Angus Stanfield

New President

Local Legion member raised to position of president of BC/Yukon Command

The 300 Legionnaire delegates at BC/Yukon Command’s 51st Biennial Convention in Whistler voted and by acclamation, Angus Stanfield was elected as Command President. President Stanfield is a member of Sooke Legion Br. 54. Stanfield has served three terms as President of Sooke Legion Br. 54, and in 2004 moved up, serving two terms as Zone Commander. One of Stanfield’s greatest achievements has been as a founding director of Cockrell House, transition housing for homeless Veterans. He was awarded the 2012 Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, and an award as Volunteer of the Year from the community of Sooke. He is the Pipe Major for the Sooke Pipe and Drums and mentors young people in musical development.

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