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.
After a decorated military career including two combat tours, William Sturm left active duty to join the Reserves and become a pastor in North Carolina. In addition to serving his congregation and authoring multiple books, William also devotes his time to his local American Legion. Read More
Marine veteran Ryan Parent continues to serve his country at home as a firefighter/EMT and as a high school and little league baseball coach. Additionally, he co-founded the non-profit National Capital Region Military Hockey team that plays to benefit local charities. Read More
After a military career spanning 16 years, Keith’s life took on a new mission when he joined Carteret County Schools as a Basketball Coach and an ISS teacher. Keith’s work led him to a special understanding that many of his students did not have the chance to grow and thrive like he did as a kid, so he made a choice to step up as a mentor. Read More
Spending his military service in the US Army and Army National Guard, Don Delaughter has contributed even more at home by securing land to build the America Legion Park to honor local veterans in Timberville, serving with the Timberville Lion’s Club, his church, and with the volunteer Watch Dog program at his local elementary school. Read More
Known for being the first blinded amputee in history to re-enlist in the Corps, Matthew travels the country as a keynote speaker while also working closely with non-profit organizations that help wounded service members focus on building their morale beyond their combat injuries. Read More