about RAYMOND GONZALEZ

SSgt Raymond Gonzalez (USAF-SEP) has worked the streets of New York City as an Emergency Medical Technician, chased bad guys with the New York City Housing Police Department and explored the world as a Flight Medic with the United States Air Force. After serving his country, he pursued his entrepreneurial goals owning car dealerships in the Saint Louis Metro East, Southern IL region.

He lives in Plymouth, MA, has worked remotely for Shop.com deploying eCommerce enabled websites and social media solutions for small businesses and recently stood up the Business Development Center for Honda of Plymouth.

Currently he is the Massachusetts Veteran Program Coordinator for Vantage Mobility International and founder of the American Wheelchair Van Society connecting disabled warriors with State, Federal and Private funding for the purchase of specially adapted wheelchair vans in Boston, MA. His work has afforded the heroes of Massachusetts the independence and mobility they deserve.

Veterans Fitness Career College, another happy client!
VFCC provides veterans, active duty personnel, public service workers, and their dependents a viable and sustainable fitness career via the college’s flexible and convenient online learning program that is uniquely designed to accommodate the social and economical needs of “America’s Best.”
Contact Raymond Gonzalez or view his portfolio.
Client Review:
Raymond is truly one of the most professional, respectful, service oriented professionals I’ve ever hired (or worked with for that matter). 
As a Multi-Channel Social Media & Internet Sales Expert at Snites, we outsourced our Web Presence to Raymond. His customized solutions, products, tools, and services are excellent. He is always very quick to respond to questions with quality answers. 
Raymond truly invests himself with companies in such a way that is deserving of a long-term business relationships. 
I highly recommend you hire Raymond to help with your web presence needs and be sure to thank him for his Honorable service as a USAF Veteran. March 29, 2012
Top qualities: Great Results, Good Value, High Integrity
Chris Paschane Principal, Veterans Career Collegehired Raymond as a Graphic/Web Designer in 2012, and hired Raymond more than once

Veterans Fitness Career College, another happy client!

VFCC provides veterans, active duty personnel, public service workers, and their dependents a viable and sustainable fitness career via the college’s flexible and convenient online learning program that is uniquely designed to accommodate the social and economical needs of “America’s Best.”

Contact Raymond Gonzalez or view his portfolio.

Client Review:

Raymond is truly one of the most professional, respectful, service oriented professionals I’ve ever hired (or worked with for that matter). 

As a Multi-Channel Social Media & Internet Sales Expert at Snites, we outsourced our Web Presence to Raymond. His customized solutions, products, tools, and services are excellent. He is always very quick to respond to questions with quality answers. 

Raymond truly invests himself with companies in such a way that is deserving of a long-term business relationships. 

I highly recommend you hire Raymond to help with your web presence needs and be sure to thank him for his Honorable service as a USAF Veteran. March 29, 2012

Top qualities: Great Results, Good Value, High Integrity

Chris Paschane 
Principal, Veterans Career College
hired Raymond as a Graphic/Web Designer in 2012, and hired Raymond more than once


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I may be biased here… but Fragile Porcelain Mice does it for me!

*head banging right now*

Nice work Mark Heinz, def preciate’ ya!

Check out their music here: FPM Music

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Ray has a serious love for life that comes through in his work. It’s a pleasure to be in business with him.
— Mark A. Heinz
Co-founder, Managing Member, Snites LLC

worked directly with Raymond at Snites LLC
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Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
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Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos
Snites video shoot.  
Special thanks to: 
Lighting: Tony Mueller 
Production: Mark Heinz
Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian
Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock
Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty
view photos

Snites video shoot.  

Special thanks to: 

Lighting: Tony Mueller 

Production: Mark Heinz

Graphics Design: Dan O’Sabian

Photography Equipment: Denise Dill & Tara Braddock

Facilities: Jeffrey McCarty

view photos

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Drumming Legend Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel, Karen Carpenter, Elton John) of Brooklyn NY will answer YOUR questions!
Courtesy: Mark Heinz (Fragile Porcelain Mice) of Collinsville IL.
“Drummer, lecturer, clinics, producer, father, husband, son,” proclaims his Facebook bio.
These are just some of the hats worn by the inimitable Liberty DeVitto, a true drummer’s drummer. A man whose name and music always come to mind when I reflect on my first days of taking drum lessons and pursuing the drummer’s life. A man whose rock-solid, authentic New York swagger, attitude, and groove carried such classic tunes as “Big Shot”1 to levels they likely would not have reached with anyone else in the drum chair.
If you’ve ever heard Liberty play, then I don’t need to tell you that he’s the real deal. His playing speaks for itself.
Anyone with an Internet connection can easily discover that, on top of being a stellar musician, Liberty is also obviously a very loving and devoted father and husband, someone willing to put his name and his talent to work helping children and the community, and basically an all-around decent human being. The kind of guy you’re glad is still out there doing his thing and just being here with us in this lifetime.
I am stoked and honored to have made his acquaintance, and I know we’d all like to get to know him a little better—to pick the brain of a living legend. He’s graciously agreed to answer some reader-submitted (i.e., from YOU) questions.
Please send me your questions for Liberty DeVitto in the blog comments here, via email, on Twitter, or on Facebook. It’s up to you, but you’ve only got ’til Monday, October 4th, to get your questions in.
I’ll collect all of the questions and make an announcement to let you know when the deadline has passed, then Liberty will choose five (5) questions to answer right here, exclusively at SwingStomp.com, in the very near future.
Ask away!
1 “Big Shot” appears on Billy Joel, 52nd Street (LP, 1978).
- MARK HEINZ - SwingStomp.com

Drumming Legend Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel, Karen Carpenter, Elton John) of Brooklyn NY will answer YOUR questions!


Courtesy: Mark Heinz (Fragile Porcelain Mice) of Collinsville IL.

“Drummer, lecturer, clinics, producer, father, husband, son,” proclaims his Facebook bio.

These are just some of the hats worn by the inimitable Liberty DeVitto, a true drummer’s drummer. A man whose name and music always come to mind when I reflect on my first days of taking drum lessons and pursuing the drummer’s life. A man whose rock-solid, authentic New York swagger, attitude, and groove carried such classic tunes as “Big Shot”1 to levels they likely would not have reached with anyone else in the drum chair.

If you’ve ever heard Liberty play, then I don’t need to tell you that he’s the real deal. His playing speaks for itself.

Anyone with an Internet connection can easily discover that, on top of being a stellar musician, Liberty is also obviously a very loving and devoted father and husband, someone willing to put his name and his talent to work helping children and the community, and basically an all-around decent human being. The kind of guy you’re glad is still out there doing his thing and just being here with us in this lifetime.

I am stoked and honored to have made his acquaintance, and I know we’d all like to get to know him a little better—to pick the brain of a living legend. He’s graciously agreed to answer some reader-submitted (i.e., from YOU) questions.

Please send me your questions for Liberty DeVitto in the blog comments herevia emailon Twitter, or on Facebook. It’s up to you, but you’ve only got ’til Monday, October 4th, to get your questions in.

I’ll collect all of the questions and make an announcement to let you know when the deadline has passed, then Liberty will choose five (5) questions to answer right here, exclusively at SwingStomp.com, in the very near future.

Ask away!

1 “Big Shot” appears on Billy Joel, 52nd Street (LP, 1978).

- MARK HEINZ - SwingStomp.com

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