Military & Veterans

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SUPPORTING OUR MILITARY

Behr values the service and sacrifice of our U.S. veterans, active military members, and their families, and invests in partnerships, programs, and resources to address the unique challenges that come with the return to civilian life. We strive to create an environment where transitioning service members and current Behr veterans can reach their full potential. 
Meet a few of our Behr Service Members
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Taneya R.
Filling Supervisor, Behr Paint Company


Born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Taneya currently serves in the Army National Guard as a Staff Sergeant in the Communication Intelligence arena. She was eager to stay close to where she grew up, so the National Guard provided an excellent opportunity for her to give back to her community. She appreciates the challenge the military provides of professional discipline, healthy lifestyle, and in helping her develop well-rounded leadership skills.
 
She began her career journey with Behr as a tinter in their distribution center. During her first year, she became a skilled equipment operator, and played a key role in the distribution center relocation. In 2022, Taneya was promoted to Filling Supervisor at Behr’s manufacturing facility where she leads a staff of seven team members.
 
Taneya enjoys working at Behr and appreciates how the organization and her leaders fully support her when she must report for her military training.


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Craig P.
Territory Sales Representative, Behr Paint Company


Craig was born and raised in the Cleveland, Ohio area and entered the United States Navy after high school. Growing up with a heavy interest in aviation, he entered the Navy as an Aviation Ordnance Technician and reached the rank of E-4 before finishing his enlistment.

He entered the military to provide himself with more diverse experiences through travel and learning about individuals from varying backgrounds. When his enlistment was complete, he chose to return to Cleveland where he is currently a Territory Sales Representative for Behr Paint.

Craig believes the military taught him to take pride in his job, to have a team mentality of working together, and to clearly communicate while working hard to make a better life for himself and his family.


   Behr Veterans Network


​​​​​​​Our Behr Veterans Network consists of team members representing 6 different US military service branches as well as those who have served in other countries throughout the world.

The Network’s mission is to strengthen the community of Behr service members by supporting and encouraging one another through shared experiences, military recruitment, career development, community involvement, professional growth, and retention.


In our communities, our Behr veterans lead the way by identifying and leading external veterans’ causes and by strengthening our collaborations with current military service organizations.



Supporting military service organizations


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artner with grassroots and national military organizations that serve veterans and service members in the communities where our team members work and live.


Recipients of grants and in-kind paint donations have included Hire Heroes USA, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Working Wardrobes® VetNet program, Veterans Community Project (VCP), and multiple Habitat for Humanity chapters with Veterans Build programs.

With Hire Heroes, a multi-year philanthropy partner, we participate in career fairs to assist transitioning service members with employment assistance.




Serving veterans in our communities


​​​​​​​Our team members, both veterans and civilians, share a passion for supporting veterans in our communities.

Behr colleagues volunteer on projects with veterans’ nonprofits, such as American Legion chapters, Veterans Village of San Diego, Habitat for Humanity Veterans Build projects throughout the US, and Working Wardrobes’ career events at military bases. 


Volunteer activities include charity walks and runs; food, clothing, and toy drives; fundraisers; career support; and paint/home improvement activities.