Freedom ~ Las Vegas Tea Party

This page is always under construction...if you would like to add your hero to our wall, please email with a pic, it will be added promptly. A short bio is optional. 



 Thelbert W. Steelmon, Sr. (Bud)
April 24, 1938 to May 20, 2011

Volunteered for military service with the United States Air Force on June 10, 1957 and was Honorably Released From Active Duty as Airman First Class Steelmon on June 9, 1961

He was many things, but to me, he is my Dad.

I miss you, Dad.

Willard Bryan Steelmon 

December 1946


Served in the United States Navy from January 1964 to September 1977

Aboard Swift Boats PCF 59 & 67
ASR 9 & 21
USS Bonhomme Richard
USS Racine
USS Pigeon

Viet Nam Service Medal
Republic of Viet Nam Service Medal
7 Campaign Stars
Shore Duty


Medical Discharge

Glenn W. Steelmon


Served with the US Coats Guard, 4 years

(more info coming)

Corporal Steve Sanson


 Steve Sanson’s strong commitment to his country and his community has been demonstrated through his leadership and service in the United States Marine Corps in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm, which earned him the distinguishing Certificate of Commendation from the United States Marine Corps.  Sanson served in the Marine Corps from 1985 to 1991 and the United States Army from 1992 to 1998 and is a Combat Veteran. 

Sanson is the President for Veterans In Politics International a non-partisan group that endorses candidates to elected seat and a military watchdog for veteran’s rights.  Sanson has been actively involved with his group by endorsing the best candidates to represent the people of Nevada in all elections.  Sanson’s group schedules interviews that are open to the public and invite all candidates to participate in a forum. Sanson’s group endorses candidates from each seat, presents the winners with the endorsement and markets each candidate to the voters.  Sanson is host of a rdio show on entitled Veterans In Politics.

Steve was kind enough to donate a ginormous American flag to our Tea Party float.  THANK YOU STEVE!! And thank you for your service! 

Ronald Steelmon 

 1946 - May 2, 2012

United States Army, 3 years

Your suffering is over, Uncle Ron.
Miss and love you.

(Photo and info coming soon)

Clifford Steelmon

United States Marines, 6 Months

Rest well, Uncle Cliff.

(Photo and info coming soon)