsford.

Post History

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For your generous donation of $25 or more, you will receive this beautifully embroidered 4-inch patch as our Thank You gift.  


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Your donation will assist us in keeping our community support of Youth Programs, and with our 2016's increased efforts to assist our Veterans.  We would also love to hear your ideas on assisting our brave men and women serving our country. Thank You.

(Rayson-Miller Post 899 is a 501(c)19 not for profit organization.  You donations are tax deductible.)