Roscoe G. Butler of the American Legion Washington DC Office Discusses Service Issues at the Dept. of Veterans Affairs with Ken Kraetzer, John Chuhran and Jack McGuirk of Sons of the American Legion Radio.
Deputy Director for Health Care
National Veteran Affairs and Rehabilitation (VA&R) Division
The American Legion
Roscoe Butler was appointed Deputy Director of The American Legion's Veteran Affairs and Rehabilitation (VA&R) Division in June, 2014. He is responsible for overseeing representatives that conduct site visits of Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Facilities in conjunction with The American Legion's "System Worth Saving" Program. Mr. Butler also provides veterans analysis, advocacy, and training on Veterans Health Administration (VHA) trends and policies.
Roscoe served three years in the United States Army from May 1974 to May 1977. After his honorable discharge, he was employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs in October 1977. He worked at six Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care facilities and the VA Central Office in 1992. Prior to his retirement, he was Deputy Director for Policy in the Veterans Health Administration, Chief Business Office. After 37 years of service to our Nation’s Veterans, he retired from the VA in Dec. 2011.
This interview aired on WVOX New Rochelle, NY on April 11, 2016.
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