Home > Vincent B. Maloney, Jr. Retires after 15 years at NECHV

Vincent B. Maloney, Jr. retired this March, 2015 as Vice President, Facilities and Operations, after fifteen years of service here at the New England Center and Home for Veterans. Thanks to his commitment to Veterans and past leadership as an advocate for, and advisor to, Veterans and fellow employees, he leaves the Center stronger than ever.

He is a 23-year Veteran of the U.S. Army, retiring as Sergeant First Class, Battalion Supply Sergeant. He is a member of the American Society of Industrial Security, the American Society of Hospital Engineers and the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

In his tenure as Vice President of Facilities and Operations, Vinnie oversaw many capital improvements here at the Center. A few snapshots below highlight the vast scope of facility improvements that Vinnie undertook to help make the Center safe, clean, and comfortable for the Veterans we serve.

On behalf of a grateful NECHV Community, thank you, Vincent, for your dedicated service and support both to our Nation and to Veterans throughout your entire career.  

New lavatory for Women Veterans’ quarters.

New lavatory for Women Veterans’ quarters.

 

Renovated and expanded Women Veterans’ quarters.

Renovated and expanded Women Veterans’ quarters.

Establishment of Wi Fi Cafe for internet accessibility.

Establishment of Wi Fi Cafe for internet accessibility.

Veterans 360 Offices Reconfiguration and set-up for Veteran 360 support program offices.

Veterans 360 Offices
Reconfiguration and set-up for Veteran 360 support program offices.

 

Vincent Maloney (L) with a fellow NECHV employee upon receipt of a van donation.

Vincent Maloney (L) with a fellow NECHV employee upon receipt of a van donation.

Dining hall renovation in 2009.

Dining hall renovation in 2009.