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Donna Nunan
Barbara Blanton
Larry Carpenter
Norman Hill
Andrew Pouncey
Esther Lee
LTC J. Bruce Bolton  USAR (ret)
Robert Daniel
Phillip Lee
Ted Wylie
David Hoagey

Major General John K. Singlaub
Honorary boardchairman
Dr. David M. McCoy
For information, e-mail any of us.
Born in Clarksville, TN. Graduate of Austin Peay State University with a BS in Accounting. Married to Mike Nunan: have two children. Worked in the Banking industry for 23 years; currently Managing Member of Nunan & Associates, LLC.
Born and raised in Louisiana. Retired from AT&T. Volunteer: Veterans History Project. Co-author "Reindeer in Dixie"
 Husband: Phillip,  One daughter

Born and raised in Mississippi
President: Diamond L Equipment
Videos interviews of military veterans
for the Veterans History Project.
Co-author "Reindeer in Dixie"
Web designer
Wife: Esther,  One daughter
Family physician currently working with the VA Post Deployment (Iraq/Afghanistan veterans) Clinic, Nashville. Grew up in Oak Ridge, TN. Attended UV earning a degree in Chemical Engineering and completed medical school at Vanderbilt. While in the Army, completed his internship and residency at Ft. Belvoir and served on staff at USMA/West Point for three years. Joined the VA in 2010 after 23 years in private practice in Nashville. He lives in Brentwood, TN, with his wife Julie and son, who is on his way to UT Chattanooga. His daughter works in Arlington, VA, as an accountant.
Born: Philadelphia, PA   Son of career Marine.
Grew up various Marine bases, VA  HI & CA.
Education: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ. GSAMM
Military: Drafted U.S. Army 1965, Engineer OCS 1967,
Flight School 1968, two tours Viet Nam, left active duty 1972. National Guard 1973-1988. Full-time Guard 1983-1988, Full-time Reserve 1988-1995. Retired 1995
Taught Aviation Maintenance for ERAU and CA Community College Sys. full-time Museum Technician Ft. Monroe, Casemate Museum as conservationist, Consultant to State of TN for Civil War Ordnance.
Currently resides in Wilson County, TN, with wife Susan.
Two sons, one daughter, three grandsons and one granddaughter at MTSU.
Currently working full-time with the FAA in Nashville as an Aviation Safety Inspector.
Donnie L. Shearer
GYSGT. U.S. Marine Corps, Retired
Combat Photographer, Vietnam
Mary Calia
Mary Calia is a 25 year international relations and strategic communications consultant. She is an innovator, branding expert, published author, and co-founder of one of the award winning international investor relations firms, serving more that 300 public and private companies world-wide. Mary is currently the partner of CaliaWebb/NYC-PR and Mary and her associate, Fran Shine, launched a veterans non-profit organization in NYC, which serves warriors and their families suffering with combat stress. Her firm is located in Nashville and in New York City.
Aubrey Williams
​Army brat and graduate of the United States Military Academy (Class of 2007) and two-time Iraq War veteran with five years military service as an Army officer, serving in both personnel and public affairs roles. Following active duty service relocated to Franklin, TN to begin work as a marketing professional. Member of John E. Stephens American Legion Post 22 and Sarah Polk Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution. Blogger at

Andrew has worked for the City of Germantown, TN for 23 years, and is currently the Director of Economic & Community Development Services. He has a passion for World War 1 that has taken him to France on several occasions, culminating in his award-winning website, Andrew tells the stories of those members of the armed services who served their country during the First World War (1914-1919). This web site is designed to share the individuals’ experiences through their own memorabilia, letters, images from the past, and present day images taken on walks on the Western Front. Andrew sponsored MOTAME’s exhibit, “In The Footsteps of Sgt. York” at the Pink Palace Museum (Memphis - Summer of 2013) which had 35,451 visitors in just 90 days.