Office open to the public/ Mandatory Masks
Effective 8 June 2020, the Pottawattamie County Veteran Affairs will be open to the public. Our office is taking significant steps to make sure the building is as clean as possible. We ask that you call the Office at 712-328-5797 if you would like to schedule an appointment before coming to the building.
Key Services & Resources
The services we provide include completion of forms, referrals, follow-up services, assistance as needed, free of charge to veterans and their dependents. Our caseworkers are nationally accredited by the Federal Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Commission of Veteran Affairs Department provides two programs:
- Skyler Dooley | Chairman
- Holly Collins | Secretary
- Jesse Shea | Member
- Ellen Fritz | Member
- Michael K. "Mick" Guttau | Member
Veteran Affairs Staff:
- Nick Jedlicka | Director
- Peggy Becker | Case Worker III
- Paul Rosenberg | Case Worker II
- Pamela Wilke | Case Worker II
- Brenna Maher | Case Worker I
- Vacant | Receptionist
This site is intended as a place to remember and honor American service members lost in Afghanistan and Iraq.
There is a profile for each service member based on available information. Obituaries received from Legacy.com newspaper affiliates are also included. Information is updated daily. In addition, there is a Guest Book for each service member. All Guest Book entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content.
Home Base Iowa’s mission is to provide veterans and transitioning service members and their families with opportunities and benefits for a successful transition in Iowa — a place to call home. Visit their website to learn more about those opportunities in Pottawattamie County.
Pottawattamie Commission of Veteran Affairs Updates:
Fax: (712) 328-5726
Monday through Friday
623 6th Ave
Council Bluffs, IA 51501