Department of Maine Marine Corps League

Department of Maine was Chartered 9 April 1981

The Department meets four times a year at one of the eight Detachments

Commandant:  Ed Lake (207) 532-4414 -  (207) 227-8704 - 

SR Vice Commandant:  Charles Paul (207) 393-7667

JR Vice Commandant:  Gary Bies (207) 631-2037 - (704) 241-2995

Judge Advocate:  Donald Kozerow (207) 296- 2539 - 944-4892 -

Adj/Paymaster:  Wayne Caron (207) 834-2419 - (207) 231-4341 -

Sgt-at-Arms:  Richard Petersen (207) 717-0758

Chaplain:  Evin Dumond

Jr Past Commandant:  Hyland Barrows (207 716-1330 -  (207) 314-032

Web Sgt:  Robert Clark (207) 390 - 1480 -

Department of Maine mailing address is 1334 St John Rd St John PLT, ME 04743

New England Divusion Natonal Vice Commandant: David Porter Jr (617)  851-1279

Veterans Crisis Hotline:  988  Press 1

or Text 838255

1-800-273-8255  Press 1 

Welcome Marines,Associates,Friends and Family to the Department of Maine web site. Maine covers 33,215 Sq miles of beautiful Rockbound Coast and Forest. Maine has 16 Counties. The Coastline is 3,500 miles, the Forest 17 million acres, 6000 Lakes and ponds,5,100 Rivers and Streams.The largest city is Portland and the State capital is Augusta. Maine has a population of 1,328,361. Nickname: Pine Tree State Vacationland. Motto: Dirigo (I lead). Bird: Chickadee. Flower: White Pine Cone. Tree: White Pine. Gemstone: Tourmaline. Animal: Moose. Fish: Landlocked Salmon. Fruit: Wild Blueberry.

The Purposes of the Marine Corps League

Members of the Marine Corps League join togeather in comaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditins and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps. The Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirt of all Marines and Navy FMF Corpsmen and FMF Navy Chaplains, who proudly wear or have worn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor of the Corps. It takes great pride in crediting its founder in 1923 to Major General Commandant John A Lejeune. It takes equal pride in its Federal Charter, approved by an act of the Seventy-Fifth Congress of the United States of America and signed and approved by President Franklin D Roosevelt on August 4, 1937.

Corpsman Memorial at Lejeune Memorial Garden's

Programs of the Marine Corps League

Marines helping Marines

Young Marines of the Marine Corps League

Boy Scouts of America

Legislative Program

Veterans affairs Voluntary Sevrvice

Toys For Tots

Military Order of Devil Dogs

Annual Convention's

Local Community Activities

Department Liaison Officers

Legislative officer - open

Northern Maine Coordinator - Edward Lake - (207) 532-4414

Western Maine Coordinator - Larry Chretien - (207) 894-8906

Boy Scout/Eagle Scout Coordinator - Larry Chretien - (207) 894-8906


In Remembrance of our Departed Marines


America Remains The Home of The Free Only as Long as it is the Home of the Brave.

All gave some, some gave All