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About Jason McQueeney, a member of the Connecticut Air National Guard

Updated: Apr 25, 2022

My name is Jason McQueeney, I am 38 years old, and I have been a member of the Connecticut Air National Guard for almost 19 years. I am currently an AGR with the 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES) where I have been working for the las 10 years. Some of my personal interests are competing in Strongman Competitions, obviously going to the gym as much as I can. Reading, cooking, trying new foods and drinking a lot of coffee. I am currently in the beginning stages of pursuing a degree in nutrition but as I educate myself, I realize that my interests are far more reaching than just nutrition. I enjoy psychology, sociology and I have a deep interest in food chemistry. A new aspect to my life that I recently discovered was how gratifying volunteering is and can be. I enjoy incorporating my interests into my volunteering for instance mentoring and leadership as well as my love for animals and animal rescues.

Quantifying the impact that RGH has had on my life is difficult because it has opened my mind and my behavior and taken it to places, I didn’t know I was capable of. It has shown me more of who I am and who I want to be as a human which I wasn’t previously aware of.

Meeting Justine and Jeff as well as the rest of the RGH family is an interesting story of chance that started six months before it actually happened. Without getting into a lot of detail I wouldn’t be volunteering with RGH if it wasn’t for a good friend of mine and her interest in RGH. So, I credit her with helping me open my mind and starting all of this and the amazing relationship, we have with Justine and RGH. RGH, for me, plays a couple different roles in my life. First and foremost, i am given the opportunity to help people and for me that feeds my soul. I enjoy what RGH offers to the community and the military because nothing like this was ever offered to me in my life. The lessons that RGH brings to young people will resonate forever at every level of their lives.

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