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Canniff W C and Sons Inc Monumnts

531 Cummins Highway
Roslindale, MA 02131
(781) 581-5595
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E J Higgins Funeral Home Inc

4236 Washington Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 325-0455
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Hearn John P Funeral Home

43 Cummins Highway
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 323-4300
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Higgins Frederick J

4236 Washington Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 325-0455
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Joseph Russo Funeral Home

814 American Legion Hwy
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 325-7300
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Oak Lawn Cemetery

427 Cummins Highway
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 325-4490
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St Michael Cemetery

500 Canterbury Street
Roslindale, MA 02131
(617) 524-1036
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New council will advise state on veterans' services - Wicked Local Acton

Monday, November 14, 2016

Massachusetts a year ahead of a deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan.A Roslindale resident, Kalpee said she did receive her welcome home bonus, which was "great, especially because when I came back from Afghanistan, raising two kids, I couldn't find a job right away, so it was helpful." Kalpee's children are ages 8 and 10 and she has help raising them from family, she said.U.S. Army National Guard Col. Andrea Gayle-Bennett, another member of the new council, said she is interested in finding support services for families that don't fit the more traditional gender breakdown of a man in uniform and a wife at home, and wants to encourage opportunities for women in military careers."We have a challenge in the National Guard in mentoring and retaining women so that they can rise in the ranks," said Gayle-Bennett, who has spent 33 years in the Guard.Gayle-Bennett, a Lynn resident who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2009, has a husband and four grown children and she said her husband was "not interested" in activities for military spouses because "it's all women.""When you think of a veteran spouse, you think of a woman. You don't think of a man. So what programs are there for a female veteran's spouse?" Gayle-Bennett asked.At the same time veterans halls - such as the Veterans of Foreign War posts - have a history of being more male dominated."You think old men. You don't think women," said Gayle-Bennett. She said she was encouraged to hear that a woman became a VFW post commander in Beverly, and she said she started a military ministry at her church in Saugus and joined her local VFW post in Saugus.Gayle-Bennett said she hoped to get a sense of the landscape of veterans' needs before suggesting any solutions.The council's chairman is Mike Minogue, a West Point graduate who was an infantry officer in the U.S. Army's Airborne and Ranger divisions during the Gulf War - where he earned a bronze star. He is now the CEO, president and chairman of Abiomed Inc.The council's other members are Kristine Babcock, who served in the U.S. Navy from 1988 to 1997; Andrew Biggio, a Marine who founded Boston's Wounded Vet Run and TheyFoughtWeRide.com; Lauren Bond, who became a platoon sergeant and unit manager in the Marine Corps and now teaches at East Boston High School; Richard Gormley, who earned the cross of gallantry as a Marine in Da Nang during the Vietnam War and now owns a West Roxbury funeral home; Julie Hall, an at large councilor for Attleboro and retired Air Force colonel; Joseph Mitchell, who flew jets for the Air Force in the Persian Gulf and over Bosni...

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New council will advise state on veterans' services - Wicked Local Acton

Monday, November 14, 2016

Massachusetts a year ahead of a deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan.A Roslindale resident, Kalpee said she did receive her welcome home bonus, which was "great, especially because when I came back from Afghanistan, raising two kids, I couldn't find a job right away, so it was helpful." Kalpee's children are ages 8 and 10 and she has help raising them from family, she said.U.S. Army National Guard Col. Andrea Gayle-Bennett, another member of the new council, said she is interested in finding support services for families that don't fit the more traditional gender breakdown of a man in uniform and a wife at home, and wants to encourage opportunities for women in military careers."We have a challenge in the National Guard in mentoring and retaining women so that they can rise in the ranks," said Gayle-Bennett, who has spent 33 years in the Guard.Gayle-Bennett, a Lynn resident who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2009, has a husband and four grown children and she said her husband was "not interested" in activities for military spouses because "it's all women.""When you think of a veteran spouse, you think of a woman. You don't think of a man. So what programs are there for a female veteran's spouse?" Gayle-Bennett asked.At the same time veterans halls - such as the Veterans of Foreign War posts - have a history of being more male dominated."You think old men. You don't think women," said Gayle-Bennett. She said she was encouraged to hear that a woman became a VFW post commander in Beverly, and she said she started a military ministry at her church in Saugus and joined her local VFW post in Saugus.Gayle-Bennett said she hoped to get a sense of the landscape of veterans' needs before suggesting any solutions.The council's chairman is Mike Minogue, a West Point graduate who was an infantry officer in the U.S. Army's Airborne and Ranger divisions during the Gulf War - where he earned a bronze star. He is now the CEO, president and chairman of Abiomed Inc.The council's other members are Kristine Babcock, who served in the U.S. Navy from 1988 to 1997; Andrew Biggio, a Marine who founded Boston's Wounded Vet Run and TheyFoughtWeRide.com; Lauren Bond, who became a platoon sergeant and unit manager in the Marine Corps and now teaches at East Boston High School; Richard Gormley, who earned the cross of gallantry as a Marine in Da Nang during the Vietnam War and now owns a West Roxbury funeral home; Julie Hall, an at large councilor for Attleboro and retired Air Force colonel; Joseph Mitchell, who flew jets for the Air Force in the Persian Gulf and over Bosni...