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Area wartime veterans may have a pension coming to them

By Terry Kovarik

 

Veterans who served in wartime and are in a pinch may have money due them that they didn’t know about. The V-A’s Wartime Veterans and Surviving Spouse Pension program can provide needed funds to veterans and their families. KprovideCounty Veterans Services Officer Jane Babcock says it’s a benefit that few vets know is available to them.

 

 

Babcock says veterans or their survivors can learn more about the pension by contacting Veterans Services Offices on Lincoln Street in Kewaunee or on Nebraska Street in Sturgeon Bay.

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