Veterans’ Service Commission

Clinton County Veterans Service Commission LogoClinton County Veterans’ Service Commission
43 S. Walnut St., Box 2
Wilmington, Oh 45177-2399
Phone 937.382.3233
FAX 937.655.8834


Hours: 08:00 a.m.- 04:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, except legal holidays

Office located at the “Old Jail” annex building

Please use the entrance facing the Court House’s vs. the Walnut Street side entrance.

Walk-Ins accepted / Appointments recommended Please note “after hours” or “home visit” appointments are possible with one or two days’ notice.

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The mission of the Clinton County Veterans’ Service Office Commission is to provide service to our nations honorably discharged veterans by assisting them in gaining access to federal and local entitlement programs managed by the DVA (Department of Veteran’s Affairs) and the VSC (Veterans’ Service Commission).  We will at no cost to the veteran, assist him/her and or their dependent parents, spouses or children in the preparation and management of claims for benefits to which they may be legally entitled.

VA Suicide Prevention Hotline

VAMC Dayton Area: 1-800-273-8255

VAMC Chillicothe Area: 1-800-358-8262 CBOC Wilmington 937-382-3949

VAMC Cincinnati Area: 1-513-861-3100

VAMC Columbus Area: 1-888-615-9448

The Suicide Prevention Coordinator for VAMC Dayton is Sandy Coleman 937-268-6511 Ext# 5596 or 1-800-368-8262 Ext#5596.

Veterans Service Office Staff

Ray Souder, Executive Director, Army Retiree

Jeff Rollins, Veteran Service Officer, Army Retiree

Jeanie Longstreth, Receptionist, Daughter of a Veteran

Sal DeLuca, Van Driver, Army Veteran

Gary Fronsoe, Van Driver, Army Veteran

Jack Fisher, Van Driver, Army Veteran


  • Mike Mider – Board Member, Army RVN era,  American Legion
  • Richard James, Board Member, Navy, (GW era) DAV
  • Mike Sutton, Board Member, Army (RVN), VFW (at large)
  • Charles Shoemaker – Board President, USA (PT) VVA, MOPH, KW(at large)
  • Leslie J. Rose – Board Member, USA, (RVN era), AMVETS (at large)

* Denotes military retiree


Patriotism and Loss of Life

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