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By County Report 2015

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705 East Central Ave., La follette, TN  37766| Phone: 423.562.3531| Fax: 423-566-9993| ccvetoff@comcast.net

  

click here to download 2015 By County Report

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Campbell County Breaks 9th Straight Record

IT’S AMAZING WHAT PRAISING WILL DO!           PRAISE THE LORD!

The latest numbers reported from the Department of Veteran Affairs are in and The Campbell County Veteran Affairs Office is excited to report that for the NINTH STRAIGHT year in a row, our county continues to break records in monetary benefits for 3000 of its veterans and their families.  With a veteran population of 2999, we averaged $7,846.91 per veteran.

Last year, we reported that Veteran Affairs sent Campbell County $6,382 per veteran population.   In addition to 23.53 Million dollars sent to our Campbell County Veterans, the Veteran Affairs have spent 7.47 Million Dollars in Medical Care last year on our Veterans. Campbell County Service Officer, Kevin Walden continues to represent our county and state in Nashville as the 3rd term President of the Tennessee County Service Officer Association among his 100+ peers across Tennessee.  Kevin Walden continues to state that the County’s success came from God’s Guidance through PRAYER and the hard labor of his staff (Gwen Lobertini and Tanya Davis).

 

“First, our office would like to thank the Veterans and their families for entrusting us with their Veteran Affairs. We would like to thank Bob & Linda Andreas (Service Officer Emeritus)  for their past labor,  paving the way and setting the foundation so that we could continue great success.  We also would like to thank many leaders/supporters in our community that encourage the many Veterans’ programs; your support is not in vain!  I also would like to thank our each of commissioners that support Veteran’s Affairs Department & pray for their continued support.“  

 

Moreover, Campbell County Veterans now have their own VA Clinic in operation and we thank General Carl W. Stiner  for his continued support and assistance in making this a reality.  Just when we thought the VA was going to break their promise to “caring for those who have borne the battle” , General Stiner continues his “call to duty” and demonstrating true traits of a great leader.  We are blessed to have him and his family among us in our community!

 

Also, we would like to recognize the finest Honor Guards  in Tennessee who do an awesome job honoring our fallen comrades and their families. Our Honor Guards spread a positive awareness throughout Tennessee from the Army National Guard Funeral Honors Program and they are always looking for new members. For more information about the Honor Guards or Veteran Benefits in Campbell County, call us at 423-562-3531 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting.



Again, we praise the Lord for what He is doing through us.. To HIM be the GLORY!

 

Rank per Veteran PopCounty  Veteran Population 2014-15Total Expenditure 2014-2015 Per veteran Population 2014-2015
1 Montgomery, TN                     26,893  $ 289,205,060.10  $          10,754.02
2Sequatchie, TN                       1,084  $     8,615,378.38  $            7,946.68
3Campbell, TN                       2,999  $   23,532,155.41  $            7,846.91
4Stewart, TN                       2,021  $   14,083,619.39  $            6,968.79
5Washington, TN                     11,547  $   77,063,710.67  $            6,673.75
6Claiborne, TN                       2,273  $   14,917,113.59  $            6,562.37
7Fentress, TN                       1,173  $     7,696,731.51  $            6,560.15
8Johnson, TN                       1,614  $     9,581,083.12  $            5,937.14
9Lawrence, TN                       2,773  $   16,409,468.64  $            5,916.60
10Davidson, TN                     37,286  $ 213,762,931.82  $            5,733.02



Source: Dept. of Veteran Affairs http://www.va.gov/vetdata/





Check out Veteran Robert Sharp story below! 

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Source: http://www.va.gov/vetdata/Veteran_Population.asp

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Let the video below encourage you as
Vietnam Veteran gives his testimony!

Hope: Dave Roever from The Net Church on Vimeo.

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Picture donated by Leroy Morgan, US Navy Retired
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This picture forever hangs above VA welcome window

WBIR   Service & Sacrifice: Veterans Missing Out on Benefits
By: John Becker

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Click here to order DD Form 214
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Also ask for Medical/Service Records

Campbell County Veteran Service Officer
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Kevin Walden, USAF Retired

The Campbell County Veteran Service Office assists veterans and their dependents who are in need of assistance such as counseling and advice, funds, medical treatment, loaning of available medical equipment, educational benefits, burial benefits, assistance in filing necessary forms all in compliance with congressional federal law regulating the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Many of our clientele are fully dependent on VA for their survival especially for funds on which to live. There are many problems with keeping a smooth dispensation of these funds, therefore the Veteran’s Office acts as mediator.





Kevin Walden
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Campbell County Veteran Service Officer
Below: Kevin Walden with Nash VA Rep Tina Huff
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Tina goes into combat everyday for our Veterans and we thank her for her faithfulness!


Our Hours
 
Monday - Thursday
8:00am - 6pm

Wednesday's
Satellite
Location

Jellico
C.G.M.A.
Church

Our Mission
We will actively promote the rights of veterans and dependents of the United States through a progressive legislative platform. We will work collaboratively with the Department of Veterans Affairs and other nationally chartered veterans organizations to assure that veterans and their dependents receive the entitlements they deserve for the sacrifices they endured.

We are proud members of the following organizations:

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Post 154
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Chapter 105
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For more information on Steel on Wood Plaques
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Click on picture above

  

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Campbell County Veteran Affairs* 705 E. Central Ave* La Follette, TN * 37766 Phone: (423) 562-3531 Fax: (423) 566-9993