Congressman Henry Cuellar presents over $800k in Federal Funds to the Frank Tejeda Veterans Home


Federal funds will be used towards necessary renovations to the State Veterans Home in Floresville

Floresville, TX – September 25, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — On Tuesday, September 24th,Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) presented $826,127 in federal funds to the Frank Tejeda Veterans’ Home in Floresville.

The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded these funds through the State of Texas’s Veterans Land Board to support the renovation and construction of a new ventilation system and kitchen for the establishment.

“More than 1.8 million veterans call Texas home, with over 43,000 in the 28th District of Texas alone,” said Congressman Cuellar. “There is a long tradition of federal and state cooperation in order to give back to our veterans. Through these funds, veterans in the State of Texas and their families will continue to receive the assistance they deserve in facilities equipped to sustain their everyday needs. I would like to thank Texas Veterans Land Board –State Veterans Home Program Commissioner Kevin Warren and the Frank M. Tejeda Veterans Home Administrator Peter Porras for securing these funds in support of the advancement and maintenance of the State Veterans’ Home in Floresville.”

This is one out of the four renovation projects the Texas Veterans Land Board (TVLB) is financially assisting as part of the TVLB’s 2013 Veterans Affairs grant projects.

Facilities such as this were built through a partnership between the TVLB and VA to contract professional long-term health care providers to provide affordable, long-term nursing care for Texas veterans, their spouses and Gold Star parents.


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