Brad Klimovitch
Adjutant - Army

Brad Klimovitch - Adjutant

Brad served in the US Army from 1975-1978. Graduating from Quartermaster School (QMS) at Fort Lee, Virginia a subordinate command of the United States Army's Combined Arms Support Command. Upon completion of his Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at the QMS school his orders for the Berlin Brigade Germany started humble beginnings at the HQ Co. 4thBattalion 6th Infantry Division Company Supply Room. Orders for a move to the 1st Infantry Division HQ Co. 701stMaintenance Battalion Fort Riley Kansas came in 1976. A move from material supply room duties shifted to the HQ Company Motor Pool and Dispatching and Parts Specialist duties. After receiving two Army Commendations for meritorious and three years of military service civilian life called him back to sunny Southern California.


A thirty plus year career in the automotive parts and service industry evolved from humble QMS training and on the job (OJT) in the Army. Brad is married to his beautiful wife Juany, and has a son Anthony (also an Army Vet) and daughter Kristine. Returning back to college in 2014 under a Chapter 38 Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment served as a gateway for a career change into the field of mental health, specializing in anger management and domestic violence batterer’s intervention education. As a member of Psi Chi Honors Society, Brad holds a bachelor’s degree in the field of psychology, with certifications in anger management and domestic violence batterer’s intervention facilitation, and domestic victims’ advocacy. 


Brad is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of North Valley Anger Management Consultants founded in 2010. Serving as the Co-Founder of California Association of Anger Management Providers (CAAMP), a 501c6 non-profit organization founded in 2012 he currently serves as the Board of Directors Secretary dedicated to the advancement of anger management services, research, and ethical provider services. 


Local affiliations include serving as the Post Commander for the Granada Hills VFW Post 2323 since 2018, Charter Member and Treasurer for the Granada Hills Champagne Toastmasters, past Board of Directors member with the Granada Hills Chamber of Commerce and past President of the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council. 


Brad is an advocate for Veteran Affairs and their families. Serving to help increase awareness surrounding the symptoms and impact of domestic violence, mental health, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and help comrades and community take positive steps towards peaceful co-existence that help create meaningful change and promote healthy relationships. Serving as an inspirational community leader, VFW scholarship program participation from local schools, teacher of the year recognition awards, Scout of the Year awards, and Law Enforcement/Emergency Response Recognition awards have been a part of, and continue to be his daily mission making VFW Post 2323 an "ALL-AMERICAN POST”.  



"No Mission to Difficult, No Task to Great! Duty First!”


That the purpose of this Corporation shall be fraternal, patriotic, historical, charitable, and educational: to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to assist worthy comrades; to perpetuate the memory and history of our dead; and to assist their widows and orphans; to maintain true allegiance to the Government of the United States of America, and fidelity to its Constitution and laws; to foster true patriotism; to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, and to preserve and defend the United States from all her enemies.