The 37th Division Veterans Association (37th DVA), a non-profit veterans organization, was originally formed on April 13, 1918, by veterans of the 37th Infantry Division who fought in Europe during WWI with the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). It was formed to honor veterans who gave their lives while serving our nation and to help the dependents of these heroic soldiers. In doing so, they preserved and strengthen the fraternal bonds they formed during the war.
The mission of our founders continues with our membership today and is further evidenced by our holding our 100th annual consecutive reunion on August 24-25, 2018, at Camp Perry in Port Clinton, OH. Our 102nd reunion is being held August 28-29, 2020. Registration information will be posted here the summer of 2020.
The 37th ID celebrated their 100th birthday in July 2017. Please visit the 37th ID 100th Birthday tab for coverage of that event.
We provide a place to call and a person to talk to about the items highlighted on our website. Our camaraderie is as strong as our dedication is to the nation. Please join our association and its members in continuing the legacy and heritage of the 37th Infantry Division.
It is with great sadness that we report the passing of COL (Ret) Cy Sedlacko on July 10, 2019. Cy joined the association in 1999 and quickly became a board member. He is a Past National President and served 17 years as the 37th DVA’s first Secretary/Treasurer having resigned only last year at the age of 94. He was vital part of the association reaching its century mark of service to veterans in 2018. A link to his obituary can be found below.
Anyone wanting to make a donation to the association in his memory can send a check made payable to the 37th DVA to
c/o Mandy Oberyszyn
312Ridge Side Dr.
Powel, OH 43065