Veterans may get legal help Saturday to draft wills at Dayton VA


Attorneys will offer veterans free help Saturday to draft wills in a legal clinic in Dayton, officials said.

“Wills for Heroes” is scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lyons Place II, on the campus of Dayton VA Medical Center, 4100 W. Third St.

Reservations are recommended by calling 937-268-6511, ext. 4225, the VA said.

RELATED: Dayton VA leader to join Ohio’s Hospice

RELATED: Stunning Grotto built by Dayton war veterans



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Military

Storm Center 7’s Kirstie Zontini flies with U.S. Navy Blue Angels
Storm Center 7’s Kirstie Zontini flies with U.S. Navy Blue Angels

It was a ride of a lifetime for Storm Center 7 Daybreak meteorologist Kirstie Zontini, who suited up Wednesday afternoon with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. The flight crew is in town for this weekend’s Vectren Dayton Air Show. Zontini took off with the team at 4:30 p.m., and is now safely back on the ground after quite the ride on an F/A-18C...
“This is a job that takes all you got:” New base leader at Wright-Patt
“This is a job that takes all you got:” New base leader at Wright-Patt

Col. Thomas P. Sherman made two firsts Tuesday: He made his first trip to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, and he became the installation commander of the largest Air Force base by population. Sounding at times like an evangelist and brimming with enthusiasm, Sherman told a crowd of about 500 at a change of command ceremony he had found his...
Dayton VA nursing home scores low in quality survey
Dayton VA nursing home scores low in quality survey

The Dayton VA Medical Center nursing home earned one star out of five in the most recent quality rating system, according to the Dayton VA. Cleveland and Cincinnati received two stars while Chillicothe received a one-star rating, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. Nearly half, or 60 of the VA’s 133 nursing homes received a one-star rating, the...
This Wright-Patt office helps broker our military sales to foreign countries. Here’s how it’s changing.
This Wright-Patt office helps broker our military sales to foreign countries. Here’s how it’s changing.

Foreign military sales at a Wright-Patterson agency are likely trending to a “new norm” of about half of last year, according to the leader of the Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation Directorate. Brig. Gen. Greg Gutterman, outgoing leader of AFSAC at Wright-Patterson who retires next month after three years in the top spot, projected...
Top Air Force leaders gather at Wright-Patt
Top Air Force leaders gather at Wright-Patt

The Air Force’s top leadership brass was at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base this week in an annual closed-door gathering known as Corona Top. Air Force officials were tight lipped on the meeting this year,set to end Thursday, but the event focused on strategy, acquisition, science and technology and innovation, according to Air Force spokesman...
More Stories