Honoring Our Veterans
Capital Cardiology Associates is proud to support the Troy Military Banner Committee and WNYT News Channel 13’s “We Salute You” hometown heroes in honoring our veterans
Troy Military Banners
Honoring Troy’s Veterans
From the Revolutionary War to present day servicemen, throughout the streets of Troy, New York, you will find banners honoring Collar City veterans. Along with each veterans photo is a their name and dates of service, giving residents the opportunity to discover the great deeds many performed and the stories you never knew.
The Troy Military Banners Committee purpose is to provide a means to honor veterans and their sacrifices, while also providing information on who they are and what they for future generations.
We Salute You
Recognizing our Hometown Heroes
We Salute You is a year-long recognition on News Channel 13 that salutes the local men and women who have proudly served in our military. Each day one service member is featured in News Channel 13’s newscasts.
We Salute You service members are broadcast daily on WNYT as well as being featured online.
Capital Cardiology Associates is a proud official sponsor of the “We Salute You” program. To learn more on having your solider saluted, click here.
Honoring those who have served
Capital Cardiology Associates proudly salutes our veteran staff members.
Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
Dr. Woods served as Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army, a Staff Cardiologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, DC. While there he was awarded the distinction of Master Clinician.
Dr. Sullenberger served four years on active duty service as Major at Walter Reed as a staff cardiologist, where he received several awards for his teaching of residents and fellows.
James Savaria Jr., CMA
James served as a Petty Office 1st Class for 15 years in the US Navy. He spent most of his career on board submarines cooking for the crew. He earned several commendations and awards.
Michael Tuch, RCS/LPN
Served in the United States Air Force as weather tech from 1973-76.
Tom Gardner, Nurse
Served in the Army for the 1st Armored Division and 3rd Infantry Division, while stationed in Germany. Thomas was Distinguished Honor Grad of his AIT Class, served as a combat lifesaver and cook supporting many different units while deployed/in training. He was Soldier of the Quarter for the 3rd Infantry Division and received several Army Achievement Medals and an Army Commendation Medal.