Irondequoit American Legion Post  #134

Heroes preserving our way of life


The American Legion Boy's State Program 2019

The American Legion Boys’State Program is scheduled from June 27 through July 2, 2019 - Young man Jack Lockemeyer (Center) was selected to represent his school, County and the American Legion Post 134.

Delegate Jack Lockemeyer with his parents and some Post 134 Members: Commander Elmer Brown, Program Committee Tom McGrain, Finance Officer Angelo Laloggia.

Post 134 member Don Matina was presented with the legion of Honour by Pascal Soares from the Honorary French Consul on August 11th 2017

The legion of Honour is the highest French order of merit for military and civil merits.

It was established in 1802 by Napoleon Bonaparte.

The Annual Holiday Party at the Canandaigua Veterans Hospital

Post 134 had a nice group participating in the serving of goodies and the distribution of gifts.

On that day we presented a monetary donation of $1500 "Earmarked Christmas Purchasing Fund"



Post 134 preparing the Irondequoit Cemetery for Memorial Day

Several Post Members with the help of Boy/Girl Scouts place Grave Marker Flags on the Veterans Graves.

Commander Elmer Brown and his Daughter Nicole.

Angelo and Josie Laloggia.

2017 Memorial Day Parade

Post 134 Parade Chairman Angelo Laloggia and Gerry Deutsch.

 Post 134 Color Guard

Left to right: Guard Sergeant Louis Messenger, Dick Butler, Chuck Foster and Ed Bardell.

Honor Flight Group

Honor Flight Veterans

Standing are Honor Flight Veterans Jack Foy and George Haines.

Sitting is Honor Flight Volunteer and Post 134 Member Charles P. Maloney.

WWII Jeep Driven by Roy Navis.

Our WWII Veteran Don Matina

Don can still wear his original uniform !
The Irondequoit Lancer Marching Band

They have been marching with the Post 134 Parade for the 90th time.

The Towpath Volunteers Fife and Drum Corp

Angelo and Josiane (Josie) Laloggia at the reviewing stand

These two have been making it all happen for years !

The American legion Certificate of Distinguished Service Award


The National Americanism Commission presented the Irondequoit Post 134 this distinguished award for year after year of it's members always performing to their limits and accomplishing as much as they can for their community and the Veterans in need.







Flag Day 2019

Town Supervisor David Seeley with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Flag Day 2019
Flag Day 2019

The Velvet Blue sung the National Anthem and God Bless America.

Flag Day 2019

Flag Day 2019

Flag preparation for Burning

Flag Day 2019

Boy Scouts preparing the Flag for proper disposal by burning.
Flag Day 2019

The Burning of the Flag.

Flag Day 2019

David Seeley and 134 Member Don Matina

Flag Day 2019

Boy Scout Joe Ahlquist as part of his Eagle Scout project, arranged for the purchase and placement of an American Flag retirement Bin (mail box- sized bin). Members of Post 134 wholeheartedly embraced the project and donated the entire purchase cost of the bin. The bin was installed near the rear entrance of the Irondequoit Town Hall.

Flag Day 2019

Members of Post 134

Flag Day 2019

The Retirement Box plaque Honoring all Veterans