Welcome to MCVSO
2015 Veterans Day Parade: Saturday, November 7.
For more, including parade entry forms and route map, visit our EVENTS page
Our county veteran service officers and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality of service, support and counseling for all veterans. We will provide referral service to other state and federal agencies for veterans, surviving spouses and their dependents to ensure quicker access to the benefits to which they are entitled. We are not part of the Department of Veteran Affairs; we help veterans navigate the DVA system.
County service officers work closely with various veterans organizations and the Tennessee Department of Veterans Services . Training and certification of county service officers is provided by the Tennessee Department of Veterans Services, as prescribed by T.C.A. 58-3-111.
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VETERANS VOICE COLUMN-Twice a month in The Leaf-Chronicle.
Back row, left to right: Director Frank Mir, Assistant Director Stacey Hopwood, Counselors Cindy Layton, Sandy Britt and Manny Nuñez,
Front row, left to right: Administrative Assistants Marlow Johnson and Vickie White, Counselor Kelli Meseberg
Veterans Pension and Surviving Spouse Pension
GI Bill and Education
Military Service and Discharge Records
The Veterans Service Organization is involved in organizing and or recognizing many veterans' community activities including:
- Veterans Day Parade
- Memorial Day Ceremony
- Flag Day Ceremony
- WWI Commemorative Community Ceremony
- WWII Commemorative Community Ceremony
- Korean War Commemorative Community Ceremony
- POW/MIA Day, V-J Day and Pearl Harbor Day
- and many other important veteran-related dates and events.