Veterans Affairs

All military veterans, their widows and families are invited to inquire as to what state and federal benefits may be available either from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or the State of Michigan.

A sample of benefits from the State of Michigan may include, but are not be limited to, emergency financial assistance, dependents tuition to state supported colleges, residency in the state veteran homes for veterans and/or their spouse.  State burial benefits for war-time veterans paid through the county.

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs benefits may include health care at the U.S.D.A.V.A. medical centers or community based outpatient clinics, service connected disability benefits, non-service connected pension benefits for disabled, low income veterans.  Also death and indemnity compensation for survivors of disabled veterans, death pension benefits for low income widows of veterans, VA home loan guaranty, education benefits for recent veterans, burial in a national cemetery, headstone for veteran graves. 

VETERAN COMMITTEES

VETERAN AFFAIRS                                                   VETERAN TRUST FUND
Joe Hale                                                                        Dennis Eldred, Chair
William Butterworth                                                  William Butterworth
James Smith                                                                 Joan DeVoss
Dennis Eldred                                                               George Gill

LIST OF VETERANS NEEDING INFORMATION FOR INCLUSION ON MISSAUKEE MEMORIAL WALL.