Linda L Green has been a member of the American Legion Auxiliary for 29 years though the affiliation of her father, a World War II veteran and proud Coast Guardsman. His dedication to his service is forever in Linda’s heart as she continues to work with the veterans at the medical centers, Charlotte Hall Veterans Home, nursing homes, and all programs of the Legion Family. She began her American Legion Auxiliary service in 1990 at My Maryland Unit #126 serving as Unit President for 13 consecutive years and was proud to be awarded an Honorary Life Membership. She served Unit #126 as Chaplain, 1st and 2nd Vice Presidents, and various chairmanships. In addition, she was often found assisting the Post with administrative duties. In January 2014, she transferred to Disney-Bell Unit #66 and has served the Unit as Historian and currently Membership Chairman. She frequently volunteers her knowledge and expertise to the Unit, and feels “at home” around the Post Home of her Dad whose memories reside at #66.
Linda has served as Southern Maryland District President for three consecutive terms (2012-2015), and has held several District Rep positions.
At the Department level, she has served on many committees – Lease; Resolutions; Elections; VAVS Associate Representative at the Washington, DC VA Medical Center for 6 years, Department Historian, 2015-2016; Department Chaplain, 2016-2017; Department 2nd Vice President, 2017-2018; Department 1st Vice President and Membership Chair, 2018-2019; and currently serving as Department President, 2019-2020 – A Century of Service. It was a proud moment when her Department History in 2015-2016 won Best Department History for the Eastern Division and received a National Certificate of Participation for Active Participation as Chaplain.
Linda’s dedication, knowledge, and expertise of the American Legion Auxiliary programs is exemplary as she continues to serve the veterans throughout the community in unity, loving, caring, and sharing herself to the Legion Family.