Speaking Engagement: International College of Surgeons Annual Surgical Update, May 2010 – Denver, Colorado

May 19, 2010 by admin  
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Speaking Engagement – MGMA, Indianapolis – April 2010

May 3, 2010 by admin  
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Speaking Engagement – MGMA, Atlantic City – April 2010

May 3, 2010 by admin  
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Sestak, US House of Representatives Honor Moss Brothers and BSA

April 18, 2010 by admin  
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Hon. Joe Sestak of Pennsvlvania in the House of Representatives present Vince and Vance Moss honor the twins and the Boy Scouts of America in the form of a CONGRESSIONAL RECORD and presented to the brothers on March 23, 2010. – Click image below to view.

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Vince and Vance speak the Monmouth County(NJ) Prosecuter’s Office – Black History Celebration

April 18, 2010 by admin  
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The Moss Brothers were honored to celebrate Black History Month at an annual celebration sponsored by the Monmouth County (NJ) Prosecuters Office.  They were especially honored to share the moment with the coordinaotr of the event,  Luis A. Valentin (pictured),  the first Latino prosecuter in Monmouth County history.

April 10th named ” Vince and Vance Moss Day “

April 15, 2010 by admin  
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The Mayor of Harrisburg honors Vince and Vance, naming April 10th ” Vince and Vance Moss Day”.  Click the image below to view the Proclamation.

 

                                              

Moss Brothers honored in a letter by JADA BROOKS

April 14, 2010 by admin  
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Moss Brothers named Penn State Honored Alumni

February 23, 2010 by admin  
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Vince and Vance Moss have been named Eberly College of Science, The Pennsylvania State University Distiguished Alumni.

Moss Brothers featured in Aetna 2010 Calendar

February 20, 2010 by admin  
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Aetna’s 2010 African-American History Calendar Honors Those in Public and Military Service

                             

Exert from Aetna Press release……

HARTFORD, Conn., February 11, 2010 —  The lessons learned through public service and the sacrifices made by individuals who serve in the United States military can often shape their passion and commitment to public service. The 13 extraordinary men and women featured in the 2010 Aetna African-American History Calendar have dedicated their lives to caring for others, both while serving in the military and while working to improve the quality of life in their communities back home.

Aetna (NYSE: AET) has produced the African-American History Calendar since 1982 as an annual tribute to the extraordinary and educational endeavors of African-Americans.

“Aetna honors the commitment to public service as well as the sacrifices these individuals have made for our country,” said Ronald A. Williams, chairman and CEO of Aetna.  “But their contributions only begin there.  This year’s calendar celebrates the examples they set for other African-Americans by making valuable contributions in a wide variety of occupations.”

“The history that was made on the battlefields by loyal black heroes has been carried over into civilian life,” said Gail Lumet Buckley, the author of American Patriots, a book about African-American military heroes, who also is featured in the calendar.  “From the Revolution onward, black veterans have effected change in their communities; usually by means of civic leadership, community service or civil rights activism.”

The 2010 calendar features individuals whose military backgrounds have led them to great achievements in health care, education, government, veteran services, law enforcement and even space exploration.

The calendar also recognizes Drs. Vincent L. and Vance J. Moss, identical twin brothers who are world-renowned surgeons with experience in laser surgery technology and clinical practice.   Before creating the Mid-Atlantic Multi-Specialty Surgical Group in Howell, N.J., the two brothers attended the United States Military Prep School at West Point and became majors in the U.S. Army Reserves Medical Corps.

HARTFORD, Conn., February 11, 2010 —  The lessons learned through public service and the sacrifices made by individuals who serve in the United States military can often shape their passion and commitment to public service. The 13 extraordinary men and women featured in the 2010 Aetna African-American History Calendar have dedicated their lives to caring for others, both while serving in the military and while working to improve the quality of life in their communities back home.Aetna (NYSE: AET) has produced the African-American History Calendar since 1982 as an annual tribute to the extraordinary and educational endeavors of African-Americans.“Aetna honors the commitment to public service as well as the sacrifices these individuals have made for our country,” said Ronald A. Williams, chairman and CEO of Aetna.  “But their contributions only begin there.  This year’s calendar celebrates the examples they set for other African-Americans by making valuable contributions in a wide variety of occupations.”“The history that was made on the battlefields by loyal black heroes has been carried over into civilian life,” said Gail Lumet Buckley, the author of American Patriots, a book about African-American military heroes, who also is featured in the calendar.  “From the Revolution onward, black veterans have effected change in their communities; usually by means of civic leadership, community service or civil rights activism.”The 2010 calendar features individuals whose military backgrounds have led them to great achievements in health care, education, government, veteran services, law enforcement and even space exploration.

The 2010 African-American History Calendar – Serving Our Country, Serving Our Communities:   African Americans in Public Service – is available for $4 by calling 860-273-0509.  The online version of the calendar is available at Aetna’s diversity website:  http://www.aetna.com/about-aetna-insurance/aetna-corporate-profile/diversity/aahcalendar/2010/pdf/2010_complete_calendar.pdf

Vince and Vance Speak at Veterans Day Gala, Hon. Jo Sestak commends their service

December 21, 2009 by admin  
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Moss Brothers with Honorable Joe Sestak, U.S. Congressman, (PA)

 

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