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As we plan for your safe care moving forward the following safety measures are in place and will remain in place until further notice. Thank you for your patience during this uncertain time. VA is here for you. More Details

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As we plan for your safe care moving forward the following safety measures are in place and will remain in place until further notice. Thank you for your patience during this uncertain time. VA is here for you. Learn more.

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Utah says goodbye to a hero

William E. ChristoffersenWorld War II Veteran and 75-year legionnaire William E. Christoffersen will always be remembered as a man who fought for his country and his fellow Veterans. It was his life’s mission. Christoffersen died in early June, just days shy of his 94th birthday at the state veterans home named in his honor. The Cache Valley native was . Learn More.

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