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Plan Your Legacy

Memorial Committee
On Monday, July 18, 2022, a small but dedicated group consisting of a
former VVA 1106 Chapter President, a Chaplin and three current Board
Members met and began to roll out what will be known as “The
Memorial Committee”. This brainchild came to be born out of necessity! Far too many of us Veteran’s, families and friends have little or no idea of the amount of time and required paperwork that must be completed when a Veteran dies and the many small but important steps that 

Our Mission
To lessen the amount of time and assist with the required paperwork to
properly handle the ‘ins and outs’ of a hero’s death. To provide ample
contact information during this emotional period.
Key contacts:
Milton Omoto - - 303-453-9219
Joseph Plant - - 303-328-5600
Rev Garry Turks - - 720-447-2369
John Vargas - - 719-323-7131
Lee White - - 303-519-2252

Patti Ehline - - TBD

Plan Your Legacy Booklets

Text on photo: "To care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan." - Abraham Lincoln

Veterans Information Fillable Forms

Form 21p-530 Application for Burial Benefits

Form 21p-534EZ Survivor Claim for Benefits

Form 22-5490 Dependent’s VA Education Benefits

Form 26-1817 Loan Guarantee Eligibility

Form 27-2008 Application for US Burial Flag

Form 40-1330 Claim for Headstone or Marker

Form 40-1330M Medallion for Private Cemetery

Form 10-10d Application for CHAMPVA Benefits

Form 40-10007 Pre-Need Determination Eligibility for Burial

Other Resources

National Cemetary Information Click here!

National Archives and records Click Here!

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