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President Colonel Joseph Krawczyk Bennington Vice President Major General Robert Carter Shaftsbury Secretary Colonel Gary DeGasta Norwich Trustees Michael G. Le Boeuf Essex Junction Kent Butterfield Gaysville Arthur Charron Bennington Captain Brenda Cruickshank Northfield Charly Dickerson Montpelier Michael diMonda Sunderland G. Richard Dundas, MD Bennington Frederick Dunn, Jr. Bennington Commander Thomas Hayes South Woodstock

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Dr. Jacqueline Kelly Bennington Thomas O. Kenyon Brownsville Michael Klopchin West Rutland

State of Vermont

Colonel Allan Faxon

Joyce Scribner Manchester

Vermont Veterans’ Home

Chief Operating Officer

Francis Speno Brattleboro

Bennington, VT 05201

E: allan.faxon@state.vt.us

www.vvh.vermont.gov

C: 802.379.7696

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Richard Reed Veteran Services Director Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs Montpelier

F: 802.447.6544 P: 802.447.6353

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“To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow...”

Trustees Michael G. Le Boeuf Essex Junction Kent Butterfield Gaysville Arthur Charron Bennington Captain Brenda Cruickshank Northfield

— Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1865

Charly Dickerson Montpelier Michael diMonda Sunderland G. Richard Dundas, MD Bennington Frederick Dunn, Jr. Bennington Commander Thomas Hayes South Woodstock Dr. Jacqueline Kelly Bennington Thomas O. Kenyon Brownsville Michael Klopchin West Rutland Joyce Scribner Manchester

State of Vermont

Colonel Allan Faxon

Francis Speno Brattleboro

Vermont Veterans’ Home

Chief Operating Officer

Richard Reed Veteran Services Director Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs Montpelier

Bennington, VT 05201

E: allan.faxon@state.vt.us

www.vvh.vermont.gov

C: 802.379.7696

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a premier residential and healthcare campus for veterans Fulfilling America’s promise to care for Veterans, their spouses, and Gold Star parents.

Clean, spacious facilities. Sprawling, open campus. Stimulating activity programs. A deeply respectful, caring staff. The Vermont Veterans’ Home is an exceptional nursing residence and medical facility, offering a range of services in skilled nursing care, rehabilitation, short-term care, specialized dementia, palliative care, eastern approaches, and religious support. We are an exemplary place to seek the support you need, rated best-in-class by the Federal Government’s comparison website. Please come take a tour of our campus. Visit us at vvh.vermont.gov.

vermont veterans’ home a premier residential and healthcare campus for veterans We are an exceptional nursing home and medical facility, rated best-in-class for overall care by the Federal Government’s nursing home comparison site. Our admissions team will cheerfully advise you on our services, along with eligibility and benefit options.

Fulfilling America’s promise to care for Veterans, their spouses, and Gold Star parents.

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and out-patient clients, the leadership and Board of Trustees of the Vermont Veterans’ Home wishes to recognize our dedicated staff, along with the hundreds of active duty military, retired Veterans, civilian volunteers, visitors, Veteran service groups and countless others who have contributed so generously and selflessly to make the Home such a warm, friendly and comforting residence for those who have served our country with dignity and honor. With their help, we are fulfilling our Country’s promise to care for those who have borne the battle.

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BRANDMARK The logo design is an adaptation of an existing shield created by a friend of the Home. Symbols include references to the Bennington Battle Flag, the deer park on campus, Vermont’s landscape and the date of founding.

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CORE TAGLINE All materials will mention the opportunity for Veterans’ spouses and Gold Star parents to receive care at the home.

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CORE COLORS Deep Navy Blue is the primary color for the system

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PMS TBD C100 M90 Y10 K28

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