By ASC Public AffairsMarch 11, 2015
ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. -- Maj. Gen. Kevin O'Connell, commanding general, U.S. Army Sustainment Command took to the hallways at ASC headquarters and in building 350 to recognize ASC service members and employees here, March 5.
O'Connell personally recognized 16 individuals from eight offices for outstanding achievement or service to the U.S. government.
For 35 years of federal service, Dan Carlson, Public Affairs chief, received a certificate and lapel pin.
For 30 years of federal service, Dianne Boll-Stichter, administrative assistant in the Office of General Counsel; Bruce Daasch, Army Prepositioned Stocks; Thomas Jackson, attorney in the Office of General Counsel; and Aaron Wilson, security specialist in the Provost Marshal Office, each received an American flag, lapel pin and certificate.
For 25 years of federal service, Lydia Mander, APS, received a lapel pin.
Lt. Col. Ronnie Davis, G3 (Operations), was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for his work managing 14 operational projects and an APS-5 fleet of five brigades of equipment dispersed throughout two countries.
The Army Commendation Medal was awarded to Capt. Chad Stormoen, G1 (Human Resources), for his work on ASC's 2014 Combined Federal Campaign and to Sgt. 1st Class Robbi Williams, Material Management noncommissioned officer. Williams deployed to West Africa from Nov. 15, 2014 to Jan. 15, 2015 and served as the Theater Provided Equipment property book NCO.
Joseph Ryan, chief of Intelligence, G2 (Intelligence and Security) was awarded the Civilian Superior Service Award for exceptional meritorious service to the Army from August 2012 to January 2015.
Receiving High Productivity Achievement Awards were Chief Warrant Officer 4 John Crownhart, senior aviation maintenance technician; Staff Sgt. Kevin Hopson, force protection NCO; and Linda Over, equal opportunity specialist. The Hi-Pro award is a peer-nominated award and recognizes outstanding achievement.
Jereen Phillips-Hardin received a Certificate of Achievement for her volunteerism and support of events around the island. Phillips-Hardin sung the national anthem at many RIA functions.
For receiving first place in the Community Relations category in the Army Materiel Command Maj. Gen. Keith L. Ware public affairs competition, Sgt. 1st Class Shannon Wright, public affairs NCO, received a congratulatory two-star letter. Galen Putnam, public affairs specialist, also accepted a two-star letter from O'Connell on behalf of the ASC public affairs office for placing third in the Digital Publication category.