County Veteran Service Officers
The County Veterans Service Officer has a compassionate
understanding of the problems, which confront veterans, widows, widowers, and children. The County Veterans Service Officer
knows the extent, the meaning and the application of laws
that have been passed by the U.S, Congress in the interests
of veterans and their dependents. They also know the rules
and regulations adopted by the Department of Veterans Affairs
to clarify and implement those laws. The County Veterans
Service Officer will apply specialized knowledge in the best
way suited to the needs of every individual veteran or other
beneficiary who comes to the office for assistance.
VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER
Don Stoy retired from the Dallas Fire Department in May of 1990 after 31 years.
He worked for the 86th District Court as a Baliff for several years and in March of 1998 was appointed the Veterans Service Officer for Kaufman County.
“I have enjoyed serving the veterans of this county very much. My goal is to continue to work with the older vets, and to be prepared to incorporate the Gulf War veterans in the system as they return and begin to need assistance with VA claims.