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Col. Otis B. Duncan

370th Infantry Regiment
and the
Illinois National Guard - 8th Illinois Infantry.

Col. Duncan retired from the state education bureau in 1929 and died on May 17, 1937. He is buried in Camp Butler National Cemetery near Riverton, Illinois in section 3, grave #835.

Welcome To Post #809

1800 Capitol Ave and Martin Luther King Dr.

Post #809
Otis B. Duncan, Post #809

American Legion, Colonel Otis B. Duncan Post 809
, is proud to welcome you! On behalf of our name-sake, Colonel Otis B. Duncan, our Commander, Randolph A. Boschulte, the Officers, the Staff, and the Membership. We extend to you and your families a cordial invitation to visit our post.

At post 809 we strive to faithfully service our veterans, their families, and our community in general. With an eye on growth, we involve our membership and utilize their talents in the service of all.

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