Banquet Tickets

Veteran or Spouse/Widow of Veteran ticket $25

Individual ticket $40

Registration Form

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Tickets are offered in two categories:

  • Veteran or surviving spouses for $25 each
  • Non-Veteran/Individual ticket for $40 each

Tickets can be purchased either using PayPal on this page, or completing the registration form and mailing it to the address provided.  A confirmation of purchase / 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization receipt letter will be sent to you.  You must provide the names of all of your party NLT November 7th for seating planning and then all guests must go to the registration table at the banquet to receive their seat assignment.  Please identify any elected officials or other dignitaries at your table that should receive special recognition.  Tickets may be donated and will be given to veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses.


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Come early and enjoy viewing military memorabilia and equipment, veteran benefit information, listen to the dynamic voices of the Honor Choir, take advantage of a free photo booth and buy raffle tickets for our silent and 50/50 cash raffles and rummage table.  Challenge coins will be available for purchase.  

Jeremy Stalnecker is the CEO of the Mighty Oaks Foundation. The Mighty Oaks Foundation is dedicated to helping America’s military warriors and their families suffering from the “unseen wounds” of combat such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

While growing up in San Jacinto, CA, Jeremy’s only goal in life was to leave home and join the Marine Corps. This dream was finally realized with an active-duty commission in 1999. Following Infantry Officer Course in Quantico, VA, Jeremy was assigned to First Battalion, Fifth Marines, First Marine Division as an infantry platoon commander. Serving first as a rifle platoon commander in a helicopter company and then as the platoon commander of the counter-mechanized platoon, Jeremy learned valuable leadership and communication skills that he continues to use today. In January 2003, Fifth Marines, as a part of the First Marine Division, deployed to Kuwait in support of what would become Operation Iraqi Freedom. As the war began, First Battalion, Fifth Marines would be the infantry battalion used to breech the berm separating Kuwait and Iraq and would secure the first major objective of the war. This led to a road march that would see the battalion occupying Baghdad and seizing the presidential palace in northern Baghdad on the Tigris River. Throughout this movement, Jeremy and the counter-mechanized platoon would provide navigation and lead security for the battalion. While in the Marine Corps, God was working in Jeremy’s life to turn his heart toward full-time ministry. Just one month after returning from Iraq, Jeremy became a staff member of his home church at Coastline Baptist in Oceanside, CA. Here he gained ministry experience that would equip him for the further leading of God. In his role as an Assistant Pastor, he counseled and mentored many couples and individuals while also maintaining other church responsibilities. It was a great privilege for him to be able to serve in this capacity so close to Camp Pendleton since most of those that he worked with were either Marines or the family members of Marines. In 2008, Jeremy and his family took on a new responsibility when he became the Senior Pastor, just east of San Francisco Bay at Bay Area Baptist Church in Fremont, CA. In this capacity, he continued to minister to families and individuals in a wide range of areas. After serving in the role of senior pastor for nearly seven years, the door was opened to accept a full-time position with the Mighty Oaks Foundation. This move brought together both his ministry experience and military background in a way that allows him to serve and minister to many hurting veterans, service members and their families. Along with his wife Susanne and their four children, Jeremy works to reach the hurting and provide the healing found in Christ.  The Mighty Oaks Foundation – Veteran Recovery Programs & Support (