Kurtz and Caswell welcome state commander for Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary to state Capitol

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From left: state Sen. Bruce Caswell, Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary state Commander Anna Lockwood, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, state Rep. Kenneth Kurtz, and Nicholas Cook from the DMVA.State Rep. Kenneth Kurtz and Sen. Bruce Caswell on Tuesday welcomed Anna Lockwood, the state Commander for the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, to the state Capitol.

“It was a great honor to welcome Anna Lockwood to Lansing,” said Kurtz, R-Coldwater.  “Her work with men and women who have given so much to protect our country and the promises of freedom we offer is tremendous, and I look forward to continuing to work with organizations like hers to provide services to our veterans once they return home.”

Lockwood said she hopes to continue working with state lawmakers to provide greater services to returning veterans.

“As state commander for the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, I wanted to visit the Capitol in Lansing and meet with our elected leaders to share with them that our organization is always ready to serve those in need,” Lockwood said.