VFW Post 9582 was founded in 1974 and named to honor David L. Sabec, a 1964 Vandalia-Butler High School graduate, who joined the Marine Corps in 1965. He completed his boot camp and was assigned to serve his Country by going to Vietnam in 1966. He gave his life serving his country after having been in Vietnam only three weeks.
On March 24, 1974, in the second floor Meeting Hall of Vandalia's Ford Dealership, 'Beau Townsend', VFW Post 9582 was established. The Post's first Commander was Cecil Clark, who is still an active member of the Post. In 1980, ground was broken to build our current home which is located at 4170 Old Springfield Road, here in Vandalia. Our membership has approximately 450 Post members (Veterans), 220 Ladies Auxiliary members, and 115 Men's Auxiliary members. VFW Post 9582 meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:30pm.
Please take a moment to check out VFW news, look at the calendar for events, and browse through our photo albums and our newsletter. Before you leave our website, please be sure to drop in and sign our Guestbook. Your comments are welcome and are for the public to see.
Directions to our Post
VFW Post 9582 is located at 4170 Old Springfield Road, which is on the East side of the Dayton International Airport. Driving North on Rt.25A/Dixie Drive, turn east (right) onto Old Springfield Road and proceed about a half mile to the Post. Look for the VFW sign and the three flag poles in front of our building.
You can click on the link below to see our location on a local map.