Garin Veris Joins Foran Realty Group

Former New England Patriot, graduate of Boston College Law School...
Garin Veris is a former New England Patriot and Boston College Law School graduate. (Courtesy photo)

Dennis, MA – Foran Realty Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Garin Veris to its Marketing Team.

Veris was a member of the New England Patriots for seven seasons. He was a member of the Patriots 1985 AFC championship team and played in Super Bowl XX. Veris was also named to the Patriots All Decade Team for the 1980’s and he still holds the record for a Patriots Rookie with 10 sacks.

A graduate of Stanford University, he received his Juris Doctorate from Boston College Law School. He also holds a Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson License.

“Garin is well known throughout the Country for his Community Involvement” commented Patrick Foran, Foran Realty President. “He has served on numerous Community Boards including the Boston Strategic Crime Council, created by the late Mayor Menino, The New England Sports Museum, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Seacoast New Hampshire and Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans to cite just a few”. Veris was named the New England Patriots Alumni/Charitable Foundation Volunteer of the Year in 2018. He has been a regular volunteer at Dream Day on Cape Cod for many years.

Over the past 18 years Veris has served in various management capacities at both the collegiate and high school levels.

“We are most excited to have Garin join our growing Team. His strong work ethic and his on-going commitment to the Community is most consistent with our Corporate Culture” Foran added.

A resident of Yarmouth Port, Veris will work out of the Dennis Village office of Foran Realty


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