Vet to Vet Middle Tennessee

Vet to Vet Middle Tennessee was founded on September 28, 2014, with the support of Vet to Vet USA Founder James “Moe” Armstrong and National Training Director Ed Drew.  Vet to Vet Tennessee was founder in September 2012 by Ed Junod, Freddie Owens and Mike Harter.  Moe entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Vet to Vet TN.   A memorandum of understanding was developed,with Harry “Top” Hishon as president, Charlie Trawick as vice president and Bill Kampbell as chaplain.

Vet to Vet Middle TN covers 40 counties which has almost 200,000 veterans living in their communities.  Click here to view the vet population by county..

Vet to Vet Middle TN is a part of Middle Tennessee’s Veterans Mental Health Council, and includes  a Faith-Based Community Committee and a newly forming Veterans Treatment Court Committee. Vet to Vet TN’s bylaws are the same as Vet to Vet TN, which provides consistency in the mission and purpose of Moe Armstrong’s vision.  A new section has been added to include a chaplain as part of the board of directors.

Please welcome our new Vet to Vet Middle TN Officers by emailing their President Harry “Top” Hishon or by leaving a comment below or calling 954-873-0010.

2014-2015 Officers

Harold “Top” Hishon, President

John Allen, Vice President

Ron Peregoy, Treasurer

 

Mike Dunston, Secretary

Joy Dove, Senior Outreach Officer

John Nehlig, Chaplain

Sir Rich, Chairman Faith Based Outreach Committee

Vet2Vet of Middle Tennessee officially recognized three local Maury County Businesses as "Vet Friendly" the first be presented with this award is "Puckett's Grocery & Restaurant." Picture below are: John Nehlig, Harry Hishon, Ben Stepp of Puckett's, John Allen, Mike Dunston and Sir Rich.

We are located at 907 Hatcher Lane, Columbia, TN 38401 thanks to the genorosity and support from the first middle Tennessee Veteran Friendly Congregation, Craft Memorial United Methodist Church. 

Our first newspaper article was published in The Columbia TN Daily Times dated March 6, 2015. 

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