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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor

For Immediate Release
New Veterans Service Office Opens
Knox County Veterans Services
November 5, 2012 - This morning, Mayor Madeline Rogero, Mayor Tim Burchett, Congressman John J. Duncan, Jr, State Senator Becky Duncan Massey, and other officials cut the ribbon for the new Veterans Service Office in Knox County at 1000 N. Central St. in the Knox Central Building.
Ribbon Cutting for new Veterans Services Office
Donald Smith - Tennessee Assistant Commissioner of Veterans Affairs and members from the Rolling Thunder Tennessee Chapter 3 were also at the event.

The mission of the Veteran's Service Office is to assist Veterans and their dependents in filing applications for:

  • Service Connected Disability Compensation
  • Improved Pension Program with Housebound/Aid and Attendance
  • Health Benefits Enrollment
  • Burial Benefits, Flags, Headstones, Markers and Military Honors
  • Order Replacement Copies of Discharge Papers, Military Records and Service Medical Records
  • GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation and Dependents Educational Assistance
  • VA Insurance Programs
  • File Notice of Disagreements and Appeals for Denied Claims
  • Completing Annual EVR's (Eligibility Verification Reports) Due the first Monday in March

    The office provides information to Veterans and families on all federal and state benefits earned by Veterans in their service to their country.
  • For Immediate Release
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