The present Board of Directors that governs
Museum of Military Memorabilia, Inc.501 (C)(3) Status is:
Robert D. McDonald, of Punta Gorda,Florida. President of of the Museum of Military Memorabilia from 2008 to present. Director from Dec.2006 to Feb.2008. Past curator of the Military Heritage Museum in Punta Gorda,Fl. Jan. 2002 to Dec. 2002 and Nov. 2004 to Dec. 2005. Military Collector for 50 years. Well known in Charlotte County FL. for Military presentations, displays for special events and parades, the last 13 years. Also Military presentations, displays for special events and parades, Lee and Collier Counties, FL. Active member in the Military Vehicle Preservation Association (M.V.P.A.) Veteran U.S. Army, Paratrooper, 101st Airborne Division active July 1959- July 1962. Thirty Three year life member of the 101st Airborne Division Association, national and Illinois chapters. Thirty year member of the American Legion.
Gregory D. Garcia,Vice President, U.S. Air Force Security Police, of Naples, Florida, active member Military Vehicles Preservation Association, participation Old Florida Festival and of many other Veterans events for education and preservation of military history.
Helen McDonald,Treasurer, of Punta Gorda, FL. who provides many support skills for the museum.
Marisa Garcia, secretary, of Naples, FL: active member of the M.V.P.A., as well as a participant in many Veterans events and mobile displays. Graduate of Florida Atlantics University’s Master of Taxation program.
David H. Collins of Naples Fl. Newsletter & Website Editor/ experienced in vehicle restoration
Joel Banow is a retired television producer and director with fifty years of award-winning experience. This includes producing arts and cultural programming. for WGCU Public Media, the PBS station for SW Florida. Currently he is on the Advisory Board of The Holocaust Museum and Education Center of SW Florida, the Leadership Council of Bayshore Cultural and Performing Arts Center, and the Board of The Naples Players. He is a founding member of the Naples Press Club. In 2007 he was honored by both Collier County and Lee County as a Star of the Arts and Angel of the Arts for his involvement in and support of the Arts.
Jim Elson Veterans Council