Alletess Timeline


The founder of Alletess, my father Thomas J Healey in 1968,

“I am honored to call him dad.”

– Veronica Kent

August 26,1980 – Alletess is incorporated in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Alletess operated in a small 2500 square foot facility for roughly 30 years until it reached capacity.

October 10, 2012 – The laboratory moves 2.5 miles to a larger facility in Norwell, Massachusetts. This allowed the lab to growth exponentially with all new equipment and efficient workflows.

June 30, 2013 – Thomas Healey retires and sells Alletess to his daughter Veronica. Tom worked side by side with his daughter for 33 years in which he entrusted her to carry out his vision.

March 1, 2017 – Alletess purchases 40,000 square foot building in Rockland, Massachusetts. The project of building out a state-of-the-art laboratory begins.

March 4, 2017 – Founder Thomas J Healey, Jr passes away at home after battling ALS. Tom was remembered as a caring man and a perfect leader.

Sept 6, 2018 – A team of ten Alletess employees ventures internationally to Berlin, Germany in pursuit of new technology and continuing education.

March 1, 2020 – A team of four Alletess travel to John Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD to see new technology and how it could help the lab.