The Piedmont Fellow Fund
Help Support the Sons of the American Revolution
The Piedmont Fellow Fund is established for the purpose of funding, supplementing or reimbursing worthy activities, events,
or needs of the chapter that are not included in the annual budget. The Fund is in honor of General Nathanael Greene,
who was instrumental in recapturing the South from the British in the Revolutionary War, and who lived in Georgia
after the war and is buried near Savannah.
Any member of the SAR, friends, relatives, spouses, or other individuals, living or deceased, having an interest in
furthering the goals of the Piedmont Chapter, or that are being recognized or memorialized, may become a member
the Fund with a contribution being made in their name for the required minimum amount. Those who are so named
shall be designated a "Piedmont Fellow" and be awarded the distinctive "Piedmont Fellow Fund" pin which identifies
them as a "Piedmont Fellow."
Wearing of the pin which identifies one as a "Piedmont Fellow" connotes support of the ideals of the Piedmont Chapter
and the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and provides a tangible source of identity and pride to the wearer.
A minimum contribution of $100 is required. Contributions will be acknowledged by a letter from the Chapter President.
A contributor may designate themselves or designate another person a "Piedmont Fellow," but just one pin will be awarded
for each $100 contribution.
The Piedmont Fellows Charter Members 2015 thru 2/20/2016
Rick Reese, Jr.
Rick Reese, III
Von Starkey, Sr.
Von Starkey, Jr.
Piedmont Fellows Members After 2/20/2016