Spectrum Visits Us

photo of Spectrum employees presenting check to Shad Meshad

Shad Meshad, Adrianne Sears, Pamala Yu, and Milo Staley

On September 30, Pamela Yu, Senior Manager of Communications; Adrianne Sears, Director of Government and Community Strategy Spectrum West Region; and Milo Staley, Senior Technician, paid a visit bearing a gift of $1000.00 to support the work we do for veterans and their families.

Staley, who’d experienced our services, brought the NVF to Spectrum’s attention. Shad had helped him with a VA issue, and is currently helping Staley’s son, also a Navy veteran.

Our visitors met the staff and toured the office, including the conference room where walls of photos document the NVF’s 35-year history. At the end of their visit, they raised the possibility of including the NVF in a Spectrum In Focus TV production. Keep your fingers crossed!

Thank you, Spectrum. Your support has the power to save lives. We really appreciate our corporate donors.

You can be a part of our mission to help Veterans by making a tax-deductible donation!

About the Author

Shad Meshad

As a U.S. Army Medical Service Officer in Vietnam in 1970, Shad Meshad began pioneering treatment techniques for what would later become known as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He is the founder of the National Veterans Foundation and founder and co-author of the VA’s Vet Center Program.


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