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National Facilities Department of Veterans Affairs Continued

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RHODE ISLAND:
Providence, 02903 (380 Westminster Mall)

Regional Office

Peter Wells
Providence, 02908 (Davis Park)

Medical Center

Edward H. Seiler
SOUTH CAROLINA:
Beautort, 29902 (1601 Boundary St.)

National Cemetery

Walter A. Gray Charleston, 29401-5799 (109 Bee St.)

Medical Center

Dean Billik
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Robert M. Athey
Veterans Hospital).
Columbia, 29201 (1801 Assembly St.)

Regional Office

R. Stedman Sloan, Jr.
Florence, 29501 (803 E. National Cemetery Rd.) National Cemetery

Kenneth LaFevor
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Fort Meade, 57741

Medical Center

Peter Henry
Fort Meade, 57785 (P.O. Box 640, Sturgis) (Mail: National Cemetery

Douglas D. Miner
Black Hills National Cemetery).
Hot Springs, 57747

Medical Center (medical and domi- Daniel Marsh

ciliary).
Hot Springs, 57747 (VA Medical Center) (Mail: National Cemetery

Douglas D. Miner
Black Hills National Cemetery, SD).
Sioux Falls, 57117 (Royal C. Johnson Veterans Medical Center and Regional Office R. Vincent Crawford

Memorial Hospital) (Mail: P.O. Box 5046, 25051

W. 22d St.).
Sturgis, 57785 (P.O. Box 640) (Black Hills National National Cemetery

Douglas D. Miner
Cemetery).
TENNESSEE:
Chattanooga, 37404 (1200 Bailey Ave.)

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James Wallace
Knoxville, 37917 (939 Tyson St. NW.) (Mail: Moun- .do

Rodney Dunn
tain Home).
Madison, 37115_4619 (1420 Gallatin Rd. S.)

Joe Nunnally
(Nashville National Cemetery).
Memphis, 38104 (1030 Jetterson Ave.)

Medical Center

Kenneth L. Mulholland Memphis, 38122 (3568 Townes Ave.)

National Cemetery

Mark E. Maynard Mountain Home, 37684 (Johnson City)

Medical Center (medical and domi- Carl Gerber, M.D.

ciliary). Mountain Home, 37684 (P.O. Box 8)

National Cemetery

Rodney Dunn
Murfreesboro, 37129–1236

Medical Center

Brian Heckert
Nashville, 37212-2637 (1310 24th Ave. S.)

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Larry E. Deters Nashville, 37203 (110 9th Ave. S.)

Regional Office

Thomas Jensen TEXAS: Amarillo, 79106 (6010 Amarillo Blvd. W.)

Medical Center

Y.C. Parris Austin, 78772 (1615 E. Woodward St.)

Automation Center

Robert Evans Austin, 787149575 (P.O. Box 149975)

Finance Center

Harian R. Hively Big Spring, 79720

Medical Center

Gary Brown Bonham. 75418 (Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Medical Center (medical and domi- Charles Freeman Center).

ciliary). Dallas, 75216 (4500 S. Lancaster Rd.)

Medical Center

Alan Harper El Paso, 79925 (5919 Brook Hollow Dr.)

Outpatient Clinic

Frank Caldwell Fort Bliss, 79906 (5200 Fred Wilson Rd., P.O. Box National Cemetery

Eileen Harrison 6342). Houston. 77030 (2002 Holcombe Blvd.)

Medical Center

Robert Stott Houston, 77054 (6900 Alameda Rd.)

Regional Office

Thomas R. Wagner Houston, 77038 (10410 Veterans Memorial Dr.) National Cemetery

Clyde Rowney Kerrville, 78028

Medical Center

Arnold E. Mouish Kerrville, 78028 (VA Medical Center, 3600 Memo National Cemetery

Joe A. Ramos nial Blvd.) (Mail: Fort Sam Houston, TX). Martin, 76661

Medical Center

Melvin Baker San Antonio, 78285 (7400 Merton Minter Blvd.)

Jose R. Coronado (Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital). San Antonio, 78202 (517 Paso Hondo St.) (Mail: National Cemetery

Joe A. Ramos
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. TX).
San Antonio, 78209 (1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.) National Cemetery

Joe A. Ramos (Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery). Temple, 76504 (Olin E. Teague Veterans Center) Medical Center (medical and domi- Michael R. Harwell

ciliary). Waco, 76711 (4800 Memorial Dr.)

Medical Center

Wallace M. Hopkins Waco, 76799 (1400 N. Valley Mills Dr.)

Regional Office

Lois High
UTAH:
Salt Lake City, 84147 (125 S. State St.)

Regional Office

Douglas B. Wadsworth Salt Lake City, 84148 (500 Foothill Blvd.)

Medical Center

William L. Hodson, Jr.
VERMONT
White River Junction, 05009

Medical and Regional Office Center Gary DeGasta
VIRGINIA:
Alexandria. 22314 (1450 Wilkes St.) (Mail: National Cemetery

Larry Williams
Culpeper National Cemetery, VA).
Culpeper, 22701 (305 U.S. Ave.)

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Larry Williams Danville, 24541 (721 Lee St.) (Mail: Salisbury Na

Abe C. Stice tional Cemetery, NC).

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Address

Type of facility

Director Hampton, 23667

Medical Center (medical and dom William G. Wright

ciliary). Hampton, 23669 (Cemetery Rd. at Marshall Ave., National Cemetery

Homer D. Hardamon VA). Hampton, 23669 (VA Medical Center) (Mail: Ceme do

Homer D. Hardamon tery Rd. at Marshall Ave., VA). Hopewell, 23860 (10th Ave. and Davis St.) (City .do

Homer D. Hardamon Point National Cemetery) (Mail: Richmond Na

tional Cemetery, VA). Leesburg. 22075 (Balls Bluff National Cemetery) .do

Larry Williams (Mail: Culpeper National Cemetery. VA). Mechanicsville, 23111 (Route 156 N.) (Cold Harbor

Homer D. Hardamon National Cemetery) (Mait: Richmond National

Cemetery, VA).
Richmond, 23249 (1201 Broad Rock Rd.)

Medical Center

James Dudley Richmond, 23231 (1701 Williamsburg Rd.)

National Cemetery

Homer D. Hardamon Richmond, 23231 (8620 Varina Rd.) (Fort Harrison

Homer D. Hardamon
National Cemetery) (Mait: Richmond National

Cemetery, VA).
Richmond, 23231 (8301 Willis Church Rd.) (Glen- ......do

Homer D. Hardamon dale National Cemetery) (Mail: Richmond Na

tional Cemetery, VA). Roanoke, 24011 (210 Franklin Rd. SW.)

Regional Office

James Maye Salem, 24153

Medical Center

John Presley Sandston, 23150 (400 E. Williamsburg Ad.) (Seven National Cemetery

Homer D. Hardamon Pines National Cemetery) (Mail: Richmond Na

tional Cemetery, VA).
Staunton, 24401 (901 Richmond Ave.) (Mail: do

Larry Williams
Culpeper National Cemetery, VA).
Triangie. 22172 (R 619. 18424 Joplin Rd.) .do

Patricia K. Novak
(Quantico National Cemetery).
Winchester, 22601 (401 National Ave.) (Mail: .do

Larry Williams
Culpeper National Cemetery, VA).
WASHINGTON:
American Lake, Tacoma, 98493

Medical Center

Frank Taylor Seatte, 98174 (915 20 Ave.)

Regional Office

Richard F. Murphy Seattie, 98108 (4435 Beacon Ave. S.)

Medical Center

Timothy Williams Spokane, 99205 (N. 4815 Assembly Sl)

Joseph M. Manley Walla Walla, 99362 (77 Wainwnght Dr.)

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George Mamelli
WEST VIRGINIA:
Beckley, 25801 (200 Veterans Ave.)

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Gerald Husson Clansourg. 26301

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Michael Newch Grafton, 26354 (R 12, Box 127) (West Virginia Na National Cemetery

Nacancy) tonai Cemetery) Grafon, 26354 (431 Walnut St.) (Mail: West Vir.

Nacancy) ginia National Cemetery, WV) (Mast: Grafton Na

tional Cemetery, WV). Huntington, 25701 (1540 Sonng Valley Dr.)

Medical Center

Phillip S. Elkins Huntington. 25701 (640 4th Ave.)

Regional Office

Michael Walcott Martinsburg, 25401

Medical Center medical and dome Richard Dell

cillary)
WISCONSIN
Madison, 53705 (2500 Overlook Ter.) (William S. Medical Center

Nathan L. Geraths
Modleton Memorial Veterans Hospital).
Milwaukee, 53296-4000 5000 W. Natonal Ave.) - Medical Center (medical and dont Russell E. Struble

culiary) Milwaukee, 53295–4000 (5000 W. Natonal Ave., Regional Office

Jon A. Baker
Biog 6).
Milwaukee, 53296_4000 (5000 W. Natonai Ave.) National Cemetery

Richard A. Anderson (Wood Narona Cemetery). Tomah, 54660

Medical Center

Stanley Q. Johnson WYOMING

Cheyenne, 82001 (2360 E. Pershing Blvd.) Needical and Regional Office Center Frank Drake
Shendan, 82801

Medical Center

John Brinkers

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AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
1400 Eye Street NW., Washington, DC 20005
Phone, 202-673-3916

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Board of Directors:
Chairman
Vice Chair
Members of the Board

ERNEST G. GREEN
WILLIE GRACE CAMPBELL
CECIL BANKS, MARION DAWSON,

JOHN HICKS, HENRY MCKOY,
GEORGE MOOSE

Staff:
President
Vice President

WILLIAM R. FORD NATE FIELDS

(For the African Development Foundation statement of organization, see the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 22, Part 1501)

The African Development Foundation assists and supports indigenous, communitybased self-help organizations in their efforts to solve their own development problems.

The African Development Foundation was established by the African Development Foundation Act (22 U.S.C. 290h), as a nonprofit Government corporation to support the self-help efforts of poor people in African countries. The Foundation became operational in 1984 and is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors, appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate. By law, five Board members are from the private sector and two are from the Government.

The purposes of the Foundation are to:

--strengthen the bonds of friendship and understanding between the people of Africa and the United States;

-support self-help development activities at the local level designed to

promote opportunities for community development;

-stimulate and promote effective and expanding participation of Africans in their development process; and

-encourage the establishment and growth of development institutions that are indigenous to particular countries in Africa and that can respond to the requirements of the poor in those countries.

To carry out its purposes, the Foundation makes grants, loans, and loan guarantees to African private groups, associations, or other entities engaged in peaceful activities that enable the people of Africa to develop more fully.

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