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Stamford Mayor Designates Veterans’ Service Coordinator, Announces Plan to Open Veterans’ Resource Center

By Stamford Mayor David Martin's office

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STAMFORD, CT - Stamford Mayor David Martin announced on Wednesday the appointment of Citizen’s Service Supervisor Frank Fedeli to serve as the veterans’ service contact person for the City of Stamford. Fedeli will be charged with assisting local veterans in gaining access and information to services and leading the newly-established Veterans’ Resource Center once open this fall.

“We have a dedicated community of veterans here in Stamford, who served with distinction in order protect us and the freedoms we have come to enjoy. All too often, they find themselves unable to secure the support they need and deserve. The Veterans’ Resource Center will help address this problem by providing veterans with a local contact who can help them obtain access to public and private resources,” said Mayor David Martin.

The Veterans’ Resource Center will work in conjunction with local veterans’ organizations to provide the following services:

· Serve as a resource to veterans on issues relating to reemployment, rehabilitation, education, adjustment to peacetime living and other issues of concern.
· Cooperate with national, state, local and private agencies in securing services and benefits to which a veteran or his or her dependents may be entitled.
· Encouraging and coordinating veterans’ vocational training services.

Until the office opens this fall, local veterans are encouraged to contact Frank Fedeli, Citizen’s Service Supervisor and Veterans’ Service Coordinator, at 203-977-5858 or with inquiries.

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