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CCSNA Trustee, CCEF Director, Region 3 Commissioner Emeritus, Senior Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (FSAScot), Past Region 3 Commissioner, Past Virginia Commissioner, Past Virginia Deputy Commissioner

I have been a member of CCS(NA) since 1999 . I was introduced to Clan Campbell at the Richmond Games by John Albert Campbell (deceased) and his lovely wife Donna. After joining the society, I have served as Virginia Deputy Commissioner, Virginia State Commissioner, and Region 3 Commissioner. Currently, I hold the positions of Region 3 Commissioner Emeritus and Trustee. I am also a Senior Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (FSAScot)

Dan McBryde Campbell

I was born in northwest Georgia, near Atlanta, and moved to the Richmond, Virginia area as a young boy with my family. After high school, I joined the US Army. After completing training, Airborne/Jump school, I took a little time off, then served tours in Vietnam as a Small Team Special Operations member, then became a leader of one of the teams. As a result of combat service, I was awarded Purple Hearts and numerous other military awards and recognitions. I am an active member of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

After returning home, I met my wife Jan. We have one daughter who lives in Alaska with her husband and three children and have enjoyed annual trips over the past 20 years. Her husband is a retired decorated combat veteran from both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. We have lived in Hanover County, VA since 1974, a history-rich area for both Revolutionary and Civil Wars. We enjoy genealogy and have traced our ancestors from the 16th century and share our knowledge of American and Scots history, advising visitors at Games and in the community by sharing resources and helpful hints for tracing their own ancestry.

I started my career as a Police Patrol Officer for Hanover County, Virginia. During my many years in law enforcement, I received extensive higher level education in specialized public safety courses, served as the Supervisor for the Hostage Negotiation Teams, Criminal Investigator, Range Master, Armorer, Law Enforcement Training Officer for the Police Academy, Field Training Officer for new personnel, and in the administrative and training units for the county. In addition, when Hanover County piloted the new DARE curriculum in schools, I presented the programs in elementary, middle and high school classrooms. During this time I also served the community as a firefighter with Hanover County Fire & EMS, where I achieved the rank of District Chief and Eastern County Duty Chief. After 30 years of serving Hanover County in public safety, I retired and took a little time off, then went to work for Avis/Budget Corporation for 13 years, handling special fleet assignments for the company. I am now fully retired and proudly serving our CCSNA and CCEF, and look forward to many more years of service to our Society.

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Clan Campbell Society (N.A.)

Membership benefits include:

– A subscription to our award winning 60 page quarterly magazine, "The Journal"

– Research access to our 250,000 member genealogical database via our Genealogist

– You will receive a vote in the annual elections for members of the Clan Campbell Society (NA) Executive Council

– Special Member pricing on Clan Campbell merchandise

– News of Scottish events and Scottish Highland Games Calendar

– Periodic opportunities for Group Travel to Scotland

A subscription to a monthly eNewsletter with color pictures and events information

– Free entry to Cawdor Castle, ancestral home of the Earl Cawdor, during regular open times (with valid membership card)

– Free entry to Inveraray Castle, home of the Duke of Argyll Chief of Clan Campbell, during regular open times (with valid membership card)

Membership is open to all Campbells, Campbell septs, those married to a Campbell or Campbell Sept, those descended from Clan Campbell, and to those interested in learning about the Clan Campbell, Scottish history and culture, and who acknowledge Mac Cailein Mòr as their Clan Chief, as he is the Chief of Clan Campbell, the greatest family in all of Scotland! (We're a "wee bit" biased.)

Remember, those who get the most out of being a member of the Clan Campbell Society... are those who participate. We welcome you as our kinsmen to join us in our many activities.

To become a member, simply complete the online Membership Application.