A 5 Diamond Experience
Supporting our nation's heroes,
past and present
In Support of our Mililtary Families
The heart and soul behind the little engine that could. Without her continuous support to her staff, A Veteran’s Valet would not be in the position it is today.
Aimee was born in Virginia, raised in New Mexico, graduated high school in Texas and attended college in Missouri. Her mother a school nurse and her father a master gunsmith makes Aimee well-versed, well-traveled and well-respected amongst her service industry peers.
She partnered with her husband to create the brand, A Veteran’s Valet. Together with their intimate team, they park over 100,000 vehicles per year, valet at more than 100 corporate and military events and spend hundreds of hours per year working with organizations like American Airlines Sky Ball and the Salvation Army.
As a former Hospital Corpsman of Marines and Sailors, John had treated many service members as a part of the Ft. Irwin Army Medical Center and the 31 Area Branch Medical Clinic in Camp Pendleton, CA.
John has always had a passion to serve and thought everyone deserved the best experiences. Realizing the transition from military to civilian life was harder than expected, he began a career in hospitality. John struggled in many ways never thinking corporations truly understood the value of veteran employees and especially their leadership.
In February 2015, with the support of his wife Aimee, John founded the brand “A Veteran’s Valet.” Their passion is people and their resources are veterans and first responders. At any point during your experience, you will have been humbly served by one of our nation's heroes.
Uriel joined the Marine Corps straight out of high school where he proudly served four years along side some of our nation’s finest Marines. A radio operator with 1st Battalion 5th Marines, Camp Pendleton, CA, Uriel was afforded the opportunity to experience several diverse cultures throughout the world.
After his tenure as a Sergeant of Marines, Uriel knew it was time to return home. After separating from the Marine Corps, Uriel’s mission wasn’t complete. He joined the A Veteran’s Valet team as a way to stay around the band of brothers and serve along side other veterans and first responders.