About Us

The 4 Pillars of Focus for All Things Veteran

Community

As a military family of those who have served – and their loved ones – we have a special bond that transcends individual circumstances. This bond is strengthened by interaction and connectivity. This community is a place where veterans – and those who support them – can come together as one.

Community

As a military family of those who have served – and their loved ones – we have a special bond that transcends individual circumstances. This bond is strengthened by interaction and connectivity. This community is a place where veterans – and those who support them – can come together as one.

Awareness

The difficulties of service is something you seldom hear veterans talk about – and yet its impacts are very real. Having a community and resources to strengthen our veterans is vital. It is our goal to provide a community and resources that can act as a strength for all who have been impacted by their service.

Intel

The growth that takes place when active in the military is a strength for those who transition to the civilian world. It is our goal to add to that intel by providing resources that will help veterans build upon the skills they learned while in the military – and continue to be as great as they once were.

Intel

The growth that takes place when active in the military is a strength for those who transition to the civilian world. It is our goal to add to that intel by providing resources that will help veterans build upon the skills they learned while in the military – and continue to be as great as they once were.

Patriotic

The freedom that many have fought and died for is undoubtedly our most precious gift. It’s that knowledge of what is being protected that gives us the most profound gratitude. It is the admiration we feel for the bravest us among that gives a true sense of patriotism.

THE BEGINNING OF ALL THINGS VETERAN

 

This idea for All Things Veteran started with two buddies who wanted to give back to the veteran community.

We grew up together in a small Eastern Utah town called Price – and have been best friends since our teenage years.

I (Jacob) bring with me a rich military background – which includes my own service.

I (Darron) have been a long-time supporter of the military – and bring with me the civilian perspective.

The balance we both bring gives strength to All Things Veteran – as both veterans and their supporters are an important to this community.

Jacob Sanderson

As an Army Brat who grew up moving all around the world – when the time came it made sense for me to enlist in the local Army National Guard unit – I was 17 years old.

I became a 68W combat medic (91B at the time) with the 1457th combat engineer battalion. I served as a line medic with 3rd PLT Alpha company.

I completed one 15-month tour to Baghdad Iraq in the spring of 2003 until the summer of 2004.

I completed my 6-year commitment and continued my civilian education becoming an emergency room RN.

In 2011 my O-4 brother talked me into joining his unit and becoming Airborne. It sounded like a great idea so I took a commission and joined the 197th Special Troops Company.

Darron Rowley

Darron grew up in a small town in Eastern Utah, and after serving a two-year religious mission moved to Salt Lake City to attend College.

Darron graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in finance. From a young age he has loved entrepreneurialism – where he would often start small businesses as a kid – which included anything from selling candy and basketball cards, to a lawn mowing business.

Darron has long been a faithful supporter of the U.S. Military. Over the past 10 years he has worked closely with veterans in helping them reach their financial goals while using their VA Home Loan Benefit to buy a home.

He resides in Herriman, Utah with his wife and three young children.

As an expert in personal finance, he spends a great deal of time helping others conquer their finances so they can live a more fulfilling life.