DALE SUITER: Continued Frustration – but be encouraged!



By Dale R. Suiter STAFF WRITER

Working with Vets of different ages on an individual basis is rewarding. When a Vet “FINALLY” receives an entitlement or benefit it is a rewarding experience. Relief is a very common experience for Vets when the VA finally “kicks in”. Vets pay bills, get medical attention, go to college and obtain prescriptions buy a house and relax – or can they?

Often, following the granting of benefits Vets (and those that work to help them) develop an “over the shoulder” approach to life with the VA. There is an undercurrent of mistrust with the Vets I work with. I give in to it to. Why? Why do Vets not trust the one federal agency that many believe exists to improve the lives of very damaged military veterans? Forms, forms, forms and more forms.

Phone numbers, talk to machine after machine after machine after machine and on and on. For all those who work to help Vets – remember – it is all about the Vet and his or her family. Without individuals who work with Vets – many of them that do receive benefits would be destitute. Hang in there folks. When you (and the Vet) win one, sit back and enjoy the moment. They are not all that common.


Dale R. Suiter


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Dale R. Suiter served in the United States Marine Corps June 1966 - February - 1970. He served with Ammo Company First FSR, 2nd CAG Q-6 and Q-3, H&S 81's 3/9 and 1/3. His service "On the Rock" was with Ordanance Schools, Camp Hansen. Following the Marine Corp, he completed a career in public service - prison and jail operations. In addition, he completed a career as a reserve officer with the Michigan Army National Guard. His two sons and two sons-in-law are veterans of the war on terror. The family continues in service to the United States of America.