History


The National Pike Chapter was founded in February of 1973 with Mary Lou Clutter Mohr James as Organizing Regent. The name, National Pike Chapter, was chosen in honor of the first highway to be constructed with federal funds.  The National Pike became the basic route of US 40, a major link in the land of the transportation chain.

Officers
 
Regent - Debra Smith Ruffing

Vice-Regent - Carol Ross Crawford

Chaplain - Jean Redd Anthony

Recording  & Corresponding Secretary -
Deborah Davis

Treasurer - Patricia Bader Stavovy

Registrar - Linda Davis Horner

Historian/Librarian - Kelly Seibert Young

 

 
Directors

Ruth Connolly Bernola

Sharon Smith Halpin

Barbara Miller Heastings


 

This Web Page is in honor of all men & women who have patriotically served our country and defended our freedoms. To them and to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice, the National Pike NSDAR thanks you.
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LAST UPDATED ON JULY 27, 2017