Victor Ramon Love

Title: Service Officer II
Company: Disabled American Veterans
Location: Dudley, North Carolina, United States

Victor Ramon Love, a senior officer at Disabled American Veterans, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of military service.

Now retired, Mr. Love previously distinguished himself in armed service on behalf of the United States from 1974 to 1994, during which time he was a member of the U.S. Army. Throughout this period, he served on a temporary duty assignment in Vietnam in 1975, and later contributed to various actions, such as Operations Desert Storm and Desert Shell, as well as in Mogadishu, Somalia. Holding his military career in high regard, Mr. Love’s service has exerted a profound influence on his current work as a service officer. Without his military experience, he would not have achieved all he has today.

Presently, Mr. Love avails himself as a volunteer on behalf of the Disabled American Veterans, a nonprofit social welfare organization that seeks to help military veterans and their families through various means, including mobile service efforts, information seminars, thrift store fundraising, disaster relief, and supportive housing initiatives. In his role as a service officer II for Chapter #45 in Goldsboro, North Carolina, Mr. Love strives to help veterans obtain disability compensation from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. In honor of his accomplishments in this capacity, the Goldsboro chapter was named as the Chapter of the Year in North Carolina, and he was hailed as the Service Officer of the Year. 

Outside of his military-related endeavors, Mr. Love studied at Columbia College, where he attained an Associate of Arts in 1989. He has also worked in the civilian sector as a truck driver and carrier for the United States Postal Service. In addition to his vocational efforts, Mr. Love met his long-lost relatives in recent years, which led to the publishing of a book of genealogy, “Grant/Horne Family History,” in 2016. 

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