Military

At Prudential Overall Supply, we value military service and experience. As we have grown, we have made a commitment to hiring, retaining, developing, and promoting more veterans and celebrating their diverse backgrounds, perspectives, cultures and experiences.

OUR VETERAN HIGHLIGHTS #PRUDENTIALPROUD

Timothy Maldonado

Timothy Maldonado

Corporate Sales Representative
Date of Hire: 07/02/12

Military Branch:
United States Navy

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Timothy Maldonado

Corporate Sales Representative
Date of Hire: 07/02/12

Military Branch:
United States Navy

Timothy started his military career in September of 1997 where he received and successfully finished his AIT (Advanced Individual Training) in Meridian, MS. After his training Timothy was awarded the job title of Yeoman. Yeomen provide the backbone for keeping Navy personnel and other records organized and maintained in a highly usable manner.

Timothy was responsible for all correspondence (classified, official and unofficial) for the Commander of his first assigned duty station, the U.S.S. Fort McHenry. After completing his four years of service, Timothy was Honorable Discharged as a Seaman E-3.

We are thankful for the skills that the military gave Timothy and how those skills have helped him successfully do his job as a Corporate Sales Representative at our San Antonio location. We are honored to have him be part of the Prudential Overall Supply team.

Sue Adams

Sue Adams

Director of Quality
Date of Hire: 09/28/20

Military Branch:
United States Air Force (USAF)

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Sue Adams

Director of Quality
Date of Hire: 09/28/20

Military Branch:
United States Air Force (USAF)

Following Air Force Basic Training and Tech School, Sue received orders to Malmstrom AFB, MT, where she spent four years optically aligning and loading targeting software on 200 Minuteman Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM’s).

At Vandenberg AFB, CA, (her second duty assignment) she was part of two Minuteman test launch teams before moving into Squadron (and later) Base-wide Training offices.

She was additionally a part of the Base Security Evaluation Team (BSET) at Vandenberg and got to play a “bad guy” in a couple of realistic terrorist exercises with Base Law Enforcement, EOD, SWAT, and the Hostage Negotiators.

In total, she served nine years (1975-1984) and left the service as a Staff Sergeant (E-5). We are honored to have her be part of Prudential Overall Supply team.

Stephen Voros

Stephen Voros

Projects Facilities Manager
Date of Hire: 12/03/90

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

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Stephen Voros

Projects Facilities Manager
Date of Hire: 12/03/90

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

It was 1980 when Stephen started his military career in the United States Marine Corps. Stephen spent his first year as a Crew Chief on an amphibious vehicle. His knowledge he gained while doing the role quickly provided him the opportunity to become a Water Safety Survival Instructor and even later a Marksmanship Instructor in Okinawa, Japan.

After Stephen completed is term he reenlisted into the Marin Corps but this time as a Marine Corp Engineer. Stephen spent his last 3 years within his military career working on air conditioning and generators for our solders. Stephen was part of an advanced party for 3 team spirit operations setting up utilities for base camps and laying satellite communications sites. We are so very thankful to have Stephen and his extensive technical and mechanical skills. We are honored to have Stephen be part of the Prudential Overall Supply team.

Joe Sharma

Joe Sharma

Director Of Operations
Date of Hire: 09/05/06

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

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Joe Sharma

Director Of Operations
Date of Hire: 09/05/06

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

Joe started his military career at the young age of 19. His MOS (Military Occupation Specialty Code) was 7212, Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD) Gunner. Joe was stationed in Camp Pendleton CA and then at Pasadena CA where he fulfilled his duties as Reserve. While in the military, Joe fired the Stinger Missile which was later upgraded to the Avenger Missile System. After serving in active and reserve roles, Joe was honorably discharged in 2002. While in the Marines, one of the great honors for Joe was to be in several Honor Guards and be part of honoring fallen Marines or fly the colors for ceremonies in the Color Guard.

Joe was still in the military when he started working here at Prudential Overall Supply. Honor, Courage and commitment learned in the Marines caried over to Prudential with several leadership and management skills learned while in the military to prepare him for Prudential’s Management Trainee Program. In 2002 Joe ended his military career as a E-5(Sergeant). We are so blessed to have Joe and his great leadership skills he has brought with him. It is an honor to have him be part of the Prudential Overall Supply team.

Francisco Mejia

Francisco Mejia

Line Driver
Date of Hire: 07/19/17

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

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Francisco Mejia

Line Driver
Date of Hire: 07/19/17

Military Branch:
United States Marine Corps

Francisco’s military occupation was a welder. He was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Francisco served in the United States Marine Corps from July of 2005 to July of 2013. Within that time, he was stationed in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, attached to 2nd Amphibious Assault Battalion.

Francisco deployed to Fallujah and Ramadi, Iraq in the spring of 2008 with that unit. He re-enlisted there and upon returning from deployment executed orders to move to Camp Pendleton, California. There he was stationed in 1st Maintenance Battalion were again in the spring of 2009, he was deployed to Afghanistan with CLC-151 where he provided maintenance support to the base at Camp Leatherneck and units stationed around the region.

He was promoted to the rank of sergeant in October of 2009 while there. In 2011, he had to execute orders to go to his final unit at Amphibious Assault Schools Battalion, where he oversaw the Weld/Machine Shop and provided quality control to ensure repairs were properly completed on all vehicles. We are honored to have him be part of the Prudential Overall Supply team.

Charles Freese

Charles Freese

Sr. System Analyst
Date of Hire: 09/30/80

Military Branch:
United States Navy

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Charles Freese

Sr. System Analyst
Date of Hire: 09/30/80

Military Branch:
United States Navy

Chuck began his military career and journey in Mare Island & Idaho Falls. There he attended was Electricians Mate School and Nuclear Power School. Later Chuck was stationed at USS Truxtun for 4 years, where he served as a CGN-35. Working as a CGN-35 Chuck operated and maintained all onboard nuclear Power plant electrical systems.

Chuck got to see the world whiles serving during his term. He was deployed to Korea, Hong Kong, Subic Bay, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Bangkok, Karachi Seychelles & Mombasa. This is where Chuck discovered his love for international travel. He soon discovered that the poverty levels were high in the places he visited and gained a deep respect for the world’s poor.

Chucks experience in the military not only gave him strong analytical skills but a strong sense of commitment. Chuck has been with the company for over 40 years, and we are honored to have him be part of the Prudential Overall Supply team.

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