Welcome to American Legion Post 312's Web Site. Our Post has been in continuous existence since August, of 1919, although the charter was not signed until April 21, 1921. In the near future, a more detailed history of our Post will appear in the History Link. Our current Post is located in the heart of beautiful St. Charles, Missouri, (pop. 60,321), on Raymond Dr., (between Droste Rd. and Duchesne Dr.), about 2 miles from the Zumbehl Rd. Exit off of I-70.
Saint Charles is located just west of St. Louis, County, across the Missouri River, and serves as the county seat of Saint Charles County. From 1821 to 1826, St. Charles was Missouri's First State Capitol. It is the oldest city on the Missouri River.
Post 312 is in the Ninth District of the Department of Missouri.
Post 312 is very proud of the fact that we are the largest Post in the 9th District, and the 4th largest Legion Post in the state of Missouri, and that we have over 900 Legionnaire's, 300 Ladies Auxiliary members, and 108 S.A.L. members.
To rent, or to inquuire about availability, of one of our beautiful banquet halls, call
Chris or Bob at (636) 634-0403, or go to
St. Charles Hall Rentals
1st Vice Commander - Don Lauer
2nd Vice-Commander - Tom Goodnick
Adjutant - Al Schultz
Finance Officer - Larry Reighard
Judge Advocate - O-P-E-N
Sergeant-At-Arms - Bob Strahm
Sergeant-At-Arms - Dean Irwin
Trustee - "Junior" Phillips
Trustee - Cindy Escobar
Trustee - John Phillips
Trustee - Jim Scanlon
Trustee - Rich Scoville
Trustee - Bill Webb
Service Officer - Don Lauer
Chaplain - Rich Middendorf
Americanism/Youth Chairman - Larry DuFour
Historian - Larry Reighard
Captain John Wayne Seuell, United States Air Force, flying out of Udorn Airfield, Thailand, was reported Missing In Action over North Vietnam on June 6, 1972.
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