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Kirk Cox

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Kirk Cox

250-B East Ellerslie Ave.

Colonial Heights, Virginia,23834

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Executive Director

Virginia Veterans Services Foundation


Development Coordinator

Department of Veteran Services , Commonwealth of Virginia


Founder, Department of Veteran Services

Veterans Service Foundation of Washington


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Veterans Update: Commending Resolutions-100th WWI Anniversary Event-Fort Lee Access-Women Veterans Summit-Veteran legislation of interest - Kirk Cox

www.kirkcox.com [cached]

Delegate Cox presents Jack Hilgers with a Commending Resolution while Rich Schollman, VSF Chairman;
On Wednesday, 22 March, at the Veteran Services Foundation board meeting I was further honored to present a Virginia House and Senate Joint Commending Resolution, which I co-chief patroned with Delegate Chris Stolle, to retired USMC Colonel Jack Hilgers. Jack recently retired as the Executive Director of the Foundation after 28 years of service to the Commonwealth and 31 years in the Marine Corps where he was awarded the Navy Cross as a Captain in Vietnam. Jack had a very distinguished career in state government to include his key roles in the 2002 study and 2003 legislation that established the Department of Veteran Services (DVS) and the Veteran Service Foundation (VSF) as well as the Board of Veteran Services (BSV) and the Joint Leadership Council of Veteran Service Organizations (JLC).


www.vaacme.org

Current Virginia ACME President Michael Midura also attended along with Paul Galanti, the Commissioner of Veteran Services and Jack Hilgers, the Executive Director of the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation.
Jack Hilgers, Executive Director, Virginia Veterans Services Foundation


www.rockbridgeweekly.com

Jack Hilgers (center right), USMC Retired, Director of Development for the State of Virginia Department of Veterans Services on September 10.
Jack Hilgers, USMC (Retired, Director of Development for the State of Virginia Department of Veteran Services and Executive Director of the Governor's Veterans Services Foundation.


www.wearevirginiaveterans.com

Current Virginia ACME President, Michael Midura, also attended along with Paul Galanti, the Commissioner of Veteran Services and Jack Hilgers, the Executive Director of the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation.


www.commonwealthtimes.org

"They can manifest in a lot of ways," said Jack Hilgers, director of development for the Virginia Department of Veterans Services.
Estimates of the number of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury range from 20 to 40 percent of the returning population, Hilgers said. That help must provide an alternative to jail, Hilgers said. "We've got enough people in jail," he said. "These veterans want to do something about their condition. They don't want to be a burden." Many states and localities have modeled their veterans courts after the program in Buffalo, N.Y. "The Veterans Court in Buffalo has a zero percent recidivism rate," Hilgers said. Jackie: Are you comparing veganism to chemo?


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