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Vision

We envision all Tribal veterans will have access to all benefits due to them from the Veterans Administration, the Tulalip Tribes, and all entities which provide such benefits.

Mission

Our mission is to provide any assistance necessary for Tulalip veterans to achieve our vision and to provide documentation to the administration, the Board of Directors, and the people regarding our activities in the effort to serve our veterans.


Gold Star Mothers

During World War One, families displayed a gold star in their window to honor a son that had died in the war. As an enduring tribute to their sons, many mothers banded together offering each other support and sympathy. They formed the Gold Star Mothers organization in 1918 to help veteran families deal with their grief.

Tulalip's chapter of the Gold Star Mothers began with the loss of two Tulalip sons, Alphonsus Bob and Elson James. The grief faced by these mothers is immeasurable and we honor the ultimate sacrifice made by their sons. The Tulalip community has taken an active step in memorializing its Gold Star Mothers by renaming streets and parks in their honor.

WWI
Katrina Bagley
Mother of Elson James
Julianne Jackson
Mother of Alphonsus Bob

KOREAN
Nora Dillon
Mother of Joseph Charles, Jr.
Marya Moses
Mother of Walter Moses, Jr.

VIETNAM
Katherine Campbell
Mother of Donald Campbell
Elsie Price
Mother of Larry Price

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  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 1

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 2

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 3

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 4

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 5

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 6

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 7

Vision

We envision all Tribal veterans will have access to all benefits due to them from the Veterans Administration, the Tulalip Tribes, and all entities which provide such benefits.

Mission

Our mission is to provide any assistance necessary for Tulalip veterans to achieve our vision and to provide documentation to the administration, the Board of Directors, and the people regarding our activities in the effort to serve our veterans.


Gold Star Mothers

During World War One, families displayed a gold star in their window to honor a son that had died in the war. As an enduring tribute to their sons, many mothers banded together offering each other support and sympathy. They formed the Gold Star Mothers organization in 1918 to help veteran families deal with their grief.

Tulalip's chapter of the Gold Star Mothers began with the loss of two Tulalip sons, Alphonsus Bob and Elson James. The grief faced by these mothers is immeasurable and we honor the ultimate sacrifice made by their sons. The Tulalip community has taken an active step in memorializing its Gold Star Mothers by renaming streets and parks in their honor.

WWI
Katrina Bagley
Mother of Elson James
Julianne Jackson
Mother of Alphonsus Bob

KOREAN
Nora Dillon
Mother of Joseph Charles, Jr.
Marya Moses
Mother of Walter Moses, Jr.

VIETNAM
Katherine Campbell
Mother of Donald Campbell
Elsie Price
Mother of Larry Price

Announcements

New Tulalip veterans website published. If you or a family member are not represented on the roster page, please contact us.

Veteran's Day Assembly at Quil Ceda Elementary

During the November 9th, 2017 Veteran's Day Assembly our 3rd grade children of Quil Ceda Elementary wrote special letters giving thanks to our veterans. They also were able to present these letters and shake our veteran's hands. Our Veterans were very humbled and would love to share the letters received with all Veterans.

Click on image below to read letters

Upcoming Events

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  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 1

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 2

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 3

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 4

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 5

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 6

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 7

Vision

We envision all Tribal veterans will have access to all benefits due to them from the Veterans Administration, the Tulalip Tribes, and all entities which provide such benefits.

Mission

Our mission is to provide any assistance necessary for Tulalip veterans to achieve our vision and to provide documentation to the administration, the Board of Directors, and the people regarding our activities in the effort to serve our veterans.


Gold Star Mothers

During World War One, families displayed a gold star in their window to honor a son that had died in the war. As an enduring tribute to their sons, many mothers banded together offering each other support and sympathy. They formed the Gold Star Mothers organization in 1918 to help veteran families deal with their grief.

Tulalip's chapter of the Gold Star Mothers began with the loss of two Tulalip sons, Alphonsus Bob and Elson James. The grief faced by these mothers is immeasurable and we honor the ultimate sacrifice made by their sons. The Tulalip community has taken an active step in memorializing its Gold Star Mothers by renaming streets and parks in their honor.

WWI
Katrina Bagley
Mother of Elson James
Julianne Jackson
Mother of Alphonsus Bob

KOREAN
Nora Dillon
Mother of Joseph Charles, Jr.
Marya Moses
Mother of Walter Moses, Jr.

VIETNAM
Katherine Campbell
Mother of Donald Campbell
Elsie Price
Mother of Larry Price

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  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 1

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 2

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 3

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 4

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 5

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 6

  • Tulalip Veterans helps veterans with services and coordination of activities – photo of honor guard 7

Vision

We envision all Tribal veterans will have access to all benefits due to them from the Veterans Administration, the Tulalip Tribes, and all entities which provide such benefits.

Mission

Our mission is to provide any assistance necessary for Tulalip veterans to achieve our vision and to provide documentation to the administration, the Board of Directors, and the people regarding our activities in the effort to serve our veterans.


Gold Star Mothers

During World War One, families displayed a gold star in their window to honor a son that had died in the war. As an enduring tribute to their sons, many mothers banded together offering each other support and sympathy. They formed the Gold Star Mothers organization in 1918 to help veteran families deal with their grief.

Tulalip's chapter of the Gold Star Mothers began with the loss of two Tulalip sons, Alphonsus Bob and Elson James. The grief faced by these mothers is immeasurable and we honor the ultimate sacrifice made by their sons. The Tulalip community has taken an active step in memorializing its Gold Star Mothers by renaming streets and parks in their honor.

WWI
Katrina Bagley
Mother of Elson James
Julianne Jackson
Mother of Alphonsus Bob

KOREAN
Nora Dillon
Mother of Joseph Charles, Jr.
Marya Moses
Mother of Walter Moses, Jr.

VIETNAM
Katherine Campbell
Mother of Donald Campbell
Elsie Price
Mother of Larry Price

Announcements

New Tulalip veterans website published. If you or a family member are not represented on the roster page, please contact us.

Veteran's Day Assembly at Quil Ceda Elementary

During the November 9th, 2017 Veteran's Day Assembly our 3rd grade children of Quil Ceda Elementary wrote special letters giving thanks to our veterans. They also were able to present these letters and shake our veteran's hands. Our Veterans were very humbled and would love to share the letters received with all Veterans.

Click on image below to read letters

Upcoming Events