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Small Crowd of Veterans Get Lots of DAV Information
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Tony Villarreal, representing Disabled American Veterans (DAV), met with nine local veterans at the Colorado City Library to present information about recent changes and to make good on the DAV Pledge, since its inception in 1920, “fulfilling our promises to the men and women who serve.” The meeting took place on Wednesday, February 6 at 1 PM and lasted a little over an hour.

DAV is a non-profit association of over 1.2 million U.S. Military Veterans who suffered some degree of disability while serving in time of war or armed conflict. As a Service Officer, Villarreal provides claims representation to all injured and ill veterans, their spouses and survivors regardless of when they served. He also helps all veterans, families and survivors navigate the process of entering the VA system for earned benefits or medical care. There is no charge for the assistance.

Villareal receives training in Denver and is certified annually in his position which is designed to help disabled veterans to optimize the benefits available to them.

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