The Disabled American Veterans, or DAV, is an organization
chartered by the United States Congress for disabled military Veterans of the United States Armed Forces that
helps them and their families through various means. It currently has over 1.2 million members.  It was formed
on September 25,1920.The Disabled American Veterans Organization provides service free of charge through
a nationwide network of 88 DAV National Service Offices, 38 Transition Service Offices, 198 DAV Hospital
Service Coordinator Offices, 52 state-level DAV Departments, 249 DAV VA Voluntary Service Representatives,
and more than 1900 local DAV Chapters.


















Chapter 16  was  formed many years ago to help our disabled veterans, We
pride our selfs in keeping  our members informed of Veteran benefits and news.

Chapter 16  was located in Yonkers, New York, but due to a dramatic increase in
members, we moved our headquarters to Greenburgh, New York, we continue to serve Veterans not only from
Yonkers and Greenburgh but all parts of Westchester County.

Chapter 16   is one of the only Tri-State Chapters with a website.  We created this website in hopes that
all veterans and disabled veterans will visit this site and learn not only what the DAV stands for but to
enlightened Disabled American Members of their rights and benefits.

Chapter 16  is dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect
and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of
benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating
the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans
transitioning back to civilian life.

Chapter 16 Honors Carmine DiPasquale



Chapter 16 Women's Auxiliary,  has been formed by Mary Ann De'Toma.  Mary Ann  is
currently the Auxiliary  President.  Mary Ann has devoted her time, energy and expertise in helping Chapter 16
achieve many awards for our outstanding work, not only with Veterans but also within our community, her
recognition is greatly appreciated
.

To join the women's auxiliary, contact Mary Ann 914-564-6875
Questions or Comments on website
bill73141@yahoo.com      
Chapter 16, Auxiliary is proud to announce her Safety 1st Defensive Driving Course,
which has been in business since 2007, providing stress free quality classes with no test,
all while respecting diversity within a friendly environment, saving you money on your
automobile insurance.  You may be eligible to on your driving record!  Additionally you will
learn safe driving skills and up to date New York State Vehicle and Traffic rules and
regulations.

Mary Ann DeToma is a New York State certified (6 hour) defensive driving instructor and
sole proprietor of Safety 1st Defensive Driving.  Mary Ann holds a Bachelor's Degree in
Business Management, a New York
State Property and Casualty Insurance Broker's License and a Paralegal certificate.  She is
also auxiliary President for the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 16,
Greenburgh, New York.