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Thomas B. Ronayne

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Veterans Affairs Medical Center

HQ Phone:  (562) 826-8000

Direct Phone: (631) ***-****direct phone

Email: t***@***.gov

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Veterans Affairs Medical Center

5901 E. 7th Street

Long Beach, California,90822

United States

Company Description

About Veterans Advantage, PBC: Veterans Advantage is a registered public benefit corporation with the mission of advocating greater respect, recognition, and rewards for U.S. military veterans, active and retired U.S. military, guardsmen, reservists and their ...more

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Employment History

Director of Veteran's Services

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Director

Suffolk County Historical Society


Veteran Service Agency Director

Levy


US Navy


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SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE BELLONE ANNOUNCES FIRST-IN-THE-NATION VETERANS TRAFFIC COURT | The Huntingtonian

thehuntingtonian.com [cached]

Thomas Ronayne, Director of the Suffolk County Veterans Services Agency, said: "This court represents another innovative way that Suffolk County serves our veterans.
But Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Traffic and Parking Violations Agency Executive Director Paul Margiotta, Veterans Service Agency Director Tom Ronayne and the entire Suffolk team have stepped up big time with this program that addresses the critical needs of our vets, particular those less fortunate, and assures that their issues and concerns will be addressed with the patience, dignity and compassion they have earned by their service and sacrifice.


Suffolk Executive Bellone Announces Veterans Traffic Court To Help Vets Lift Or Avoid Driver License Suspensions | LongIsland.com

www.longisland.com [cached]

Thomas Ronayne, Director of the Suffolk County Veterans Services Agency, said: "This court represents another innovative way that Suffolk County serves our veterans.
But Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Traffic and Parking Violations Agency Executive Director Paul Margiotta, Veterans Service Agency Director Tom Ronayne and the entire Suffolk team have stepped up big time with this program that addresses the critical needs of our vets, particular those less fortunate, and assures that their issues and concerns will be addressed with the patience, dignity and compassion they have earned by their service and sacrifice.


R8/9, Very Short Notice - Special Mission - Suffolk County Office of Veterans Affairs Press Conference, Thu., 04/07/2016

pgrny.org [cached]

We have been requested by Congressman Lee Zeldin and Thomas Ronayne of the Suffolk County office of Veterans Affairs to attend a press conference announcing introduction of legislation to increase day care for veterans in State Homes.


www.patmednews.com

Suffolk Executive Steve Levy (far right) and Veterans Service Agency Director Tom Ronayne (far left) present the Suffolk County Medal of Distinguished Military Service to Marty and Linda Keller, whose son Jonathan Keller succumbed to multiple gun-shot wounds suffered during a U.S. Army raid against the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2009.


www.assemblymanconte.com

Pictured from left to right: Brian Roby, Junior Vice Commander and Iraq war vet; Alexander Squillace, Senior Vice Commander; Assemblyman Jim Conte; Bruce Brenner, Commander; Tom Ronayne, Suffolk County Director of Veterans' Affairs; Glen Rodriguez, Quartermaster and John Giess, Chaplain.


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