Our Mission

The Wood County Veterans Service Office will professionally represent the veteran community in understanding and attaining their benefits. Our goal is to compassionately enrich the lives of those we serve.

COVID-19 Procedure

Due to the high spread and transmission rate of COVID-19, The Wood County Veterans Services Office is taking scheduled appointments only. Please contact us for more information at 419-354-9147.

Our Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:30 – 4:30p

Sat – Sun: CLOSED

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Our office now has secure email encryption capability for the handling of documents that have clients’ sensitive information. Here’s a video tutorial walkthrough so that our clients can understand our encrypted email process. If you have something sensitive to send us, please contact us so that a member of our staff can initiate the encryption process. This video is also located on our website under the ‘Services’ section. Please call us if you would like further information or need assistance. See MoreSee Less
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We are excited to announce that we have recently launched our new veterans’ management software, VetPro! Vetpro makes it possible to conduct a completely contactless and remote appointment if a client has a smart phone or device. This video will guide you through the process of signing VA claims forms remotely and electronically from the comfort of wherever you are with internet. We can then upload the form and any supporting evidence that we have to the VA. This instructional video will be uploaded to our website’s “Services” page as well. Please call us if you have questions about this process or would like to make a traditional appointment. See MoreSee Less
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Wood County Veterans Memorial

In 1950, the Memorial was established following a generous donation by the Wood County Chapter of the Gold Star Mothers. The memorial served to venerate the names of their sons who had died in both WWI and WWII. As the United States engaged in new conflicts, the Korean, Vietnam, and the Medal of Honor monuments were added along with the names of those who served. Recently, Master Chief Edward Byers’ name was added to the Medal of Honor monument.

Future of the Wood County Veterans Memorial

This project will include both Site Improvement and Rebuilding phases. Structural and aesthetic enhancements will provide stability and visibility to the Memorial. Notably, the revamped Memorial will be completely wheelchair accessible. During the Rebuilding phase, current monuments (Korean, Vietnam, and the Medal of Honor) will be cleaned, polished, and repaired. New WWI and WWII monuments will be brought in as near-replicas of current monuments with a single piece of granite and updated, etched names. There will be new monuments honoring the Civil War, Persian Gulf/Afghanistan, and Gold Star Families added to the Memorial.

Please click the button below to contribute!

Please print the completed form and return it to Wood County Veterans Memorial, c/o Bowling Green Community Foundation, p.o. Box 1175, Bowling Green, oH 43402. email: Vmemorial@co.wood.oh.us


Current Memorial to Future Memorial

Veterans Service Commission Meeting

Public Notice

The Wood County Veterans Service Commission meets in regular session on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 8:30 AM via Zoom.

To join the meeting please log in around 8:20 AM.

Date: Tuesday,  April 27th, 2021
Time: 08:30 AM Eastern Time

Join Zoom Meeting:


When asked for a meeting number (access code) enter:

Meeting ID: 862 9922 5380

Passcode:   123456