We are delighted to welcome veteran Melissa Chason of Saco, who has joined our Vet to Vet Maine team as new program director. She replaces Dawn Brennan-Daly, who held the post from July through December. Melissa served in the U.S. Army for six years, filling positions as unit human resources […]
Vet to Vet volunteer Chuck Thurber and his veteran buddy, Patrick Masters, are featured in Diane Atwood’s “Catching Health” blog. Read how Vet to Vet Maine volunteers are making a big difference in the lives of veterans.
Vet to Vet Maine was one of the veterans’ programs highlighted in Maine Sunday Telegram’s insert titled “Soldiering On. . .,” a special section in the Nov. 10 edition devoted to veterans. Thanks to Tom Daley, Jerry Harkavy, and Lester Evans, all Vet to Vet Maine participants, who shared their […]
WASHINGTON, DC—On Nov. 6, Ben Wells testified before the Senate’s Aging Committee on how, as a Vet to Vet volunteer, he helped prevent a Korean War veteran and his wife from falling victim to a scam. Wells, an Air Force veteran who served as a Vet to Vet volunteer for […]
Journalist Diane Atwood interviewed Vet to Vet Maine board member Shirl Weaver as part of her “Conversations About Aging,” in her Catching Health podcast series. Shirl has been a volunteer visitor in the Vet to Vet program since 2016. During that time she has visited four veterans, providing companionship and […]
Lynn White, President of the Board, Vet to Vet Maine Vet to Vet Maine President Lynn White did a terrific job promoting the Vet to Vet Maine program to radio listeners during a half-hour interview May 25 on Newsradio WGAN’s show “Inside Maine with Marty Grohman.” Thanks to Marty for […]
Scarborough Hannaford Supermarket presented Vet to Vet Maine with a $500 check in May to support the organization’s work with veterans. The supermarket chain supports local nonprofit organizations each year as part of its community outreach. Cynthia DiBiase, a Vet to Vet Maine volunteer, made the initial contact with Hannaford. […]