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Memories shared with those who serve...
Service to Veterans Award
Left: General & Mrs. James H. Dickinson with me and Sam. It was a tremendous honor to have been recognized for BG/R Bob Drolet's
"Service to Veterans" Award on
November 8, 2019, at the 14th Annual Madison County Veterans Day Prayer Breakfast.
Volunteer Family of the Year Award
(Pictured Below) With Lieutenant General (LTG) Richard P. Formica and his wife Diane in 2012. My family was recognized by the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Volunteer Family of the Year Redstone/Huntsville Chapter. It was an absolute honor and privilege to receive this award. LTG Formica hosted the event at the command headquarters via VTC with outlying area units.
Pictured Below: Jim Rountree (left) and Kris McBride (Presiden AUSA) presenting Volunteer Family of the Year award to us.
(Below) I managed the Soldier and Family Program for the Commanding General at the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command. One of my responsibilities was to host the Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Conference each year. Below is 2011 a weeklong conference from Colorado Springs, Colorado. At the closing of the conference, LTG Formica and CSM Turner signed the new Army Family Covenant.
Left: In April 2016, I received the Employee of the Year award from Lieutenant General David L. Mann, the Commanding General of the SMDC where I worked.
Right: AUSA President, Colonel/Ret John Wright presented me with an Employee of the Year Plaque at the dinner.
(Above) I was recognized by Lieutenant General David L. Mann and Command Sergeant Major James Ross for Superior Civilian Service award.
(Above) Sam and the Officers from SMDC attended the DA Civilians of the Year dinner to cheer for me.
Whenever I went to Precept Training, there she was, the founder of Precept ministry Kay Arthur. Great learning experiences and meeting her was a bonus!
Soldier and Family Program Manager
As a community volunteer as a Soldier and Family Program Manager, I have had many privileges and the honor of meeting high ranking Army Generals and receiving their nice comments about my work.
O' Lord, How Great Thou Art!
There it was, a tall white Cross was standing by the seaside of Kwajalein. In February 2012, I traveled to Kawjelein with the Commanding General of U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command LTG/R Richard Formica. As a Soldier and Family Program Manager, I went there to make the quality of life assessments for the Army families.
Meeting great baseball and football players is always a great pleasure
Korean War Veterans
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