Event Schedule 2014


21th Annual Miller's  March  March 30

Company Drill/Galena (max) April 25-27

Elmbrook (max)May 3-4

Connor Praire May 17-18

Manhattan, IL (max)  June 7-8

DuSable Museum          June 14

Crown Point, IN  July 4

 Wauconda (max)            July 12-13

 Lombard   (max)             July 26-27

 Boscobel  (max)        August 1-3

 Galesburg August 16-17

Ottawa (max)       September 20-21

 Cantigny October 4-5

 Minooka (max)              Oct 18-19

Franklin November 15-16

Annual Meeting (Max) March 7th




The 154th Senior Tennessee Infantry will bring a civil war encampment to your school. Students can tour an authentic Confederate or Federal infantry camp and interact with experienced reenactors. The history of the era will come alive for all your students.

Contact the 154th Infantry today!


Officers of the 154th Tennessee


 Rich Smanski


Dylan Baumann

1st Sergeant:

Tom Wessling

2nd Sergeant:

Adam Minear

1st Corporal:

Cody Baumann

2nd Corporal:

 Josh Scholz

4rd Corporal:

Peter Fricke

5th Corporal:

Carl Villarreal


Vice-President Civilian

Kristen Bergquist


Ed Worthman


Scott Larimer


Steve Adams

Recruiting Officer:

Josh Scholz


Rich Davis

Grandpa Dave


Semper Fidelis. David Robert Jepsen, 76, passed from life to life eternal Thursday, March 17, 2005. Discharged from the Marines after 7+ years in 1953, as a Staff Sergeant and "Chosin Few" survivor. He actively pursued his second love of Civil War history by becoming a re-enactor and living historian with the 154th Tennesse Infantry.



Welcome to the 154th Senior Tennessee Infantry, Company K. Inc.  

A Confederate Infantry company based in Chicagoland



The 154th Tennessee Senior Infantry exist to honor the memory and sacrifice of the men and women who lived through this most divisive period of our history, regardless of uniform, politics or race. The 154th is dedicated to preserving the history of our great country.



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Good Vittles with the 154th Courtesy of the best field cook in the Confederacy Quarter Master Sergeant Rich Healy