Cook County honors all women veterans

In commemoration of Women’s History Month, President Todd H. Stroger and the Cook County Board Tuesday paid tribute to military service women and women veterans including those who paid the ultimate price for their country.

In commemoration of Women’s History Month, President Todd H. Stroger and the Cook County Board Tuesday paid tribute to military service women and women veterans including those who paid the ultimate price for their country. Pictured from bottom left: Rochelle Crump, President, National Women Veterans United, Melissa Montalvo, Social Work Intern at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, Sgt. Hattie Tyson, U.S. Army, Jesse Brown V.A. Medical Center, Master Sgt. Victoria Anderson, (left to right second row) Comm. Earlean Collins, Comm. Bridget Gainer, Comm. Joan Patricia Murphy; Comm. Deborah Sims (rear) Luz M. Hein, Chief Social Work Service, Jesse Brown V.A. Medical Center; President Todd H. Stroger; Comm. Elizabeth "Liz" Gorman Doody; (rear) Richard A. Morbidoni, Superintendent, Veterans Assistance Commission of Cook County; and Comm. Jerry Butler.

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