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DAV mobile office to visit Coshocton

| March 4, 2015

COSHOCTON – The Disabled American Veterans is bringing its “office on wheels” to Coshocton.

On Monday, March 23, the DAV’s Mobile Service Office will be situated in the Rural King Supply parking lot between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. and a national service officer will be on hand to provide counseling and claim filing assistance for veterans. Rural King is located at 779 S. Second St.

According to Jim Marszalek, national service director, the DAV’s primary goal is to make sure veterans get all the benefits that they have earned.

National service officers counsel and assist with the development of evidence, completion of required applications and prosecution of claims, bringing benefit and services education to veterans and their families where they live.

Persons with any questions are being directed to Steven Strodbeck of the Cleveland National Service Office at 216-522-3507.

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