Steven Schwartzapfel
Steven Schwartzapfel Attends Helmets to Hardhats First Annual Luncheon

Schwartzapfel Lawyers supports Helmets to Hardhats, an organization that assists military members transition to jobs in the construction industry.

Steven Schwartzapfel, founder of Schwartzapfel Lawyers P.C.
aaaIn attendance at Helmets to Hardhats first annual luncheon was construction industry and military supporter, Steven Schwartzapfel, of Schwartzapfel Lawyers. Schwartzapfel was in attendance to donate to the organization.

Helmets to Hardhats is an organization that takes pride in assisting military members, National Guardsmen/women, and Reservists in transitioning to employment in the construction and building industry. Helmets to Hardhats believes in doing what is right, and providing someone who has served the country with an easier transition back to civilian life.
 
The event was kicked off on November 15, 2013 by the United States Marine Corps Color Guard. Throughout the powerful event, decorated military members presented, and received awards.
 
Steven Schwartzapfel remarked, “Giving back to those who have sacrificed everything, and put their lives on the line so that we live in a safe and free country is nothing short of an honor.”

In attendance at Helmets to Hardhats first annual luncheon was construction industry and military supporter, Steven Schwartzapfel, of Schwartzapfel Lawyers. Schwartzapfel was in attendance to donate to the organization.

Helmets to Hardhats is an organization that takes pride in assisting military members, National Guardsmen/women, and Reservists in transitioning to employment in the construction and building industry. Helmets to Hardhats believes in doing what is right, and providing someone who has served the country with an easier transition back to civilian life.
 
The event was kicked off on November 15, 2013 by the United States Marine Corps Color Guard. Throughout the powerful event, decorated military members presented, and received awards.
 
Steven Schwartzapfel remarked, “Giving back to those who have sacrificed everything, and put their lives on the line so that we live in a safe and free country is nothing short of an honor.”
In attendance at Helmets to Hardhats first annual luncheon was construction industry and military supporter, Steven Schwartzapfel, of Schwartzapfel Lawyers. Schwartzapfel was in attendance to donate to the organization.

Helmets to Hardhats is an organization that takes pride in assisting military members, National Guardsmen/women, and Reservists in transitioning to employment in the construction and building industry. Helmets to Hardhats believes in doing what is right, and providing someone who has served the country with an easier transition back to civilian life.
 
The event was kicked off on November 15, 2013 by the United States Marine Corps Color Guard. Throughout the powerful event, decorated military members presented, and received awards.
 
Steven Schwartzapfel remarked, “Giving back to those who have sacrificed everything, and put their lives on the line so that we live in a safe and free country is nothing short of an honor.”
In attendance at Helmets to Hardhats first annual luncheon was construction industry and military supporter, Steven Schwartzapfel, of Schwartzapfel Lawyers. Schwartzapfel was in attendance to donate to the organization.

Helmets to Hardhats is an organization that takes pride in assisting military members, National Guardsmen/women, and Reservists in transitioning to employment in the construction and building industry. Helmets to Hardhats believes in doing what is right, and providing someone who has served the country with an easier transition back to civilian life.

The event was kicked off on November 15, 2013 by the United States Marine Corps Color Guard. Throughout the powerful event, decorated military members presented, and received awards.

Steven Schwartzapfel remarked, “Giving back to those who have sacrificed everything, and put their lives on the line so that we live in a safe and free country is nothing short of an honor.”