Saturday, November 11, 2023

Clyde Hoch: Veterans Brotherhood


It is my pleasure to inform you that the Veterans Brotherhood has signed a lease for a building in Pottstown. We plan to use the building as a one stop shop for veterans.  


Just a few of the future plans are to use the building for classes for veterans, like auto mechanics, construction, classes on how to prepare for a job interview, and give them new clothing for the job interview. There will be classes on how to apply for a mortgage. Classes will be held in-house and online.  


It will be used for the Veterans Brotherhood and many other veterans’ organizations in Pottstown to hold meetings. There will be mentoring programs, group and one on one. It will be a place where veterans who are frustrated with everything can come have a coffee and talk to other veterans to dispel some of their anger and frustrations.  


People from the Veterans Administration will be on hand from time to time to help veterans. Veteran related events will be held there.  


The whole interior of the building will need to be renovated along with insulation.  A conference room is the first order, and we will work out from there. If you want to be a part of this undertaking, please feel free to contact me at  


The project will be called the Veterans Brotherhood Chapter 2 or VB II for short. You do not have to be a veteran to become a member of this new chapter. You do have to be a veteran to receive assistance from the Veterans Brotherhood. If you wish to contribute the mailing address is:  


Veterans Brotherhood              or                    Veterans Brotherhood II      

313 4th St.                                                           816 Willow St. 

Pennsburg, Pa. 18073                                       Pottstown, 19464 


The Veterans Brotherhood has been in existence for ten years and has an outstanding reputation in the veteran community. 


Remember no one is paid at the Veterans Brotherhood. Your contribution towards the building, time or financial will be a contribution for veterans far into the future. Veterans have sacrificed so very much for you it is time to give back and help veterans.  


Thank you! 

Clyde Hoch President and Founder

About Clyde Hoch

From Pennsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, Sergeant Clyde Hoch is an acclaimed author, recently winning the coveted Readers Favorite Bronze Medal for his book A Man Down!  I have several of Clyde's books in my library; recommended reading!

A consultant for screenplay writers, and much more, Clyde is a Vietnam War Veteran, public speaker, and mentor. In his books, Clyde shares his wartime experiences and the challenges of being a war veteran. 

Connect with Clyde…

Read Clyde's childhood story about Spike, a cherished Clydesdale...

Books by Clyde Hoch:

Tracks Memoirs of a Vietnam Veteran This is Clyde’s military experience as a tank commander in Vietnam.

A Tribute to Tankers has a short description on a type of tank and follows with stories of people who served in that type of tank in combat, starting with WWI and ends with Iraq.

B. A. R. Man Browning Automatic Rifle Man is the story of a young man who does some amazing things in the Korean War until he is wounded and captured by the Chinese. He is forced to march 200 miles with no medical attention. He is held as a POW for two and a half years.

A Man Down is the story of four young men who gave their lives for their country. This book won a bronze medal from Readers Favorite.

Albion is Clyde’s first work of fiction. It has eight chapters. Each chapter is a different story and different period in time.

God Help Me! Cause No One Else Will is Clyde’s sixth book. It is about post-traumatic stress disorder and veteran's suicides and how to prevent them. 


No comments:

Monday Creek Publishing Digest: Hocking Hills Book Fair

  Connect with the authors on our cover and the  entire author directory on Facebook Hocking Hills Book Fair !