About Veterans Press

Robert F. Croskery

Rob CroskeryVeterans Press is the brainchild of a service disabled veteran, Robert F. Croskery. Rob was in the West Point Class of 1982 and served a total of 34 years in the United States Army and the Army Reserves, the last 10 of which were served at U.S. Special Operations Command (“The Quiet Professionals”). Rob retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. Rob is very mission oriented, and guides himself by the motto “Duty, Honor, Country”, and those ideals permeate Veterans Press.

Office: (513) 504-3555
Direct Dial: (813) 244-5580

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Henry Bucklin

henry bucklin veterans press llcMr. Bucklin’s 20 plus years of executive experience in the graphic arts community and his experience as a veteran of the US Army (82 Airborne) bring exceptional value to every customer of Veterans Press. Henry brings his driving commitment for excellence to every project and every order for every customer, every time. This passion is reflected with each print project being produced to the highest standards in the print industry and the Veterans Press commitment that every order be delivered on time.

Henry’s experience includes working with members of the Fortune 1000 as a commercial printing and distribution expert. His focus has been with production of consumer product sales and marketing materials, including the fulfillment and kitting of those materials for regional and national distribution.

Office: (513) 504-3555
Direct Dial: (513) 543-6732

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Melinda E. Knisley, Esq.

melinda knisley veterans press llcMelinda E. Knisley , Esq. is the General Counsel and Vice President of Corporate Affairs for Veterans Press, LLC. Melinda is responsible for Veterans Press contracts and compliance with federal, state and local laws. Companies who do business with the government must comply with applicable federal, state and local laws concerning procurement opportunities for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Melinda is available to explain these regulatory requirements to customers of Veterans Press, LLC.

Melinda began her career as a lawyer working for a large Cincinnati law firm, Taft Law. She worked as the Assistant General Counsel for Clopay Corporation for several years, where she got very broad corporate experience. In addition to being General Counsel to Veterans Press, LLC, Melinda is a partner in Croskery Law Offices. Melinda has a huge heart for service disabled veterans, and is strongly behind the Company’s mission to provide training and employment opportunities to disabled veterans, and veterans in general. Melinda is married to a 100% service disabled veteran. For more information on Melinda, see her LinkedIn profile here.

Office: (513) 504-3555
Direct Dial: (513) 505-7926

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Our Mission

Our mission is to provide top quality, fairly priced commercial printing, exemplifying the highest standards of customer service, and innovative product development. Veterans Press, LLC seeks to employ veterans and service-disabled veterans, in addition to print professionals who have deep experience in the commercial printing industry. Veterans Press, LLC, like most U.S. companies, recognizes that veterans have been trained through their military service to demonstrate a very high degree of professionalism, discipline and commitment to a team effort.

Many companies are required to give a certain amount of business to certified SDVOSB (Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business) companies. It is very difficult to get this certification. In fact, there are very few SDVOSB certified commercial printing companies in the U.S. We would like the opportunity to demonstrate that service disabled veterans can be very loyal business partners, while filling corporate compliance requirements to do business with veterans and disabled veterans.