VERO BEACH, FL – The Veterans Council of Indian River County welcomes Bruce Cady as its new Director of Operations. Cady succeeds Doy Demsick who has served the Veterans Council of Indian River County as Program Manager since 2014.
“When I started working with the Veterans Council of Indian River County, I was immediately impressed with the sincere desire of every member organization to continue to serve our brothers and sisters. I am deeply humbled to be asked to join such a meaningful effort,” Bruce Cady said.
Bruce Cady, a 16-year resident of Vero Beach, served as a Data Communications Officer in the United States Marine Corps from 1992 to 2001. After leaving military service he pursued a career in the telecommunications and aerospace industries, holding senior positions in Sales and Marketing. Cady has supported the Veterans Council with three major efforts in support of fundraising and awareness in the community; Hump for our Vets, Zero Dark Thirty Tribute Workout and the Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans Memorial. His strong business background will allow the Veterans Council to continue to improve the operations of the organization.
Veterans Council Col. Sam Kouns (U.S. Army, Retired) has worked collaboratively with Cady to promote the Veterans Council and its fundraising events. He points out that “Bruce’s extensive military background and comprehensive business experience, makes him a valuable addition to our organization.” Kouns adds appreciatively, “I am confident Bruce will serve the Veterans Council and our local veterans well.”
The Veterans Council of Indian River County is as a non-government, collaborative 501(C)(3) established in 1987 to support veterans and their families. The Council provides emergency financial assistance, transition assistance, resource connection and transportation services to the VA Medical Center in West Palm Beach and to appointments locally.
Learn more about the Veterans Council at https://www.veteranscouncilirc.org.