Honoring Our Patriots

The Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (MSSDAR) proudly recognizes our active duty military service men and women, living American veterans, the National Guard, and the Reserves.

Through the Patriot of the Month program, initiated by Honorary State Regent, Sally Napier Bueno, in 2004. Missouri Daughters may nominate their personal "heroes"--those men and women who have contributed to preserving and protecting the freedom and values of our American way of life.

We continue to receive an overwhelming response to the Patriot of the Month program, and we are excited to recognize our special patriots on this web site.

Patriots honored each month receive a letter and certificate of appreciation from the DAR Service for Veterans state chair and the State Regent.

The Daughters of the American Revolution also honor and support veterans through monetary donations and volunteer service to state veterans homes and VA medical centers, as a well as national programs such as the Wounded Warriors Project and The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration Commemorative Partner Program.


Past Patriots of the Month

Patriots of the Month ~ March 2017


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    Everett Clevenger, Jr.

    Everett "Rusty" L. Clevenger, Jr. enlisted in the United States Air Force at the age of 18 at Lackland Air Force
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    Harriett Daniel

    Harriett Daniel was born in Kansas and raised in northern Oklahoma. At the age of 21, she entered the Women's
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    Rex Dunwoody

    Rex graduated in 1945 from high school. He enlisted in the United States Navy in January 1946, and went
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    Patrick McFarland

    Patrick McFarland is an amazing person. Although he is almost 94 years old, he still loves to travel, and in
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    Roscoe Robinson

    Roscoe graduated from high school in 1953. He enlisted in the United States Army in March 1956 and went to basic
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    Freddie S. Thompkins, Jr.

    Freddie S. Thompkins, Jr. was born into a military family at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He enlisted in



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