New Service Officer is Robert Paylor
We are very sorry to report the passing of Jerry Tate our past Service Officer.
The Post Service officer is responsible for bringing to the attention of all veterans and their dependents the rights and benefits granted them by law. He/She must know how to utilize the expert services available through legion channels, as well as those of other agencies in his community. His/Her job is getting information to the full-time professionals to make certain that every veterans and his dependents are adequately represented. Dependents should be visited by the Post Service Officer as soon as feasible after a veteran's death. The Post Service Officer shall serve as Chairman of the Veterans Affairs and Rehabilitation Committee and work closely with the Children and Youth Committee. The Auxiliary Unit, The Post Employment Officer, and the Visitation Committee may frequently need his/her help.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits Booklet
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Online Benefits Application
Application For DD214 (Military Discharge)
How To Request Military Awards and Decorations