Run for the Troops 5k Dinner
Benefitting Homes for Our Troops
Dinner Reservations are CLOSED
up on previouly made tentative reservations may sent to:
April 4, 2014
Reception 6:00pm, Dinner 7:00pm
Old River Road, Andover Massachusetts 01810
Major General (USA, Retired)
Timothy P Mchale
President/CEO and Director - Homes for Our Troops
by Wyndham Hotel
Entertainment by the popular band Bliss
Many exciting silent auction items
DeWitt Family - home recipient 2014
Dubois Family - home recipient 2013
Bouchard Family - home recipient 2012
Joe & Debbie Smith - home recipient 2011
MAJOR GENERAL (USA, RETIRED)
TIMOTHY P. MCHALE PRESIDENT/CEO AND DIRECTOR
Major General USA, Ret. Timothy P. McHale was born and raised in Minnesota.
In May 1977 he completed his undergraduate studies at St. Johns
University Collegeville, Minnesota as a Distinguished Military Graduate
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy and was commissioned a Second
Lieutenant in the Transportation Corps. During his 35 years of service,
he has commanded both aviation and logistics units of every echelon from
platoon to theater support command, with duty in Germany, Korea, Iraq,
Afghanistan, and throughout the United States. Major General McHale held
several key staff positions on the Department of the Army Staff, The Joint
Staff, US Forces Korea, Multi-National Forces-Iraq, and US Forces Afghanistan.
He holds Masters Degrees in Management from Salve Regina University,
Newport, Rhode Island, and National Security and Strategic Studies from
the Naval War College. He is a former National Security Fellow, John F.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Major General McHale has been married to his wife Janice for over 29 years
and they have two sons, Casey who is a 2nd Lieutenant in the Vermont National
Guard and is attending Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont and Riley
who is attending Saint Louis Catholic School in Alexandria, Virginia.
He is currently the President/CEO of Homes for Our Troops (HFOT), a national
non-profit organization assisting severely injured Veterans who spend
all or part of their daily lives confined to a wheelchair. HFOT provides
these veterans and their family at no cost, a high quality barrier free
home by raising donations of money, building materials and professional
labor and then coordinates the process of building a home that provides
maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.