Veterans Development Corporation In the News

For all press inquiries, please contact Mark Voner, CEO at 781-659-4050 or via email at info@vetdevcorp.com.

Press Releases

Veterans Development Corp to grow with $750,000 Term Loan from Mass Growth Capital Fueling The Forces of Veterans Development Corporation, Inc.
On September 17, 2014, Veterans Development Corporation, Inc. was presented with a $750,000 check signifying Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation’s support for the growing Braintree-based Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Read all about the check presentation ceremony attended by Veteran and local dignitaries in the attached press release and news links.

Mission to China to recover SSgt. William Lynch’s remains, a Soldier Missing in Action from World War II
Mr. Voner and Moore’s Marauder team leader Ryan Bach were sent to China to in order to sign a Historic Agreement between the United States and China to search for the remains of SSgt. William Lynch, a WWII Marine from Dorchester, Massachusetts and the last Marine unaccounted for in China.
By Mark V. Voner – October 21st, 2009
For more information please visit www.mooresmarauders.org.

Media Mentions

Veteran-Owned Braintree Business Gets a Boost From the State
Braintree Patch, September 19, 2014
A Braintree-owned business will receive a $750,000 line of credit.

Braintree contractor firm owned by disabled Marine vet gets a boost
Patriot Ledger, September 18, 20148
A Braintree contracting firm owned by a disabled Marine veteran just got a big vote of confidence – and money – from a state development agency and a Connecticut bank.

Veterans Development Corp to grow with $750,000 Term Loan from MGCC
MGCC News, September 16, 2014
Support for veteran based construction company to bolster opportunities.

To honor a soldier, fountain will flow anew
Boston Globe, March 27, 2008
Veterans Development Corporation donated time and materials toward restoring a Walpole landmark.

Bacevich honored with memorial
Stephen Iandoli, NECN, March 2008
Fallen solider First Lieutenant Andrew Bacevich was honored in his hometown of Walpole, Massachusetts. NECN's Stephen Iandoli reports.