Lugo is an alumnus of The Cavaliers, participating from 2002 to 2005. Since his time in the corps, he has contributed to the organization by volunteering, serving on the Cavalier Alumni Association's board of directors, and by adding his enthusiasm and non-profit concentration to the corps' board of directors.
Joe Roach was originally hired by The Cavaliers in 2008 to teach the organization's new performing ensemble, Green Thunder Percussion (GTP). Since that time, Joe has helped take Green Thunder Percussion from an Independent A Class ensemble to an Independent World Class ensemble now known as Cavaliers Indoor Percussion (CIP).
Since 2003, Rosanne has served as full-time Office Manager at the corps' headquarters in Rosemont, IL. From planning and logistics, to a simple friendly greeting - Rosanne's passionate and tireless efforts help keep The Cavaliers meticulously well-organized behind the scenes.
Paul Milano has been involved in the drum corps activity since 1962 when he joined a local corps in Milwaukee, Wisc., at age eight. He eventually spent five years as a member of The Cavaliers (1970-1974 ), two years as the corps' personnel manager (1975-1976), and several years in all-age corps.
Throughout his pageantry career, Lamar Branson has taught and designed for a number of successful programs, including Northview HS, Lincoln-Way HS, Marian Catholic HS, the Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps, and is currently designing for Blessed Sacrament Color Guard.
Ezekiel Jackson was a member of The Cavaliers' Mellophone section from 2015 through 2016; as well as the High Brass Leader for the 2017 WGI Winds Fan Favorite and Open Class Champions, Chromium Winds. Jackson helms the role of the organizations' Web Editor and is the Business Manager for Midwest Connection.