Veterans' Services Officer: Timothy Niejadlik
Upper Pioneer Valley Veterans' Services District
Address: 294 Main Street, Greenfield, MA 01301
The Town of Gill is a member of the Upper Pioneer Valley Veterans' Services District. Complete contact information for the District, along with other helpful information, forms, and links, can be found at the District's website: Upper Pioneer Valley Veterans' Services District.
Michael F. Hastings is the Town's representative to the District. He can be reached by telephone at 413-863-9804.
Chet Kuzontkoski is the Town's Veterans' Graves Officer. He can be reached by telephone at 413-863-9284.
COVID-19 Update 04/06/2020
During this COVID crisis, the Upper Pioneer Valley Veterans’ Services District office located at 294 Main Street, Greenfield, MA continues to be staffed in accordance with Federal, State and Local guidelines. Our office is closed to walk in services until May 4, 2020 but we continue to work to service our veterans and their dependents.
Our Veteran Services Officers continue to process Federal VA claims and are available via telephone, email and US mail to answer any questions that our veteran population may have.
Massachusetts’s State Veteran benefits continue to be processed and sent out according to the same schedule. If you are part of our veteran community and have questions or need assistance please contact our office at 1-413-772-1571
We will respond as soon as possible.
Tim Niejadlik, Director
ATTENTION GILL VETERANS
If you served in the Military between 1976 to present, and were a resident of Gill upon entering the service, we need to hear from you. The Memorial Committee is currently studying the possible placement of a new Memorial Monument or plaque. To determine the size we need to know the number of Veterans who will be on it. Just call one of the Memorial Committee members: Chet Kuzontkoski 863-9284; Doug & Elaine Smith 863-3115; Gary & Merri Bourbeau 863-8613. Thank you.
Massachusetss Veterans Benefits Advisor
MassVetsAdvisor.org strives to serve the nearly half-million Veterans living in Massachusetts, and their Families, as a bridge to the many benefits that they have earned in defense of our nation. It is an easy to use website that helps Veterans and their loved ones find the services and programs that they deserve. By combining state and federal benefits information into one tailored online search, Veterans and their Families now have access to one stop shopping for all of their needs. Access to financial, education, and housing benefits that once took hours to research, resulting in dozens of phone calls, meetings, and frustration, are now just one click away on MassVetsAdvisor.org.