The United Veterans Council of San Diego County
3245 University Ave Suite 1-227
San Diego CA 92104
UVC: Voice Of Our Veterans July 1986 – Today!
The United Veterans Council is a forum for sharing information and raising ideas for the betterment of the Veteran community, and is a unified Veterans’ Voice of Advocacy on legislation, policies, and practices affecting San Diego County Veterans and their families. UVC is open and inclusive, and its Members and Member Organizations enjoy the opportunity to share the works and rewards of the UVC, purely as Volunteers.
UVC Mourns Loss of Rear Admiral Rod Melendez, U.S. Navy Retired
United Veterans Council Members and Partners are Invited:
A Celebration of the Life of Rod Melendez On January 27 11:00 am
In lieu of a January 2018 General Session, at:
The Veterans Museum At Balboa Park 2115 Park Blvd, San Diego
The United Veterans Council extends condolences to family and friends of Rear Admiral Rod Melendez USN (Ret). Rod passed away suddenly and unexpectedly during the first week of the new year. He is dearly missed.
On Saturday January 27, the United Veterans Council will join with the Veterans Museum in hosting a Celebration of The Life of Rod Melendez, at 11:00 am, in the museum, in lieu of a UVC General Session. The January “Veterans Memorial Service & Honors Ceremony” will immediately follow the Celebration, and a reception will be hosted afterward in the Museum Hall. The Museum will be open at 10:00 for attendees to gather and to enter personal messages in the record book pages. The United Veterans Council will serve coffee 10:00 to 10:30 along the Flags walkway in the Garden lawn.
The Celebration & Ceremony and reception are open to all, please rsvp by Wednesday January 24, via email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include number attending.
Rod Melendez was a long-beloved colleague, mentor, and friend to a great host among the Veterans and Military Community of San Diego County. Rod had been a loyal United Veterans Council member and valued participant in the UVC mission since 2003.
UVC will notify all Members and Partners of the February 24 General Session Agenda in newsletter Alert by January 30. To receive emailed UVC Newsletter, send email to UVCNews@gmail.com With Subject: UVC Registration. Include the following information; use this format to ensure accuracy in registration:
First Name. Last Name. Organization / Unit (if any). Email address.
2018 UVC General Session Dates – All Sessions are 9:30 – 11:30
At The Veterans Museum At Balboa Park 2115 Park Blvd, San Diego
FEB 24 (4th Sat). MAR 24 (4th Sat). APR 28 (4th Sat). MAY 19 (3rd Sat)
JUN 23 (4th Sat). JUL (4th Sat). AUG 25 (4th Sat). SEP 22 (4th Sat).
OCT 27 (4th Sat). NOV 24 (4th Sat). DEC to be determined.
Semper Fidelis, Jack Harkins
The UVC Monthly General Session is an assembly of UVC Members and any persons attending with interest in helping Veterans.
Veterans’ Services & Resources at easy reach at Search Directory to the right:
Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 & Press 1.
Chat online http://www.VeteransCrisisLine.net . Send a text message to 838255.
Active Duty Service members and their families and friends can call & text the Veterans Crisis Line & can chat online at http://www.militarycrisisline.net/
Monthly General Session meetings are open to everyone with interest in helping Veterans and their families, including Veterans, elected officials, media and press, and the public. General Sessions are held at:
The Veterans Museum At Balboa Park (VMBP) 2115 Park Blvd, San Diego; parking entrance at ‘Presidents Way’ and ‘Park Blvd’. UVC Membership Requests and Contributions Are Welcome! Contact requests and inquiries may be sent to UVCNews@gmail.com
The United Veterans Council of San Diego County, “Voice of Our Veterans”, is an alliance of Veterans and over 200 organizations that are either Congressionally Chartered Veterans Service Organizations or providers of services and support to Veterans.
The UVC is a forum for sharing information and raising ideas that can lead to the betterment of the Veteran community, and is a unified Veterans’ Voice of Advocacy on legislation, policies, and practices affecting San Diego County Veterans and their families. UVC is open and inclusive, and its Members and Member Organizations enjoy the opportunity to share the works and rewards of the UVC, without obligation to accept any formal responsibility or allegiance.