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Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch speaks to attendees of Vets Work WI: Veterans Employment Summit March 26 in Madison where veterans and current servicemembers met to hear about employment in the areas of law enforcement, nursing and transportation.

Ron "Stuffer" Worthey, Army veteran of the Vietnam war from Waupaca, WI, receives a Vietnam veterans certificate from Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch at the capitol Feb. 5.

Secretary Scocos and former Secretary Boland dedicate the Marden Meeting Room as the Kenneth C. Wendt Meeting Room at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King.

Gov. Walker and Larry Kutschma, Board of Veterans Affairs, present a 2015 WDVA Grant certificate to Custom Canines Service Dog Academy for “Heroes for Heroes” Service Dogs for Veterans on Jan. 15.

Governor Walker speaks at the tree lighting ceremony for the Capitol Christmas Tree in the rotunda on December 5. This year’s Christmas theme is “Honoring Wisconsin’s Veterans.”

WDVA Secretary John A. Scocos and Board of Veterans Affairs Chairman John Townsend each received an award from Donald Loudner, National Commander of the National American Indian Veterans, on November 13.

WDVA Sec. Scocos, State Sen. Lassee, Sturgeon Bay Mayor Thad Birmingham, USCG Capt. Amy Cocanour and Veterans Museum Director Michael Telzrow pose with a plaque from WDVA dedicated to the Coast Guard in Wisconsin.

Air Force Col. (Ret.) Don Heiliger speaks at Never Forgotten: Honoring Wisconsin’s Veterans, a veterans ceremony at the State Capitol November 7, about his time as a POW during the Vietnam war.

The Milwaukee Metropolitan NCO Council retires the colors at Never Forgotten: Honoring Wisconsin’s Veterans, a veterans ceremony at the State Capitol November 7.

Gov. Walker stands with Jean and Cliff Fisher on November 6 at the Governor’s Residence after presenting Mr. Fisher with a Certificate of Recognition for his many charitable donations in support of Wisconsin veterans in the past year.
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April 30, 2015
  •  DWD, Fox Valley Technical College, Fox Valley Workforce Development Board, Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce, Woodward Radio:  Oshkosh Area Employment Fair at Sunnyview Expo Center in Oshkosh

May 12, 2015
  •  USDVA, Wisconsin Procurement Institute, and TAPCO:  3rd Annual Department of Veterans Affairs Business Conference in Milwaukee

May 15, 2015
  •  WDVA:  Women Veterans Workshop in Eau Claire

May 16, 2015   ARMED FORCES DAY

May 17, 2015
  •  WDVA WVH-KingOpen House at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King

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