Talented photographers and videographers are always invited to record our public patriotic events. Contact the president to notify the Board you will be there to capture each of our patriotic events
Coming soon: Photos of 2021-2022 Flag Day, Memorial Day, Veterans Day and other events. You can view videos on utube under Collier County Veterans Council ( certified)
Thank you to Heather Corace for capturing these moments from our 2017 Veterans Day Celebration.
Thank you so much to Tom Donahue from Shula's Steakhouse for sponsoring and donating the video to the council. Also, a huge thank you to Hugh's Production for the professional job on the photographs and video! Thank you for capturing these moments posted below!!
Observed May 26, 2014
The Veterans Council of Collier County is the umbrella organization of the 20 veterans groups that exist in
Collier County, Florida.
The Veterans Council is comprised of representatives from each group and meets the 3rd Thursday of each month.
We bring all groups together for networking and fellowship in an otherwise fragmented community. We each have our allegiances, but are fighting the same battle.
United we stand.
Meetings are open to all veterans.
CCVC Board of Directors
Chief William Carl, USCG
Alexander Leoni, USMC
Pastor Ed Brandt, USARNG
Larry Lathrop, USMC
Frank Kerr, USA
(Sergeant at Arms)
Jason Lindsey, USMC
Vidal Sanchez, USMC
Alicia Starova (Secretary)
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Veterans Council enjoys the generous financial support of its contributors. If your organization would like support the Veterans Council and its four public patriotic ceremonies, please mail your annual $50 donation to:
Collier County Veterans Council
527 107th Ave N
Naples, FL 34108
If you would like to publicly introduce yourself to the Board of Directors and their gallery of patriots, please contact us to have your name placed on the upcoming meeting agenda.
Veteran Suicide Prevention
If you, or a veteran you know, may be thinking of contemplating suicide please call The Veterans Crisis Hotline at:
1-800-273-8255 and Press 1
or go to their website at:
Helpful Suicide education is also provided here.
"In all you do, do with all your might. Things done by half measures are never done right."