Annual Veterans Breakfast, November 9th

Thank you City of Tualatin for organizing this annual event.

Auxiliary News

  • Tualatin VFW to name new hall to honor fallen Marine Veterans of Foreign Wars post will dedicate Cpl. Matthew Lembke Hall at Boones Ferry on Aug. 26 By Stover E Harger III The Times, Aug 6, 2009, Updated Aug 6, 2009 TUALATIN — Along with a fresh location, the local VFW Post has a new name, the Cpl. Matthew Lembke Hall, designed to honor the Tualatin Marine who ...
  • Marine Matthew Lembke of Tualatin buried at Willamette National Cemetery by Paige Parker, The Oregonian Monday July 20, 2009, 9:41 PM Family and friends gathered Monday to bless and bury Marine Cpl. Matthew R. Lembke, an Oregonian who died this month following severe injuries sustained in June. The son of Claudia and Dale Lembke of Tualatin and brother of Carolyn, Matt Lembke, 22, is the 131st military member ...
  • Marine Matthew Lembke of Tualatin dies of injuries suffered in Afghanistan by Julie Sullivan, The Oregonian Friday July 10, 2009, 5:04 PM Cpl. Matthew Lembke, a Tualatin man serving his third combat tour, died Friday at Bethesda Naval Hospital from complications from his blast injuries suffered in Afghanistan. The 22-year-old Marine sniper had been patrolling on foot June 22 when an IED exploded. He lost both his legs and ...
  • Oregon Marine gravely wounded, losing both legs after bombing in Afghanistan by Julie Sullivan, The Oregonian Tuesday July 07, 2009, 10:00 PM On his last visit home to Tualatin before his third deployment, Matt Lembke began to talk, for the first time, about life after the Marines. About college. Maybe the FBI. Two months later, Cpl. Lembke and the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment pressed in on the Taliban stronghold ...
  • Cruising Back to Health with VFW It’s been a while since Teena has exercised some of the muscles in her legs. 8 1/2 years, in fact. Now, with a little help from the VFW and a generous businessman, Teena is well on her way to getting back on track. A veteran of the 1st Gulf War and Operation Desert Storm, Teena served ...
  • Not to be Forgotten: Tualatin’s Brian Lee Bushnell, POW/MIA WRITTEN BY: YVONNE ADDINGTON It has been almost 40 years since Tualatin resident Brian Lee Bushnell, then just 21, was declared missing in action over North Vietnam seas. So it was quite a surprise to receive an inquiry (via the City of Tualatin to the Tualatin Historical Society) from Candace Lokey of the National League of ...


Memorial Day Picnic

Thank you to all of our 2018 corporate sponsors to make our annual Memorial Day Picnic the best event ever.

Account Tax of Oregon Banner Bank Center Street Gold & SIlver
Columbia Bank  Dalton's Northwest Catering Franz Bakery
Fred Meyer, Tualatin Graphic Expressions Integrity Staffing
Oregon Eye Specialists Pepiot Painting Portland-Badge-And-Sign-CO
Rayborn's Plumbing Tonkin Wilsonville Nissan Tualatin Auto Body
Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Tualatin Historical Society Tualatin Life
Tualatin Web   Tutor Doctor


Our Mission

Established 1914, members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Auxiliary set out to serve the veterans of this country and our communities in honor of the sacrifices and commitment of every man and woman who has served in uniform. We have unwavering support for uncommon heroes.