Muster Roll

Muster For The Old Soldiers Home

The official function of muster rolls was that of enumeration of a particular military unit or a crew of a ship, recorded by officers for administrative purposes to distribute pay. Today The Old Soldiers Home Foundation has adopted the Muster Roll to reflect the rich history the Muster Roll in the founding of America.

You can have your name added to the Muster Roll by making a donation to The Old Soldiers Home Foundation. Our residents and the Foundation thank the following individuals and corporations who mustered in support of the veteran residents.


Safeway Foundation
Recorded Future
Association of the United States Army


On October 10, 2019, TOSHF held its first annual Call to Muster at the Soldiers' Home, welcoming over 40 guests to the Governor's Mansion at the Armed Forces Retirement Home campus in Washington, D.C. to learn more about the Foundation and the Home's mission to support retired enlisted veterans. Thank you to everyone who attended!






Muster Roll

  • Favor TechConsulting, LLC
  • Safeway Foundation
  • Association of the United States Army
  • Recorded Future
  • Eric Spiegel
  • Pat MacArevey
  • Walmart Stores
  • Clarence Vold
  • Fort Myer Thrift Shop
  • Bill Troy
  • David Pauling
  • Chip Bechtel
  • Nancy Crisman
  • Norma Rambow
  • Joseph Zacharzuk, Jr.
  • Stephen Preston
  • John D'Agostino
  • Willie D. Walton
  • Jean Baderschneider
  • Paul Armbruster
  • Philip Ford
  • Steve Rippe
  • David Poehlein
  • Bob Curran
  • Doyle Weishar, Jr.
  • Mike Nelson
  • Scott Shickler
  • Stephen Hacker
  • Dan Ellis
  • David Melcher
  • Kimberly Robinson
  • Timothy Rumfeldt
  • Jeremy Whitlor
  • Tom Talbot
  • University Park Church of Christ
  • Erin Carlson Mast
  • Leslie K. Wilson
  • Urban Atlantic
  • Anne Donohue
  • Jason Hobbie
  • Joseph Roberts
  • Walter Liang
  • Etheldreda Collins Bakcer
  • Jeremy Tilley
  • Travis Smith
  • Denise Duncan
  • Richard Moreno
  • Reynold Hoover
  • Philip Potts
  • Paul Varga
  • Michael Regan
  • John Dreswick
  • Chad Johnson

“If there is anyone who deserves to have his pathway made smooth and pleasant, it is the old soldier who was ever ready to sacrifice his life in defense of his country.”

General Winfield Scott at the Founding of the Armed Forces Retirement Home in 1851

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