Matt Zamosky

Westmoreland Notables: Longtime military man helps veterans

Tribune-Review--After a nearly 20-year Air Force career that took him all over the world, Matt Zamosky returned to Westmoreland County looking for a job.

After fueling jets in war zones and the president's airplane, he wasn't sure what he wanted to do with the rest of his life when he enrolled at Seton Hill University in 2006. Read on...

Local group links veterans with farmers for on-the-job training

Latrobe Bulletin--Some once family-run farms, including several here in Westmoreland County, are in need of skilled workers to continue the tradition of growing crops, raising livestock and other agricultural ventures.

Veterans returning from active duty often find it hard to just step back into their “old” life and are looking for new opportunities and find working the land to be not only rewarding, but a healing experience. Read on...

Local group links veterans with farmers for on-the-job training

Jewish veterans close McKeesport post, donate archives for future generations

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette--In a dining room at a seafood restaurant in Homestead, William Schonberger banged his gavel three times.

“Post, Attention! Salute colors!” intoned the commander of the Pvt. Jacob Greenfield Post 181 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America, calling the gathering to order.  Read on...

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