Col. Paul McAneny, USAF (Ret)

Transition Committee Chairman, MOAA Tampa Chapter

Col. Paul McAneny, USAF (Ret)

Paul McAneny is a 27-year Air Force veteran. He held multiple leadership positions in logistics, aircraft maintenance, postgraduate instruction, and Combatant Command Headquarters staffs. He served multiple deployments to Southwest Asia combat zones as well as in Europe, the Pacific, and throughout the U.S. Following military retirement, Paul was a senior manager for over three years with Walmart in the nation’s largest supply chain network.


As a financial professional with 1847Financial, Paul is dedicated to helping active duty military, veterans, and their families achieve personal, professional, and financial success. He draws on a vast business and social network as well as extensive experience in both the public and private sector to specialize in assisting military members faced with daunting career changes. Paul takes great pride in his ability to provide military transition process advice and industry connections in addition to a range of options for income protection and detailed analysis/comparison of available military retirement benefits.


Paul is a mentor in the 13th Judicial Circuit (Hillsborough County) Veterans Treatment Court, chairman of the Military Officers Association of America-Tampa Chapter Transition Committee, and recent chairman of the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee. He also stays active in the Rough Riders 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment, local political organizations, and several other veterans’ support groups.


Paul and his wife, Rebecca – an ultramarathoner and mother of three daughters – live in Lithia, Fla. Their eldest daughter, Campbell, recently graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University and is pursuing an Event Planning/Hospitality Management career; middle daughter Madeleine recently graduated from the University of Alabama and is a Corporate Finance Specialist at Amazon; and youngest daughter Erin is a sophomore at the University of Alabama.