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Sarpy County Nebraska



Provide courteous, accurate, and professional assistance to Sarpy County Veterans, their dependents, and surviving spouses in applying for federal, state, and county benefits. Advocate for Veterans' benefits throughout federal, state, and local government agencies. Represent Sarpy County Veterans in local communities and Veterans organizations and serve as a liaison between the claimants, Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA), and Nebraska DVA throughout the claims process.

Sarpy County Veterans Office

Southeast Courthouse Annex

1261 Golden Gate Drive, Suite 5E

Papillion, NE 68046-2884

Phone Numbers

(402) 593-2203, (402) 593-2204


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Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

Walk-ins - Mornings: Mondays & Fridays

Appointments Only: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

Fax Number

(402) 593-4489


The Sarpy County Veterans Service Office staff provide individual confidential counseling and assistance to Veterans and their families in applying for federal, state, and county Veterans programs and benefits. Federal Veterans benefits include the GI Bill and other education benefits, Vocational Rehabilitation, service-connected disability compensation, non- service disability pension, healthcare, home loans, and burial benefits.

Nebraska Veterans programs include waiver of tuition, admittance to a Nebraska Veterans home, homestead exemption, and emergency financial assistance from the Veterans Aid Fund (specific residency and character of discharge apply).


The Veterans Service Committee meets, in a public forum, twice a year to establish policy and procedures for the administration and operation of the Sarpy County Veterans Service Office.



Thomas Mlnarik

Veterans Service    Officer/Director





Veterans Service Specialist


Rona Chapman

Assistant Veterans Service Officer

SMSgt, USAF (Ret)



Marnita Jondle

Veterans Service Technician


 Vietnam Veterans Flight - 2017 - The Final Mission. May 1, 2017. Plans are underway for a 2nd flight (four planes) to Washington D.C. for 600 of Nebraska's Veterans who served in Vietnam. To apply, follow the link:    Patriotic Productions

On July 14, 2007, the Eastern Nebraska Veterans' Home in Bellevue, opened their doors for residents. See       State Benefits for more information.