At-Large Director

Dan Stenvold

At-Large Director

I’m Dan Stenvold and I’m asking for your vote again as a Director At-Large in the best veterans service organization in the world!

 

I served three tours in Vietnam in 1969, 1970, and 1971 as an artilleryman in the 2/35th. We were a 155mm self-propelled howitzer unit attached to the 11th Cav, the Aussies and New Zealanders out of Nui Dat and fired for anyone that needed our help. Our motto: “You yell, we shell like hell, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week”.

 

I have been the mayor of Park River, N.D., for the past thirteen years, working with a $6M budget.

 

My duties in VVA include: State Council President of North Dakota since 1999; National Committees include Public Affairs, PTSD & Substance Abuse, and Finance; and I chair the Convention and Awards Committees. My proudest moment in VVA was accepting VVA’s Commendation Medal!

 

I have completed thirty-seven Agent Orange Roundtables in the state of North Dakota with the help of two $50,000 grants from our legislature. It really gave me the chance to visit with several thousand veterans and their families about how Agent Orange has affected them.

 

What can I do for the future of VVA? I would like to use my leadership to help guide VVA in the right path into the future! There will be some very hard decisions that will have to be made, and this will take a VERY strong board.

I’m Dan Stenvold and I’m asking for your vote again as a Director At-Large in the best veterans service organization in the world!

 

I served three tours in Vietnam in 1969, 1970, and 1971 as an artilleryman in the 2/35th. We were a 155mm self-propelled howitzer unit attached to the 11th Cav, the Aussies and New Zealanders out of Nui Dat and fired for anyone that needed our help. Our motto: “You yell, we shell like hell, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week”.

 

I have been the mayor of Park River, N.D., for the past thirteen years, working with a $6M budget.

 

My duties in VVA include: State Council President of North Dakota since 1999; National Committees include Public Affairs, PTSD & Substance Abuse, and Finance; and I chair the Convention and Awards Committees. My proudest moment in VVA was accepting VVA’s Commendation Medal!

 

I have completed thirty-seven Agent Orange Roundtables in the state of North Dakota with the help of two $50,000 grants from our legislature. It really gave me the chance to visit with several thousand veterans and their families about how Agent Orange has affected them.

 

What can I do for the future of VVA? I would like to use my leadership to help guide VVA in the right path into the future! There will be some very hard decisions that will have to be made, and this will take a VERY strong board.