Chad Lennon is a US Marine Corps Officer and a lawyer who works to help veterans get their VA benefits
Chad Lennon grew up in Bayville, New York and graduated from Wagner College, Adelphi University, and Touro Law Center. He was commissioned in the Marine Corps as a Second Lieutenant in 2008. Today he is a Major in the Marine Corps Reserves serving as the Company Commander for Bravo Company. Chad
has served in a number of billets including a platoon commander, intelligence officer, and international engagements officer. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 and received the Purple Heart Medal. After graduating law school Chad worked as a criminal defense attorney in Maryland and a prosecutor in
Suffolk County, New York. While as a prosecutor Chad worked in the Veterans Treatment Court for the District Court and East End court. In February 2019 Chad was appointed Director of the Veterans and Servicemembers’ Rights’ Clinic at Touro Law Center. Chad works with a number of charitable organizations focused on assisting veterans and holds the world record for pulling a 400lb chain for 1 mile in 63 minutes and 18 seconds while raising money for the Semper Fi Fund. He resides in Rocky Point with his wife, Denni, son, Gunnar, daughter, Thalia, and their two Siberian Huskies.