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Jason (Jake) Leone

Jason (Jake) Leone has been an enlisted serviceman of the United States Army/National Guard 53rd Support Battalion 1998 – 2004, 1-124th Infantry 2004 – 2008, 1-111th Mechanized Infantry 2008 – 2013 and is presently serving in the Air Force/National Guard with the 103rd Attack Squadron. During his term of enlistment, he has served in both foreign and domestic deployments. Staff Sergeant Leone has received multiple awards throughout his military career and distinguishes himself as an honorable member of the U.S. fighting forces.

Jake received his Bachelors in Advertising from the University of Florida in 2003 and has worked in medical equipment sales for over 8 years. Leone’s goal is to serve his country for as long as possible and continue to assist America’s veterans by any and all means possible.

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Justin Boehret

Justin is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County and currently resides in Perkiomenville with his wife. He has several family members currently serving in the armed forces and many more friends and family members who previously served in various branches of the armed forces. Justin believes that our country has done far too little to support the veterans that have protected the liberties and freedoms that we enjoy on a daily basis. He considers it an honor to serve on the Board of Directors and hopes that his contributions to Vets for Vets play a small part in the mission of supporting veterans.

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Stephen Mazza

Stephen is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County. Originally from Schwenksville, he currently resides in Oreland with his wife and daughter. He has had many family members who have served honorably in the Armed Forces, dating back from his great grandfather to his father.

Stephen believes strongly that there is much more that can be done for those who have guarded our liberties. He has seen first hand that the VA is not enough for returning vets.

Stephen believes it is his duty and great honor to serve on the Board of Directors. His mission, through Vet for Vets, is helping and supporting our veterans in any capacity needed.

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Brodie Lightcap

Brodie joined the United States Marine Corps Reserves shortly after high school. He attended training at Paris Island SC, Camp Lejune NC and Fort Sill OK. Upon completion of his training, he was assigned to India Battery 3/14 in Reading PA. He served for 10 years with India Battery as a field artillery cannoneer on the M198 Howitzer. During that time, he rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant and served one tour in Iraq as a platoon sergeant, overseeing perimeter security for a large base.

Since his discharge, Brodie has started his own home remodeling company, renovating homes and installing custom woodworking. He hopes to utilize these skills to help bring together the veterans of the community with the veterans in the program for the mutual benefit of both. His goal is to help Vets for Vets repay veterans for their honorable service.

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Sheila Ruth

Sheila has spent most of her adult life working in Montgomery County for non-profits. She lives in Barto with her husband and has three adult children. She has had several family members, as well as her husband and the majority of his family, serve in the armed forces. Sheila’s husband is a Navy veteran who helped to instill a love of country and gratitude for our veteran’s sacrifices into their family. She is an active community member with a background in human services, volunteer management and customer service. She considers serving on the Vets for Vets Board of Directors to be an honor and privilege to provide a small difference to the veteran community.

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