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Friday, December 5, 2008

Interim Arrangements For Veterans Affairs


December 4th, 2008

In the wake of Joe Becker’s retirement, the Potter County Commissioners have made arrangements to deal with local veterans’ needs on an interim basis. Continuity of service to veterans is the primary concern. Commissioner Paul Heimel is serving as the point person, assisted by Lucinda Weakland.

Any veteran calling with general inquiries, requests or concerns has the following options:

  • Governor’s Veterans Outreach and Assistance Center, 1-800-932-0930; or gvoac@comcast.net. The center’s representative for Potter County is Jim Krobath, who holds office hours at CareerLink in Coudersport.
  • Carl Haneline (Carl.Haneline@va.gov), 607-664-4869, a public affairs officer from the Veterans Administration facilities at Bath/Wellsville, N.Y., has agreed to serve as temporary liaison for Potter County veterans’ involvement with VA services.
  • Tioga County Veterans Affairs Director Tim Cleveland and Assistant Lewis Zuchowski (570-723-8141) are available to assist veterans who have questions about federal or state resources or programs.
  • Mike Fowler, veterans employment representative at CareerLink, has also agreed to speak with any veteran who has questions or concerns and to make referrals for issues other than employment services. He is available at (814) 274-9330, Ext. 17, or befowler@state.pa.us.

County staff will continue to monitor the telephone calls and emails that come into the Veterans Affairs Office through the published number and address for Joe Becker. Veterans who have questions or concerns are encouraged to use the resources listed above, or to call the Commissioners Office at 274-8290. Potter County Today

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