Fraternal Order of Veterans

Business Address: P.O. Box 30263
Clarksville, TN 37040-6632
Montgomery County

Business Contact: Mrs. Stacy Cook, MHA
Chairman
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Non-Profit Organization | Member since May 21st, 2015

The Fraternal Order of Veterans is a fraternity of honorable service men and women (and spouse) formed by a brotherhood and sisterhood, common goals and aspirations, whom have made a commitment to each other for life. These members have formed an Order to share their loyalty, knowledge, friendship and knowledge.

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