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ATF National Firearms Act Branch Moves to West Virginia

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ATF National Firearms Act Branch Moves to West Virginia

Adds Customer Service Team to Assist Industry and Public

ATF’s National Firearms Act (NFA) Branch is now located in Martinsburg, W.Va.

Since moving to the new offices, the NFA Branch has added Customer Service Representatives to assist industry members and the public with questions and in determining the status of the processing of notices and applications.

The NFA Branch’s new mailing address in Martinsburg, W.Va. is:

National Firearms Act Branch

244 Needy Road

Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401

ATF Phone numbers:

(304) 616-4500

(304) 616-4501 (fax)

NFA Branch personnel assigned to Martinsburg, who may be reached at the above numbers include:

Kenneth Houchens - Branch Chief

Dawn Henson - Section Chief

Amy Stely - Specialist

Andrew Ashton - Legal Instruments Examiner

Nicole Dudash - Legal Instruments Examiner

Jason Frushour - Legal Instruments Examiner

Rob Howard - Legal Instruments Examiner * No Longer There

Dejuana McConner - Legal Instruments Examiner

Barbara Payne - Legal Instruments Examiner

Daniel Pinckney - Legal Instruments Examiner

Scott Robertson - Legal Instruments Examiner

William Shipman - Legal Instruments Examiner

Sandra Snook - Legal Instruments Examiner

Kendra Tate - Legal Instruments Examiner

Alma McCoy - Legal Instruments Examiner

Maurice Walker - Specialist

The following NFA Branch personnel continue to work at ATF Headquarters in Washington, DC, and may be reached at (202) 927-8330:

Gary Schaible - Program Manager

Sylvia Alexander - Specialist

Denise Brown - Specialist

Janice Fields - Specialist

Cheryl Fisher - Specialist

Lucretia Fountain - Legal Instruments Examiner * No Longer There

* Please do not contact the Headquarters number for personnel assigned to Martinsburg.

This listing will be updated as personnel are reassigned to Martinsburg.

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The more I learn and experience in West Virgnia the less like my idea of heaven I think it becomes.

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