Col. Edward D. Baker Camp No. 6

Col. Edward D. Baker Camp No. 6

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In Memoriam: Brother Charles (Doug) Kroll, 1949-2021

Col. Edward D. Baker Camp No. 6 serves the state of Oregon, with a date of rank of November 20, 2004 and is one of the founding camps of the Department of the Columbia (formed in 2015). Our camp is named in honor of Edward Dickinson Baker, a Senator from the State of Oregon and the first colonel of the Seventy-first Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, who died leading that regiment at the Battle of Ball's Bluff, Virginia, October 21, 1861.  The Col. Edward D. Baker Camp is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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For membership inquiries or questions about Col. Edward D. Baker Camp No. 6, please contact the Secretary-Treasurer. Brother O'Neal may be reached via e-mail at or by phone at (503) 989-1584 between the hours of 10:00am and 9:00pm PST. Written correspondence (and all Form 3 Membership Applications from new members) should be sent to the following address:

Timothy O'Neal, Secretary-Treasurer
1940 SE Godsey Road
Dallas, OR 97338-2737

To contact one of the other Camp Officers, please use the email addresses listed below: 

CommanderMark Stevens, PDCDallas,
Senior Vice CommanderRandy Fletcher, PCCJunction City,
Junior Vice CommanderSean JohnsonAstoria,
Council Member 1D.H. Shearer, PCCTurner,
Council Member 2Tony Pasillas, PCCWilsonville,
Council Member 3Don Benson, PCCSheridan, OR
Secretary-TreasurerTim O'Neal, PCCDallas,
Patriotic InstructorMark Stevens, PDCDallas, OR
ChaplainTony Pasillas, PCCWilsonville,
Graves Registration OfficerDon Benson, PCCSheridan,
HistorianRandy Fletcher, PCCJunction City,
Civil War Memorials OfficerRandy Fletcher, PCCJunction City,
Eagle Scout Certificate CoordinatorJames AnelloSalem,
Color BearerMark HagedornOakville, WA
Signals OfficerRandy Fletcher, PCCJunction City,

Recipient of the 

Abraham Lincoln Commander-in-Chief’s Award for

Most Outstanding Camp in the Nation 2008-2009