Current Officers

About Us

  The Association incorporated in 1947 as a non-profit organization, and is open to membership for those who served in the 1st Marine Division at any time since it's formation in 1941. This applies equally to those who served with attached or supporting units, such as corpsmen, aviation units, Seabees, ships and other regiments, battalions and other uniformed services.
  All administrative expenses are met by the association. Our chapter contributes to the following clubs and organizations: Shop with a Cop, Tri State Military Moms, Navy Relief, Semper Fi Fund, Wounded Warriors and several other community groups. A major focus is to assist Marine Veterans in need.
  The Colorado Chapter is a tax exempt 501 (c) (3).
  Our annual reunions and anniversary celebrations provide a venue for all generations of Warriors to gather and enjoy the Family of Arms that our beloved Division represents. We honor our past heroes and salute the current generation that is writing history in Iraq and Afghanistan today and on unknown shores tomorrow.
  Members are kept well informed of matters of interest in the Association through "The Old Breed News".


Colorado River Chapter
Mike Galle
(928) 758-7038 
1st Vice:
Casey Case
(928) 542-7800
2nd Vice:
Jim Fury
(928) 788-3144
George Cary
(928) 704-6478
Paul Walsh
(928) 754-6247
Don Small
(928) 758-9702
Sgt. at Arms:
Bill Gomez
(928) 763-2125
Legal Officer:
Dan Russell
(928) 202-6079
Chapter Rep:
Pat Moyer
(928) 758-8853
Web Design:
Greg Karski
(928) 754-2995
The Colorado River Chapter of the 1st Marine Division Association meets on the third Thursday of each month at the Shrine Building, 2580 Miracle Mile, in Bullhead City.  Attitude adjustment is at 6 p.m. and dinner is at 6:30.  The cost of dinner is $10.00 per person.  Spouse/significant others are welcome and encouraged to attend. Meeting following dinner.
For more information regarding membership please contact Mike (928) 758-7038 or Casey (928) 542-7800.
A quote from the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos:
"A Marine is a Marine.  There's no such thing as a former Marine.  You're a Marine, just in a different uniform and you're in a different phase of your life.  But you'll always be a Marine because you went to Parris Island, San Diego or the hills of Quantico.  There's no such thing as a former Marine."
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