Araman, Terry M.
Born in San Francisco, California in 1947, Terry Araman served three years as an Army medic including service with the 9th Infantry Division, Vietnam, 1968-1969. As Past Director of Madison Street Veterans Association, a homeless veterans service organization, Terry led the efforts to establish MANA (Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force) House, a transitional living center housing 52 homeless veterans. Terry’s other volunteer accomplishments include 16 years with Sun Sounds, Radio Reading Service for blind and print-handicapped persons; member of Amnesty International, including 4 years as Phoenix Group Coordinator; Congresswoman Sinema’s Veteran Advisory Council; Chairman of Congressman Gallego’s Veteran Action Council; and Past Vice Chair and current Director, Unified Arizona Veterans. Terry Araman continues to dedicate his life to making homeless veterans whole again with shelter, healing, education, and employment.