Veterans Affairs and Services

Martha Wilber, Interim Director

Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm
Closed: 12pm to 1pm for lunch

Surbeck Building, 3rd Floor
201 North Shiawassee Street
Corunna, MI 48817

P: 989.743.2231
F: 989.743.2393

Serving the Veterans of Shiawassee County, Michigan

The Shiawassee County Veterans Affairs and Service Office is committed to providing services and assistance to Shiawassee County honorably discharged veterans and their dependents.

The process of finding, applying for, receiving and maintaining veteran’s benefits can be confusing and frustrating. It is our privilege to see that veterans receive the maximum benefit amount and are informed of all federal, state or county benefits to which they and their dependents may be entitled. Our expertise and service is free of charge.

We treat all veterans with courtesy, compassion and respect.

Shiawassee County Veterans Affairs and Services Newsletter

We are proud to share with you a Veterans Newsletter that our office has created. This newsletter will run each month to showcase a number of events and different Veteran’s issues.

Monthly newsletters will be available online and in our office. Feel free to send an email to to get added to the monthly newsletter list.


 Interim Director/Veterans Services Officer: Martha Wilber 

Martha Wilber

Martha Wilber is the daughter of Vietnam Veteran, married into a Michigan National Guard family (both her husband and father-in-law were members of the Guard). 

She continued her service to our country and the Veterans, spouse and dependents of veterans while working for the MSU Extension for over 13 years in Clinton County in the zero to 8 early child development programs. Working Housing Service Mid-Michigan covering both Clinton & Eaton counties.

As a Shiawassee County Veterans Services Officer act as liaison for the veterans and their families in obtaining benefits from the DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs). She assists veterans in filing service-connected disability claims with the DVA and assists veterans and their families in obtaining benefits relative to Aid and Attendance, education and burial benefit.

Casey Wilder – Administrative Assistant

Casey Wilder is the granddaughter of a WWII Veteran. 2013 graduate with honors, Magna Cum Laude of Baker College Owosso and awarded Associates of Business Degree.

Casey Wilder

 She has lived in Shiawassee County area for most of her life; married 13 years with 3 wonderful children.

Her goal is to provide administrative support to ensure the efficient operation of the office. The administrative duties include preparing forms, maintaining filing systems, month and year-end reports, prepare vouchers for payment, prepare and modify documents, organize and schedule meetings, minutes, data entry, order office supplies and other related functions. She assists walk-in visitors, answer incoming calls, schedule appointments, and order veteran records.

Casey assists veterans and their dependents (widowed spouses and minor children) with their emergency needs such as housing, food, utilities, and other needs. Assists in the preparation and completion of applications requesting financial assistance and presents the applications to the Veterans Affairs Committee and/or the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund Committee. She works with the applicants to let them know about other resources that are available in and out of the county. She also works with homeless veterans and discusses the available options such as homeless shelters, SSVF (Supportive Services for Veteran Families) grant, and the HUD-VASH (Housing and Urban Development-Veterans Affairs Supported Housing) vouchers, that they may be eligible for. She works with the veteran and other agencies to assist the veteran in obtaining permanent housing.

Transportation Coordinator: Noah Woodbury



Noah Woodbury is the grandson of a Veteran; he and his wife of 15 years live in Shiawassee County and have 4 children. Woodbury is a coach for the Owosso Youth Football.

Noah Woodbury schedules and coordinates transportation to and from VA medical appointments for Shiawassee County Veterans that request our services. He maintains the volunteer driver schedule to make sure the month is covered for all rides, and fills in personally if no volunteer driver is available. He prepares monthly reports for the Saginaw VA office on the use and expenses of the DAV van. Noah also assists with various office tasks.
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