Friday, November 11, 2016

Lewis Builders Development Salutes Veterans

8/11/2016 Atkinson, NH - On this Veterans Day, we honor and thank military men and women, past and present, for their service and sacrifice for our great nation.

We also honor and recognize the employees of Lewis Builders Development who proudly served our country and now make our organization better through their hard work and dedication each day. Some of these employees include:



92nd Engineer Combat Battalion (FB)


Ron Broadhead, who served 3 campaigns in Desert Storm from 1991-1992 in the United States Army 92nd Engineer Combat Battalion (Heavy) out Fort Stewart, GA.

Peg Priest, who served in Vietnam for 4 years in the United States Air Force stationed in Okinawa.


Paul Blinn, who proudly served for a total of 31 years including 1969-1982 in the United States Army Combined Forces 1st Squadron, 26th Armored Calvary out of Camp Edwards, MA. Paul also served from 1993-2004 in the Army National Guard 2nd-182nd Mechanized Infantry.

He instructed Reserves and National Guard Troops on tanks and is currently the Post Commander for the Wilbur M. Comeau American Legion Post 4 out of Haverhill, MA.

Pictured left, Paul is the Master of Ceremonies of Haverhill Veterans Day Parade today.





Brian Lawlor served in the United States Army as an armor crewman (tanker) on the M1 Abrams Tank with a total of 20 years of service including 1995-1999 in the 1-12 Cavalry out of Fort Hood, TX.

From 1999-2013 Brian served in the 1-64 Armor Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division out Fort Stewart, GA. 

Between 2013-2015, He served in Hohenfels, Germany in the 1-4 Infantry Battalion (OPFOR) and JMRC headquarters as lead Contracting NCO in charge of all contracts for life-support needs for our NATO/allied forces in training.

His key deployments were Iraq (4 times), Kuwait (twice), and Bosnia (once).

Brian received two Bronze stars, an Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) with valor; and a Meritorious Service Medal (MSM).

Scott Wanner served the United States Airforce in the 21st-92nd Crash Fire Rescue for 4 years from 1989-1993.



Thank you for your service to our great nation, and for the values and hard work you now exhibit every day at our company.


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