TKC Holdings, LLC Honors Its Military Veteran Employees at Special Event

St. Louis-based TKC Holdings, LLC will recognize 15 of its military veteran employees at its Oldsmar, Fla., office on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Company leaders, including CEO Chris Alberta, will be on hand for the first annual Veteran’s Celebration Day ceremony and luncheon, organized to thank and celebrate TKC employees who have served their country in the armed forces.

Alberta will present honorees with new laptop computers specially outfitted with an online learning tool that provides leadership and professional development training. Users will have access to more than 230 certification courses in areas such as management, office productivity, business skills and IT service management. The computers and training software are made possible by a federal Veteran Continuing Education Grant TKC received for the purpose of supporting and enhancing Florida veterans’ professional abilities and growth.

TKC employees being honored on Tuesday include U.S. Navy veterans Fred Botero, Kevin Bradt, Dylan Cox, Samantha Pomerleau, Theodore Powell Jr., Michel Romage and Joimil Valdez; U.S. Army veterans Ashley Coxwell, Ronald Gunn, Joseph Jackson and Scott Rich; U.S. Air Force veterans Dustin Garner, Brian Grassel and Christopher Markham; and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Josh Siano.

TKC Holdings, Inc., specializes in leading distinctive market segments by offering superior products and unmatched customer service. The company is comprised of Trinity Services Group, Keefe Group and Courtesy Products, which all operate under the ownership of H.I.G. Capital, a leading global private equity investment firm. Each is a successful and respected leader in its industry—together they bring a common history of innovation, growth and integrity under one entity. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, and with corporate offices in Oldsmar, Florida, TKC Holdings employs 6,140 people throughout the country. For more information, visit

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