Worley resigns as Iowa Veterans Home commandant
DES MOINES – Gov. Terry Branstad announced Tuesday that he has accepted David Worley’s resignation as commandant of the Iowa Veterans Home and named retired Brig. Gen. Jodi Tymeson to take his place at the Marshalltown facility.
Tymeson has been serving as the home’s chief operating officer since last May. She left the Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs to become chief operating officer at the veterans’ home.
“During my tenure, my top priority has been to provide the excellent standard of care Iowa’s veterans have earned and deserved. Care of our veterans and their spouses always comes first. I worked hard to maintain that standard, and believe we have made a number of positive changes for the betterment of our veterans,” Worley said in his resignation letter to the governor.
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