Rayson-Miller Post 899

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"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

Rayson-Miller American Legion Post 899 supports the community's youth programs and our initiative of Veterans Supporting Veterans with donations.


Please consider donating today! 


For any generous donation of $25 or more receive this beautifully embroidered 4 inch patch as our Thank You gift.


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