VFW Post 3420 and auxiliary members faithfully serve both active duty and retired American military veterans and community service programs. From local grassroots ideas to national influence, we work everyday to make a difference.
The purpose of this site is to provide service and support to veterans, their families and communities. We participate in many different community service organizations and share with other VFW Posts our pride in being patriotic Americans thanks to the veterans past present and future.
William Wallace Atterbury (January 31, 1866 – September 20, 1935) was an American Brigadier General during World War I. He was instrumental in reorganizing railroad traffic during the war for more efficient transportation of troops and supplies for the American Expeditionary Forces. After the war, he became the tenth president of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) (1925–1935). He was a leader in pushing to electrify portions of the Pennsylvania Railroad.