Collier County Veterans Council "Honoring All Who Served"
Collier County Veterans Council"Honoring All Who Served"

America's Wars

From the first battle at Concord Massachusetts, 230 years ago to the war in Iraq, America’s Military has served when called.


 War for Independence of
 these United States

1775 -1783

 War of 1812

1812 -1815

 Indian Wars

1817 -1898

 Mexican War

1846 -1865

 Civil War

1861 -1865
140,414 - Union
74,524 - Confederate

 Spanish American War

1898 -1902

 World War I

1917 -1918

 World War II

1941 -1945

 Korean War

1950 -1953

 Vietnam War

1964 -1975

 Desert Shield/Desert Storm
 Gulf War I

1990 -1992

 War on Terrorism

2001 - present

 *As of June 13, 2015

Military Conflict News

VietNam Memorial Wall can be seen through your computer

Apr 11, 2017
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Where to Find Us:

The Veterans Council of Collier County is the umbrella organization of the 20 veterans groups that exist in Collier County, Florida.

The Veterans Council is comprised of representatives from each group and meets the 3rd Thursday of each month.


We bring all groups together for networking and fellowship in an otherwise fragmented community.  We each have our allegiances, but are fighting the same battle.  United we stand.

Meetings are open to all veterans.


CCVC Board of Directors


Chief William Carl, USCG




Alexander Leoni, USMC

(Vice President)


Chief Darnell Johnson



Stanley Bunner,USN

(Safety Officer)


Larry Lathrop, USMC



Frank Kerr, USA

 (Sergeant at Arms)


Jason Lindsey, USMC

(Operations Officer)


Vidal Sanchez, USMC

(Operations Assistant)


Stormie Pruskauer


Joan Mary Madonna

(Assisstant Secretary)





The Veterans Council enjoys the generous financial support of its contributors.  If your organization would like support the Veterans Council and its four public patriotic ceremonies, please mail your annual $50 donation to: 

Collier County Veterans Council

527 107th Ave N

Naples, FL 34108



 If you would like to publicly introduce yourself to the Board of Directors and their gallery of patriots, please contact us to have your name placed on the upcoming meeting agenda.  



Veteran Suicide Prevention

If you, or a veteran you know, may be thinking of contemplating suicide please call The Veterans Crisis Hotline at:

1-800-273-8255 and Press 1

or go to their website at:


Helpful Suicide education is also provided here.


"In all you do, do with all your might. Things done by half measures are never done right."


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