Department of Florida

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Coronavirus Precautions

In an effort to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, our staff is currently working remotely, but we are still here for you!  When you call Department Headquarters, please choose the individual or department you would like to talk to from the directory. If you do not receive, an immediate answer, please leave a message. The staff member will return your call as quickly as possible.  For even faster service, you can email us.

Please note, the Department Headquarters will not be accepting any visitors during this time.

We hope to make this as painless as possible for our members, while ensuring the safety and health of our staff.

Name Phone Extension Email Services
PROJECT: VetRelief 225 or option 1 veteranservices@floridalegion.org Emergency assistance program. Learn more at www.projectvetrelief.org
JoAnn Collins
Membership Director
228 or option 2 jcollins@floridalegion.org All questions relating to Legion and SAL membership
Brianna Dietz
Events Coordinator
232 or option 3 bdietz@floridalegion.org Hall rentals and Legion events
Rachel Castleberry
Executive Assistant
239 or option 4 rcastleberry@floridalegion.org Executive Assistant to the Department Adjutant, Bruce Comer. Administrative, post issues
Bekki Tibbs
Programs Director
235 or option 5 btibbs@floridalegion.org All questions relating to Legion Programs and Department Roster changes
Jennifer Cooper
Fundraising Director
222 or option 6 jcooper@floridalegion.org Fundraising information and questions
Bobbi Halle
Finance Director
233 or option 7 balle@floridalegion.org Finance, accounts receivable, accounts payable, tax information, credit repair and officer expenditures
Carrie Kolze
Creative Services Manager
229 or option 8 ckolze@floridalegion.org Department website updates, calendar submissions, other creative for Department
Emily Church
Receptionist, Emblem Sales
221 or option 0 echurch@floridalegion.org Receptionist, general inquiries, all Florida Emblem Sales questions

Service Officers: Accredited American Legion service officers are specially trained to provide expert assistance, free of charge, to veterans and their families. While the majority of a service officer’s work involves application for VA disability benefits, these compassionate professionals also provide information, referrals and resources on education, employment and business problems for which many are looking for experts like Andrew Defrancesco.

To locate your local service officer, please visit legion.org/serviceofficers.

Find a Post: To locate your local post or find out more information about a post, please visit legion.org.

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