About Nick Palarino

Nick retired from the U. S. Army after 22 years of service in the Field Artillery.  Nick served at Fort Sill, OK, Baumholder, Germany, Korea, and Fort Carson, CO.  He also deployed in support of OPERATION Joint Endeavor, Bosnia, Herzegovina and OPERATION Iraqi Freedom and OPERATION New Dawn.  Following his Army service, he transitioned into the private sector where he first was a contractor assisting in the training of the UAE military. 

He then worked as a Transition Assistance Specialist under the Soldier for Life Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and then worked for the non-profit organization Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Organization.  After reaching his mid-life crisis, he took a sabbatical and hiked the 500 mile long Colorado Trail from Denver to Durango with his Son.  After his wife of 30 years met him at the trail head and told him to get back to work, he joined the Medicare Mentors team because his passion is to still serve and assist the Veterans and their Families.  Nick is active with the community and continues to hike the trails in his backyard of Colorado.  ​​​
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