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Business of the Year Finalist

CEO, Connie Blaney and Executive Director, Jeff Luddeke

Liberty Manor for Veterans was delighted to be awarded as finalist forTemple Terrace Business of the Year 2012!

Liberty Manor was organized in 2006 as a 501©3 non-profit organization with the objective of promoting the developmental and social needs of veterans who have served our country and fought for our independence, but fallen victim to homelessness.The initiative serves the most deserving yet overlooked individuals of our community – veterans. Contrary to the perceptions that our returning veterans are well-supported, many go without the services they need due to a lack of governmental resources as the Veterans Administration does not provide housing for veterans. The mission of Liberty Manor is to provide transitional, supported housing to honorably discharged veterans and establishing long-term objectives designed to attribute to self-sufficiency.

Liberty Manor is honored to provide a service that is intended to strengthen our community by providing these deserving veterans with some of the basic resources and services that will make a positive difference in their future. For more information contact Connie Blaney (813) 900-9422.

Liberty Manor - Our Chief Executive Officer, Connie Lindsay is truly a Women of Valor as she has demonstrated exemplary service in the Tampa Bay community by promoting the developmental and social needs of veterans who have served our country, fought for our independence, but fallen victim to homelessness. Connie is a loving leader whose positive impact upon the lives of countless veterans cannot be overstated.

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