“We got a call from Richland Elementary School in Richardson Texas about first graders who wanted to thank veterans. They asked for our help for this class project,” said Melyssa…
New VA rules effective October 18, 2018 open the door to more deserving wartime veterans and surviving spouses who are over age 65 and need help at home. KTRS Radio’s…
Along with an A+ BBB rating and accreditation since 2008, the Better Business Bureau has awarded Veterans Home Care with their Torch Award for Ethics. "We work very hard at customer…
I am proud to announce VetAssist Regional Manager Rebecca Ott, former Air Force medic, as the recipient of the Governor’s Veterans Service Award. Governor Rick Scott of Florida presented Rebecca with the honor.
“Bonnie is a little spark plug who really fights hard to get what’s right for our troops,” said KTVI-FOX 2 News meteorologist Chris Higgins who reported on Veterans Home Care receiving the Above and Beyond Award from the Department of Defense. Higgins shared his experience touring Veterans Home Care and meeting President and Founder Bonnie Laiderman with co-anchors Shirley Washington and Jasmine Huda.
Veterans Home Care was among some outstanding Missouri employers honored at this event: BJC Healthcare, World Wide Technologies, Rockwood School District and so many others.
Bonnie Laiderman, president and founder of Veterans Home Care, was named to the 2017 St. Louis Business Journal’s list of Most Influential Business Women. Each year the Business Journal acknowledges the achievements of female business leaders who have made a difference in the region.
Jessica Elkins, Arlington, Texas was promoted to senior regional manager at Veterans Home Care.
Veterans Home Care announces two promotions in Missouri: Robin Borders, in St. Louis and Dana Taylor in St. Genevieve, are now senior regional managers.
The Missouri Athletic Club will honor five area women with their Women of Distinction Award at an April 7 luncheon and among them is Bonnie Laiderman, president of Veterans Home Care.