Drexel Supports The New Jersey Veterans Home
Drexel Hamilton in the local community delivering iPads and comfort items to our military veterans at the New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus.
The NJ Veterans Home and the Paramus site is one the hardest hit homes dealing with Covid-19 in NJ and the tri-state area.
John Martinko, Managing Partner at Drexel Hamilton and Patricia Gros, Volunteer Services Coordinator for the NJ Veterans Memorial Home, worked together to identify immediate needs to make a difference during these difficult times.
About Drexel Hamilton:
Drexel Hamilton is an investment bank that is 100% owned and operated by serviced disabled veterans who served & sacrificed in our nations wars from Vietnam to present day Post 9/11 conflicts.
Founded by a Purple Heart combat wounded Veteran, Drexel was built on the merit of thinking of others before yourself. This ethos drives our mission to hire, train, and give back to our military veteran communities.
We are proud to have served our country on and off the battlefield. Our investment bank will continue to provide professional opportunities for our nations heroes. We will lead the way in diversity and inclusion for military veterans in the financial industry.
About New Jersey Veterans Home at Paramus:
This facility, located on 23 acres in northeastern Bergen County, opened on August 4, 1986.
It has two modern residential buildings, able to accommodate 336 residents, and two fenced-in garden areas. In the courtyard, near the main entrance, a monument stands in memory of those who served in World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.
We are Medicare A Certified. Licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and surveyed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.