Albert St. Clair, Sr. is a Combat Engineer Army Veteran who Honorably served in the Honduras Central American jungles during the Iran Contra affair conflict. Although he has long since left the military and now resides in O’Fallon, Mo., he has never stopped serving his fellow Veterans. He is a member of the American Legion Post 313, American Legion Riders Post 313, the Patriot Guard Riders, and Amvets Post 1 Mo.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Mo., Mr. St. Clair continues to search for homeless Veterans in need throughout some of the most poverty-stricken regions and tent camps in the counties of St. Charles, St. Louis and Southern Illinois. With honor, respect, and dignity he assists in the never-ending battle of red tape that stifles so many groups in getting those that want help off of the streets into an apartment of their own.
Among many other awards, Mr. St. Clair was awarded a proclamation by the Mayor and city of O’Fallon, Mo, on May 14th, 2015, for his work as a Veteran assisting our homeless population. Less than two weeks later, on May 25th, the city of St. Peter’s, Mo, awarded Mr. St. Clair its own proclamation for his continued work with the Veterans. He was chosen as the American Legion Rider of the Year for chapter 313 in Old St. Peter’s, and runner-up for the state of Missouri Rider of the Year by the American Legion Riders in 2011. In addition, Mr. St. Clair has been featured on numerous television and radio shows, including two recent showcases on KMOV’s “Harris’s Heroes” and a feature on Fox 2 News during the 2015 Memorial Day dedication of the Veterans’ Memorial in St. Peter’s.
Board of Directors
Buddy McEachern – Board Chairman
Rod Lincoln – Board Member
Sharon Boyet – Board Member
Mike Prost – Board Member
Phil Christofanelli – Board Member
President – Albert St. Clair Sr.
Secretary – Jee Pezold
Treasure – Cathy McNary
Elizabeth Crane, Ranking Edge
See Albert’s features on KMOV’s “Harris’s Heroes” below!