Since 2014, ALCOVA Mortgage has recognized Veterans across our service area for their dedication to our country by honoring them with a plaque and a $500 check. Veterans are recognized not only for their service to our country, but also their continuing service to their communities.
MEET YOUR HOMETOWN HEROES
After being discharged from the US Army and returning to civilian life, Jason struggled with PTSD until he found hope and a new direction with the horses at New Freedom Farm where he now serves as a Co-Director.
Veteran Lori Sadler has been a pioneer her entire life and gives back to her community in a multitude of ways. She joined the Marine Corps right out of college and continues to impact others through Women’s Club, VMI Women’s Club, Hospice, and her local Rotary Club. Read More
Serving in three different branches of the U.S armed forces between his twenty-six years of service to our country, Terry Levoy continued to serve his community at home by teaching at Germanna Community College and volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America. Read More
After six years in the US Air Force, veteran Brandon Alterio started his next chapter as a law enforcement officer. He also serves his local community as a substitute teacher and basketball coach at William Byrd High School. Read More
Joining the National Guard in 2005, Devan Nicely became a commissioned officer from the Virginia Military Institute as a Military Intelligence Officer. After finishing his military career, Devan found a new calling and purpose for his life by becoming a teacher for at-risk students. Read More
After 18 years serving with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division during the Gulf War, Steven Hotz found relief for his severe PTSD through blacksmithing and started Black Horse Forge, a nonprofit focused on supporting veterans and first responders through therapy in the blacksmithing trade. Read More