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Honoring our Family of Veterans

November 11, 2016


My great Grandfather Jacob M Beecher was a 1st Lieutenant in the United States Colored Infantry  – fighting for the Union Army during the Civil War in America. Purple Heart awarded to my Uncle – Frank E. Beecher – World War One Veteran Below a Photo of my Grandfather – Harry Beecher – Navy World […]

Top VA Exec Wayne Pfeffer made $90,323 in Bonuses although Hawaii had the longest Wait-list times for Veterans

November 24, 2015


The Veterans Affairs in Hawaii was found to have the longest Wait-list times  for Veterans in 2013, surmounting a scandal that continues to plague many Veterans battling for their earned VA services and benefits. And yet, we found that Hawaii’s Top executive Wayne Pfeffer who is the Medical Center Director here in Honolulu, Hawaii received […]

The VA is Lying, While Veterans are Dying – In Memory of Charles Canamar III

September 2, 2015


Charles Canamar III, past away without ever receiving his 2 prosthesis legs that Charles was measured for and were ordered by the Veterans Affairs VA and manufactured by a local Prosthesis Company, the 2 Prosthesis legs only sat on a shelf collecting dust, Charles never received the legs. It had been more than 4 years […]

No Protection for Veteran Whistleblower from Rep. Bob Mcdermott only an agenda of Hatred to Homosexuals, Gays & LGBT

August 20, 2015


How can a Whistleblower, a Lesbian, Gay or Homosexual ever go to Hawaii State Representative Bob Mcdermott for Help? I wanted to share my recent experiences as a Homeless Veteran needing help and seeking out another Veteran – State Representative Bob Mcdermott for help to me against the Retaliation, harm and reprisal from the VA […]

VA Secretary McDonald visiting the Hawaii Islands to ignite better Initiatives for Veterans

July 6, 2015


Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald is visiting the Hawaiian Islands this week to ignite and launch better Initiatives for our Veterans. The VA Secretary is arriving in Honolulu to drive a renewed formula for our growing Veteran population, that will reflect a more modern 21st Century approach that strategizes a response that meets the Veterans […]

Homeless with Cancer by Tina Quizon

June 17, 2015


Last week I was invited as a Guest Speaker and asked to speak at the “2015 Hawaii Cancer Conference” which was held on June 11, 2015 in Honolulu. I had an opportunity to shared about the added struggles of being “Homeless with Cancer” and how the Veterans Affairs VA/HUD has continued to deny me housing, […]

The VA’s early detection of Breast Cancer and a successful Surgery made a difference for me

April 7, 2015


The VA and Tripler Hospital made a difference for me with the early detection of Breast Cancer and a successful Surgery to remove the cancerous tumor by a team of Doctors and Nurses at Tripler Army Medical Center, last Tuesday March 31, 2015. Although, in the past I have had to speak out and have […]