New American Legion office in Sunnyside will be used to help process vets’ service claims

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With the installation of new office equipment, Sunnyside American Legion Post 73 will now be able to help area veterans with service claims in a more timely manner, according to Post Commander Troy Monholland (center). Pictured in the new office with Monholland are DeLessa Restucci, post adjutant; and post finance director Nate Bridges, who donated the office space for the post’s use. Photo by Julia Hart.

With the donation of a new computer, printer and office space, Sunnyside American Legion Post #73 is ready to begin processing local veterans’ service claims from a new downtown Sunnyside location.

According to Post Commander Troy Monholland, the equipment was donated to the post by Benton REA, the state American Legion Department and with a donation from Greg Schlieve.

Sunnyside Legion member Nate Bridges also donated office space at his downtown Bell and Bridges CPA offices for use by the American Legion post, Monholland explained.

Bridges is also the post financial officer.

Monholland said the computer will be mainly used by post adjutant DeLeesa Restucci, as well as post service officers Greg Schlieve and Leroy Werkhoven…

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2 Responses to New American Legion office in Sunnyside will be used to help process vets’ service claims

  1. Avatarrussd83 says:

    Yet another Restucci in the news! Congrats on getting the facility and equipment in Sunnyside. You guys do good work.

    • Avatarjim® says:

      Thanks Russ, I am so proud of DeLeesa for stepping up and being willing to serve as Post Adjutant for the American Legion, and District 17/Post 3482 Quartermaster for the Veteran’s of Foreign Wars. She is truly doing her part to give back to those who gave and continue to give so much.