From MDVA's news release:
Robert Finn, or "Bob" as he prefers to be called, has returned to the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs, as the MDVA Deputy Secretary.
Deputy Secretary Finn has a long and honorable record of service to the United States and the State of Maryland. He began his military career serving in the Army. His active duty service included one year in Vietnam and time as a Ranger Instructor. His military career highlights include: Serving in all leadership positions from Squad leader to Infantry Brigade Commander, Airborne, Ranger and Special Forces qualified; served in the 20th Special Forces Group of the Maryland National Guard; commissioned in Maryland Officers Candidate School and ultimately retired in 2003 as a full Colonel with 35 years of Active Duty, Active Guard Reserve and Reserve service.
Colonel Finn's civilian career included land surveying, Program Manager and Vice President at a private security firm, and the Maryland State Police as a Trooper and as a civilian. He also worked for the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) from 2003 to 2005. While at MDVA, Colonel Finn started the Outreach & Advocacy program.
Please join us in welcoming Deputy Secretary/Colonel Bob Finn back to the MDVA!