Lieutenant Colonel Glenn Joseph Sadowski- PRESIDENT

Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski graduated Iona College in 1989 with a BA in Marketing. Upon graduation Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski accepted a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. In August 1990 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski reported to the 1st Battalion 9th Marine regiment 1st Marine division, but was diverted to Saudi Arabia for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. While deployed he served as 1st Platoon Commander “Delta” Company 1st Light Armored Infantry Battalion. After returning to the U.S. in June of 1991 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski was promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

In July of 1991 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski assumed the duties of Executive Officer “Charlie Company” 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. In November of 1991 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski completed Airborne School in Ft. Benning Georgia. In May of 1992 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski deployed with “Charlie Company” to help stem the riots in Los Angeles California.

 In May of 1993 he was made Company Commander “Bravo” Company 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. In January of 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski deployed with 2nd Battalion 5th Marine Regiment to Somalia. “Bravo” Company became part of Battalion Landing Team 2/5 and participated in operation “Quick Draw” in Somali. Upon return to the Untied States in July of 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski was detached from Battalion Landing Team 2/5 and returned to the 1st Light Armored Infantry Battalion where he was promoted to the rank of Captain.

In October of 1994 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski reported for duty as Executive Officer Recruiting Station New York. He served as XO of Recruiting Station New York until his honorable discharge from active service in December of 1997. In May of 1998 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski joined the Marine Corps Reserve. He has served as Executive Officer and Company Commander of “Fox” Company 2nd Battalion 25th Marines. In June of 1999 he was promoted to the rank of Major. Upon relief from “Fox” Company Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski became the Maintenance Management Officer for the Battalion. In October of 2002 Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski took command of Weapons Company 2nd Bn 25th Marine Regiment. He deployed with the Company to Iraq for “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” While deployed to Iraq Weapons Company and 2nd Battalion 25th Marines assisted in securing An Nasiriyah and the surrounding province. The battalion returned to the United States in August of 2003. Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski graduated the Marine Corps Command and Staff course in March of 2006 and is presently the a member of the Military Staff Committee at the United States Mission to the United Nations.

Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski is married to the former Claudia Narvaez and they have one daughter Julai Mae. Lieutenant Colonel Sadowski serves on the board of Directors for the Marine Corps Reserve Association, is a life member of the Marine Corps League Westchester County Detachment and the Detachment Adjudant, 1st Vice Chairmen of the Central Committee of War Veterans for the city of Yonkers, and Adjutant Post 1566 of the American Legion.  

Andrew J. Funk, Former Captain, USMCR

Present Webmaster

Andy Funk is a Founding member of the PFC MOORE MESS, and is currently the webmaster. After graduating Muhlenberg College, Andy attended Brooklyn Law School. While in his first year of law school, Andy decided to embark on his Marine Corps career. His service commenced in 1989 when he was commisioned a Second Lieutenant. After completing Law School, Andy attended the Basic School, Naval Justice School, and served as a Judge Advocate at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.

After that, Recruiting Station New York Needed an Operations Officer. Andy served as the OPSO from 1995 to 1997 when he ended his active military service. He is presently a Senior Member of the Law Firm of Smith Mazure in New York City. He is married to Deanna Pacitto Funk, and has 2 beautiful daughters, Gabriella and Isabella. You can contact Andy or any of our officers at