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Rose is a 50-year PUFL member of Pablo J. Cortez American Legion Auxiliary Unit 26 in Mesa.  Born and raised in Mesa, Rose is eligible through her father Goebel Ficklin, a 22 yr. USAF Retired Master Sgt.  Her parents signed Rose and her sister Mary Ellen up as Junior members in 1974.  Rose has held numerous leadership positions at the Unit, District, and Department levels.  Her two favorite programs are Americanism and Girls State.  Rose has been a school bus driver for Mesa Public Schools for eleven years.  Rose has been married to her wife Renee for 5 years.  Together they enjoy traveling and stopping by American Legion Posts and meeting members of the Legion Family, and seeing old friends.

Rose Ficklin

President 2023-2024

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Stacey has been a member of Irving B. Selmer American Legion Auxiliary Unit 107 since 2009. She is eligible through the service of her grandfather, Dewey E. Pingel, a WWII Army veteran. Her uncle and great grandfather also served in the Army. Stacey’s grampa Dewey was an American Legion member in CA and after church each Sunday would visit his Post and get a new poppy for his lapel. She remembers this as her first exposure to the American Legion. Stacey has held numerous leadership positions at the Unit, District and Department levels. She most enjoys working with fellow Auxiliary members conducting mission training sessions throughout the state. After working in the medical field for 28 years, Stacey changed direction and is now working for Republic Services as a national account payable processor. She and her husband John enjoy spending time with family and traveling whenever possible.


Stacey Mayberry

​Vice President 2023-2024

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Barbara Matteson
Email: secretary1@aladeptaz.org
Phone: (602) 241-1080
Fax: (602) 604-9640

American Legion Auxiliary
Department of Arizona
Attn: Department Secretary
4701 N 19th Ave Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85015


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