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Recognizing high achievers

December 19, 2018
Kristin Blake pictured with Beth Hull. Blake was awarded The Commander's Award for Civilian Service.

HUNTINGTON — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District held an Awards Ceremony to recognize several team members for achievements and meeting service milestones.

The Commander’s Award for Civilian Service was presented to Kristin Blake for her exceptional contributions to dam safety supporting the Dam Safety Modification Mandatory Center of Expertise from October 2017 to February 2018.

The Commander’s Award for Civilian Service was presented to Anthony Cremeans and John Ferguson for their outstanding efforts as a Levee Safety Team Lead during the federal response to the 2018 Ohio River flood.

The Commander’s Award for Civilian Service is presented to Raynell Napier for her outstanding leadership efforts to successfully accomplish Dam Safety Training and the Emergency Exercise goals of the Huntington District.

The Achievement Medal for Civilian Service was presented to Jeffery Lee for outstanding service from October 2017 to June 2018 as a General Supply Specialist.

The Achievement Medal for Civilian Service is presented to Thomas Rice, Civil Engineer, Cost Engineering Section for providing cost engineering technical support for roughly 140 issues on a Preventive Maintenance Service Contract from January 2018 through April 2018.

The Achievement Medal for Civilian Service was presented to Annie Williams for exceptional service from July to September 2018 as a Facilities Specialist, Huntington District, where she simultaneously managed three renovation projects worth in excess of $215,000 within the federal building.

The 2017 District Special Emphasis Program Office Supervisor of the Year was Lisa Morgan. She made great strides to hire qualified women and individuals with disabilities and has served as a champion and advocate for her employees.

The 2017 District Special Emphasis Program Office Woman of the Year was Dr. Georgette Hlepas for leading state-of-practice design and construction of critical day safety modification projects.

Tracy Baker, Stephen Harris, Michael Hatten, Jeanne Mullins and Kelly Poff were recognized for 25 years of federal service.

Sean Call, Kathleen Crisp, Buckner Douglas, Cheryl Fitzwater, Ricky Hammond, Dennis Hughes, Timothy Smith and Adam J. Pabrazinsky were recognized for 30 years of federal service.

Lea Bodmer and Randy Campbell were recognized for 35 years of federal service.

Dennis Teremi and Roger Roy were recognized for 40 years of federal service.

Pamela L. Lamblin was recognized for 50 years of federal service.

The Mosul Dam Task Force was recognized as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) 2018 Project Delivery Team of the Year for exemplifying all aspects of the USACE Business Doctrine. Team members who were present include: Jonathan Aya-ay, Maria Bowden, Richard Canterbury, Jerry Casto, Gregory Fosson, Georgette Hlepas, John Johnson, Adam Kays, Derek Maxey, Brenden Mckinley, Stephen Spoor and Kenneth Woodard.

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