• About Us

    The primary functions of the Wyandot County Veterans Service Office are to provide financial assistance to veterans and their dependents who have been met with an unexpected hardship and assist with the filing of VA claims. The Office also provides transportation services for veterans to and from various Veterans Administration medical centers in the area. The Commission staff, including county veterans’ service officers establish programs of outreach and coordination with other agencies in the county to enhance other available services to veterans.   The County Veteran Service Officers (CVSO's) advise and assist present and former members of the armed forces, veterans, and their spouses, surviving spouses, children, parents, and dependents in presenting claims or obtaining rights or benefits under any federal or state law. The Commission provides assistance with burying indigent veterans.   The Wyandot County Veterans Service Commission is legislated by title 59 of the Ohio Revised Code and funded by a portion of Wyandot County property taxes.   Each of the 88 Veterans Service Commissions in the State of Ohio has a board Commissioners created under the Revised Code Section 5901, who govern and administer the programs for their respective counties.


    The Wyandot County Veterans Service Commission is not funded by, or associated with the Department of Veterans Affairs, however our Veteran Service Officers assist veterans and their families with VA claims.

  • Our Staff

    Day to Day Operations

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    Theresa Miller

    Director/County Veterans Service Officer (CVSO)

    Navy Veteran

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    Elizabeth Braun


    Air Force Veteran

  • Financial Assistance

    We offer financial assistance to qualified veterans. Financial assistance can be used for unexpected expenses. To find out if you qualify or to fill out an application, please contact the Office Staff. Click the link below to view our Financial Assistance Policy.

  • Wyandot County Veterans ID Card


    The Commission recently adopted a resolution authorizing a locally produced Veterans Identification Card right in our office.


    The identification cards will list the following:

    1. Veterans Name 
    2. Address 
    3. Dates of service 
    4. Date of discharge 
    5. Branch of service 
    6. Date of birth
    7. The indexed location of the Veterans DD-214 with the County Recorder's Office.
    • All locally issued Veteran Identification Cards expire 10 years from the date of issuance.
    • Your DD-214 must be registered with the Wyandot County Recorders Office.
    • In most instances, the ID cards are made by appointment only. Please contact Beth to schedule today!

  • The New VA Identification Card

    Have you received yours? Please visit the link on the right to get started today.

    (Registration and Verification Required)

  • Contact Us

    We are here to help!

    250 Highland Parkway, Suite B
    Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
    Mon-Fri 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Closed for Lunch 12-1

    Closed on Weekends
    and Federal Holidays