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6/2/2014 6:00:00 AM
Letter of thanks: Help for veteran appreciated

Special thanks to Perry Trotter from Trotter's RV for helping one of our Kingman veterans. We mentioned to Perry one of our local World War II vets was in need for batteries for his wheelchair. With a big smile on his face, Perry replaced the batteries at no charge for the opportunity to help one of our local vets. Kingman has some wonderful people and Perry is one of them! Thank you Perry and Trotter's RV!

Lola Surratt and Roberta Ackerman

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Reader Comments

Posted: Saturday, June 14, 2014
Article comment by: Another Thought

"Does this mean voters will have a chance to see your military records this time around?"

I'm still more interested to see it's proof of prior public service as is always proclaimed!

Posted: Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Article comment by: Betty Reeves

J CMontgomery VA Hospital in OK tried to hold my Vet against his will He was not suicidal he just needed help. He has PTSD TBI and Gulf War Illness I called the police and reported a kidnapping They were pissed at me but they had to let him go They were very hostilefromthebeginning
A VA Dr even had the nerve to say Gulf War Illnessdoesn't exist printed out 2008 Gulf War Illness and the Health of Gulf War Veterans Scientific FindingsandRecommendation Research Advis CommmitteonGulfWarVeteransIllnessesfor this DRHe refused to look at it The VA tortured us in OK Moved to AZ he started drinking and stayed agitated We went to the local VA clinic and they refused us Went back by myself begging for helpTold me nothing they can do He is 100% disabled with PTSD and TBI and he is in an uncontrolled agitation cycle. And they couldn't help meThat was in 2011 2014 he finally exploded Didn't end well for me Why are so many politicians acting like they are so out raged now? You people turned a blind eye years agoMy Veteran has a double whammy mental and physical we are dying out here I am a VA Caregiver Unable to work to keep him stable I have been accepted into the VA Caregiver program No help available for me in Kingman I am slowly dying trying to help my Vet survive HELP Betty Reeves

Posted: Monday, June 2, 2014
Article comment by: Frank Lee Speaking

@janice palmer

"I help veterans every chance I get."

You forgot to add "Vote for me!" to this shameless bit of self-promotion.

Does this mean voters will have a chance to see your military records this time around?


Posted: Monday, June 2, 2014
Article comment by: janice palmer

I help veterans every chance I get. for 3 reasons. 1. I am one. 2. they gave their all. 3. they were forced into war without having any say so about it.

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