Dover Federal and local businesses introduce designated parking for veterans
DOVER, DE (November 8, 2016) — When community partners work together for the benefit of veterans, positive results happen. In particular, designated parking spots for Veterans have been introduced at local businesses throughout the state. With initiative from Elaine Pinkowski, professional and community liaison for Compassionate Care Hospice, Veteran Parking Only signs were created to provide our most valuable resource, our veterans, with a dedicated parking spot at local business entities.
Ms. Pinkowski works intimately with veterans and realizes the positive impact on their well-being that can arise from providing recognition to those who have protected our freedom. She stated “It’s more than just a sign; it’s a reflection of honor and support for all our military have done to support our freedom.” From its inception, Ms. Pinkowski has reached out to companies, such as Dover Federal Credit Union, to seek their interest in providing a dedicated parking spot for veterans. Deb Jewell, Dover Federal Credit Union, recognized Army Veteran Phyllis D. Moore, as being the first veteran to park in one of their dedicated Veteran Parking Only space. Ms. Jewell stated, “Our support of the military reflects our commitment.
Army Veteran Phyllis D. Moore and Elaine Pinkowski, Compassionate Care Hospice
About Dover Federal Credit Union
Dover Federal Credit Union was first chartered in 1958 by a handful of Air Force and civilian workers at Dover Air Force Base. Today, Dover Federal continues to serve the Air Force Base as well as over 40,000 members from over 500 Workplace Partners and has eight locations throughout the state of Delaware. Dover Federal continues to help its members get there, wherever that may be. To learn more about Dover Federal Credit Union, visit any of their branches or visit them on the web at www.doverfcu.com.