Friends of Oflag 64, Inc.

Founded in 2019 by a group of descendants of American ex-POWs of Oflag 64, the Friends of Oflag 64, Inc. is a U.S. 501 (c)(3) that raises funds and collects artifacts in support of the creation and maintenance of the Museum of POWs in Szubin, and  raises awareness within the U.S. about the Foundation and its projects.

Officers

Cindy Sharpe Burgess, Chairperson (Daughter of ex-POW 2nd Lt. Wilbur Blaine Sharpe, Jr.)
A military spouse and former educator, Cindy is a Past President of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Assistance League and served on their national Board of Directors. Cindy received a BS in Education from the University of Maryland.

Cindy.Burgess@szubinpowcamps.org

Nancy Thompson Wyatt, Secretary (Daughter of ex-POW 1st Lt. Robert T. Thompson)
Nancy has been a registered pharmacist for 39 years. Her hospital leadership positions have been Operations Manager and Clinical Manager. She has been an active member of Toastmasters International since 2003 and is a past president of The Woodlands, Texas Toastmasters Club. Nancy received her BS from the University of Oklahoma and Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Florida.

Anne Hoskot Kreutzer, Treasurer (Daughter of ex-POW Lt. Colonel Nathaniel R. Hoskot)
Anne continues to research her father’s WWII story, from his D-Day jump into Normandy through his POW experiences at Oflag 64.  She was the Secretary/Treasurer of a small business she and her husband Tom founded and operated in Woodbridge, Virginia for 33 years, where they were very involved in their community.  Anne has a BA in French from Mary Washington College.

Support Us

We are a nonprofit organization that relies on the generosity of our donors. Donations from U.S. citizens to the Friends of Oflag 64, Inc. are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.


U.S. donors are encouraged to donate through the Friends of Oflag 64, Inc. a registered 501(c)(3). These donations are tax-deductible to the extent of U.S. law.