Nashua Native Slattery Wins VOLUNTEER Award

At its 2015 Annual Meeting, United Way of Greater Nashua (UWGN) presented its VOLUNTEER Award to Kevin Slattery, president of Etchstone Properties in Nashua.

The VOLUNTEER Award is reserved for volunteer leaders who demonstrate the desire to share their time and expertise in the pursuit of UWGN’s goals. In addition to contributing many hours, the VOLUNTEER Award winner demonstrates outstanding passion and commitment, and is instrumental to United Way’s activities, programs and mission.

Slattery, who joined the UWGN Board of Directors in 2008 and now serves as its Secretary, leads efforts to enhance UWGN’s presence and effectiveness in the community. In presenting the award, UWGN President Paul Hebert praised Slattery for “always being among first to step up whenever help is needed” and leading by example. “Kevin not only serves on our Campaign Cabinet, but runs a fantastic company campaign and provides testimonials to inspire others to support our community through United Way,” Hebert added. “He’s always willing to recruit other business leaders and he even gets his hands dirty by installing and removing our heavy roadside campaign signs.”

Kevin Slattery United Way of Greater Nashua 2015 VOLUNTEER Award

Kevin Slattery (center), president of Etchstone Properties, accepts United Way of Greater Nashua’s 2015 VOLUNTEER Award from United Way President Paul Hebert and Board Chairperson Lucille Jordan.

Slattery’s other volunteer service includes:

  • Past board member for Home Health and Hospice Care (currently volunteers for that agency)
  • Vice-chair of the Greater Nashua Workforce Housing Coalition
  • Donated office space to Home Health and Hospice Care
  • Installed several sculptures in and around Nashua as a volunteer for the Department of Community Development and Arts Symposium

Kevin and his wife, Diane (his high school sweetheart), reside in their native Nashua. They have two sons and two granddaughters.

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