National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, NSDAR
Commodore John Barry Chapter
Memorial Day Flags Placed at Shady Oaks
Thank You Commodore John Barry Daughters
John S. Stone, one of the first black pioneers of Melbourne, founded the present day J.S. Stone Memorial Cemetery in 1921. This is a privately owned cemetery and is the final resting place of many of the area’s pioneers and founders; many of them former slaves, or descendants of slaves, who settled here after the Civil War.
Left to right: Beatrice Showman, Dayle Hinman Farrell, Gail Anderson, Deanie Horne,
Regent Tammy Sandberg, Jessica Ormsby, Deb Plaag and Sue Van Vonno.
May 2021 CJB Meeting with Memorial Service and Presentation of 2021-2023 CJB Incoming Board.
CJB 2021-2023 Board
Regent – Tammy Sandberg
1st Vice Regent – Stephany Eley
2nd Vice Regent – Kelley Hunt
Chaplain – Diane Buchanan
Recording Secretary – Jan Brownlee
Corresponding Secretary – Beatrice Showman
Treasurer – Michelle Herbeck
Assistant Treasurer – Sandy Gunthorpe
Registrar – Bonnie Zimmer
Assistant Registrar – Sherry Yates
Historian – Sande Layton
Librarian – Deanie Horne
New member Cathy Helsey is sworn in by Registrar Bonnie Zimmer and Chaplain Diane Buchanan.
Regent Tammy Sandberg and FSSDAR Corresponding Secretary Kim Zenan presented Education Chairman, Joan MacDonald, with a Certificate of Appreciation for her years of work with local schools.
Outgoing Chaplain, Stephany Eley, and Incoming Chaplain, Diane Buchanan,
ring the bell of remembrance for each dearly departed member of CJB.
Regent Tammy Sandberg introduces FSSDAR Corresponding Secretary Kim Zenan
who will present her program Lighthouses in America.