Former Steeler Jon Kolb To Visit Veterans

Updated on February 9, 2011

On Wednesday, February 16 former offensive lineman of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jon Kolb will be visiting with Veterans at VA Butler Healthcare.

Kolb played with the Steelers from 1969 to 1981 and earned four Super Bowl rings. During his playing days, he was recognized as one of the strongest men in the NFL. He became strength and conditioning coach with the Steelers after his playing career ended.

Kolb will be visiting with Veterans at approximately 1:30pm on Wednesday February 16 as part of the National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans Week held February 13-19. During this week, people across the nation can say thank you to the more than 98,000 Veterans of the U.S. armed services who are cared for every day in VA medical centers, outpatient clinics, domiciliaries, and nursing homes.

Individuals or groups wishing to participate in this year’s National Salute Program are to contact Paula McCarl, VA Butler Healthcare’s Voluntary Services Coordinator, at 724-285-2575..

Throughout the year, our writers feature fresh, in-depth, and relevant information for our audience of 40,000+ healthcare leaders and professionals. As a healthcare business publication, we cover and cherish our relationship with the entire health care industry including administrators, nurses, physicians, physical therapists, pharmacists, and more. We cover a broad spectrum from hospitals to medical offices to outpatient services to eye surgery centers to university settings. We focus on rehabilitation, nursing homes, home care, hospice as well as men’s health, women’s heath, and pediatrics.