Paul Piccuito, CEO

My name is Paul Piccuito the owner and CEO of Vet Access Inc. I grew up in Quincy Massachusetts, a small city just outside of Boston. I attended North Quincy High School from 2000 through 2003, and at the beginning of my sophomore year in 2001, my life changed forever.  On September 11th 2001, terrible people attacked our great nation, and after realizing the devastating impact of the attack, I knew what I wanted to do with my life. I was going to join the United States Marines and hunt the terrorists that attacked our country, to fight for those who lost their lives and loved ones that day, and to preserve the honor of our country.

After graduating high school, I went to boot camp, followed by Infantry Training School. In 2005 I deployed with alpha co. 1st bn 25th Marines to Fallujah, Iraq. I was injured by a roadside bomb while conducting security from the gun turret of my hummvee and after returning home in 2006, the medical staff told me that I was no longer able to deploy due to my injury.

After retiring from the Marines, I joined the Hingham fire department in 2008, and I am now 26 years old, currently attending Bunker Hill Community College full time in order to earn my associates degree in fire science. I got my start in the stair lift industry two years ago when I was approached by a fellow firefighter and veteran Nick Biello to do some part time work installing stair-lifts with a company called Living Free Home, and was instantly intrigued by the business. I enjoyed the work so much that I began to look into the possibility of owning my own stair-lift company. After a lot of time, money, and dedicated hard work, I founded Vet Access Inc. to service the healthcare and accessibility needs of my fellow veterans as well as all others who seek to control their own mobility and accessibility, and live prosperous and meaningful lives.  

I have worked installing stair lifts, handicap ramps, vertical wheelchair lifts and other home accessibility devices and have seen first hand the difference it can mean to a persons life.  Whether it is grandma or grandpa getting upstairs safely or a fellow Vet finally regaining the dignity of entering his own home unaided, the work is immensely satisfying. 

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