Reunions

This page features announcements on upcoming reunions, reports from past reunions, and special articles from our Marines that they put together for us. If you would like to submit pictures, articles, and other content, please email the content to reunions@c123rd.org. Click on the underlined Reunions below for a link to the photos or information that we have collected for those Reunions.

If you would like information on upcoming reunions, please email us at reunions@c123rd.org.

If you have pictures that you would like to share with us from reunions in the past, please send them to reunions@c123rd.org and we will be happy to include them in our photo galleries.

4th Marine Division Association of WWII Reunions

# Year Place Assoc. President

  1. 1948 Kansas City Gen Clifton B. Cates

  2. 1949 Washington, D.C. Gen Franklin A. Hart

  3. 1950 New York City LtGen Edwin A. Pollock

  4. 1951 Chicago Col Justice M. Chambers

  5. 1952 San Francisco MajGen Melvin Krulewitch

  6. 1953 Washington, D.C. Col Arthur B. Hanson

  7. 1954 Niagara Falls BGen Carlton A. Fisher

  8. 1955 New York City MajGen Bertrand T. Fay

  9. 1956 Washington, D.C. MajGen W.W. Wensinger

  10. 1957 Cleveland MajGen Melvin Krulewitch

  11. 1958 Philadelphia Capt E. Frank Blanchard

  12. 1959 Boston MajGen Louis R. Jones

  13. 1960 Washington, D.C. LtCol Gerald L. Pines

  14. 1961 New York City LtCol V.H. Huse

  15. 1962 Pittsburgh BGen John r. Lannigan

  16. 1963 Washington, D.C. BGen Gooderham McCormick

  17. 1964 Chicago Col Joseph J. McCarthy

  18. 1965 Philadelphia Donald R. Herwick

  19. 1966 Los Angeles Ralph Most

  20. 1967 Washington, D.C. Adm William Baly

  21. 1968 Ocala, FL Denis Sullivan

  22. 1969 Chicago Clayton L. Caston

  23. 1970 Houston Herbert B. Newman

  24. 1971 San Diego George L. Mazarakos

  25. 1972 Memphis Carl Dearborn

  26. 1973 Washington, D.C. Lee Cannon

  27. 1974 Orlando Col Wilson I. Cook

  28. 1975 Louisville Frank L. Pokrop

  29. 1976 Boston Charles P. Newman

  30. 1977 Houston Richard Coleman

  31. 1978 Nashville Joseph W. Creagh

  32. 1979 New Orleans Orville K. Haynie

  33. 1980 Anaheim John Rill

  34. 1981 Philadelphia A. John Link

  35. 1982 Cincinnati John E. Grace Jr.

  36. 1983 Ft. Lauderdale J. Colquitt Nesmith

  37. 1984 Portland, ME Ernest M. "Top" Amidon

  38. 1985 Seattle Joseph J. Sarno

  39. 1986 Milwaukee Clayton Chipman

  40. 1987 Baltimore W. Dewey Norman

  41. 1988 San Diego Paul A. Irons

  42. 1989 Las Vegas Jack Claven

  43. 1990 St. Louis, MO Don Ellis

  44. 1991 Minneapolis John Stone

  45. 1992 New Orleans Jack Schiff

  46. 1993 San Antonio Tony Forgione

  47. 1994 Norfolk, VA Fred Everett

  48. 1995 Spokane, WA Bill Overman

  49. 1996 Orlando Arthur Forbes / Ben Brusca

  50. 1997 Kansas City, MO Gene Davis

  51. 1998 Anaheim LtGen Larry Snowden

  52. 1999 Detroit James Jarvis

  53. 2000 Washington, D.C. James Hinderliter

  54. 2001 Reno, NV William L. More

  55. 2002 San Antonio Al F. Graves

  56. 2003 Hartford, CT James W. Kelley

  57. 2004 Baltimore Charles W. Koehl

  58. 2005 Camp Pendleton Al Fiorini

  59. 2006 Atlanta Roy Earle

  60. 2007 Louisville Clair Chaffin

  61. 2008 Fredericksburg, VA Dale Cook

  62. 2009 Reno, NV H. Koellein / Vern Brintzenhofe

  63. 2010 Houston, TX Vern Brintzenhofe

  64. 2011 Fredericksburg, VA Jack Rothermel

  65. 2012 Nashville, TN Joseph Allison

  66. 2013 Savannah, GA Norman L. Baker