Aerie And Auxiliary

Aerie Officers

Jr. Past Worthy President
Daryl Stensland
worthypastjrpresident@valleycityeagles.com

Worthy President
Ron King
worthypresident@valleycityeagles.com

Worthy Vice President
Dusty Polk
worthvicepresident@valleycityeagles.com

Worthy Chaplain
Gary Retterath
worthychaplain@valleycityeagles.com

Secretary
Rod Fernnow
worthysecretary@valleycityeagles.com

Treasurer
Don Enger
worthytreasurer@valleycityeagles.com

Conductor
Corey Kresse
worthyconductor@valleycityeagles.com

Inside Guard
Quentin Murray

Outside Guard

Trustee
Lorny Behm

Trustee
Don Triebold

Trustee
Don Malec

Trustee
Dave Sund

Auditor
Dennis Ertelt

Auxiliary Officers

Madam President
Robin Cruff-Idland
madampresident@valleycityeagles.com

Jr. Past Madam President
Cheryl Olson
jrpastmadampresident@valleycityeagles.com

Madam vice President
Rose Wendt
madamvicepresident@valleycityeagles.com

Madam Chaplain
Arlene Flatlie
madamchaplain@valleycityeagles.com

Madam Conductor
LeAnn Wiest
madamconductor@valleycityeagles.com

Madam Secretary
Cheryl Sorby
madamsecretary@valleycityeagles.com

Madam Treasurer
Pat Malec
madamtreasurer@valleycityeagles.com

Madam Inside Guard
Marion Flatt

Madam Outside Guard
Frances Yokom

Trustee
Kathy Brobst

Trustee
Debbie King

Trustee
Verlynn Christianson

Our Mission Statement

The Fraternal Order of Eagles is an international non-profit organization uniting fraternally in the spirit of liberty, truth, justice, and equality, to make human life more desirable by lessening its ills and promoting peace, prosperity, gladness and hope.

The F.O.E. donates more than $10 million a year to local communities, fundraisers, charities and more. As part of its philosophy, the F.O.E. gives back 100 percent of monies raised in the form of grants. Fundraisers are conducted for eight major charities, including kidney, heart, diabetes, cancer and spinal cord injury funds, a children's fund, memorial foundation and the Golden Eagle Fund.

Our History

The F.O.E. was founded in February, 1898 by six theatre owners gathered in a Seattle shipyard to discuss a musician's strike. After addressing the matter, they agreed to "bury the hatchet" and form "The Order of Good Things." As numbers grew, members selected the Bald Eagle as the official emblem and changed the name to "The Fraternal Order of Eagles." The women's auxiliary traces its roots to 1927. The Fraternal Order of Eagles includes nearly 800,000 members and more than 1,500 locations across the United States and Canada. Stop by one of our locations and see why we're known as People Helping People.