Fort Rucker was recognized as the 2020 Southeast Tristate Combined Federal Campaign Medium Agency of the Year. Lyster Army Health Clinic served as the lead agency and coordinator for the campaign this year. LTC Danielle K. Rodondi, Commander, Lyster Army Health Clinic, was the Fort Rucker local Federal Coordinating Committee (LFCC) Representative. The Fort Rucker CFC Project Officers were CPT Catherine Munro, Lyster Medical Company Commander, and CPT Philip Naas, Chief Environmental Health.

Due to the generosity of the federal employees, the huge efforts of the Campaign Managers, and the great support and engagement of leadership, donations both monetary and volunteer hours will make a positive impact on the community.

Mr. William Kidd, Deputy to the Commanding General, USAACE and Fort Rucker, presented coins to both CPT Nass and CPT Munro for their hard work and inspiration during the campaign. Their efforts were evident by the 6% overall increase in donations during this past year's campaign. CPT Munro remarked, “We are proud of this accomplishment and overall humbled by the donations and efforts of those within Fort Rucker.” The CFC has a tremendous legacy of caring and making a difference. “We are honored to be able to assist with contributions to charities that can help those in need during this time of difficulty for so many,” concluded Munro.

Fort Rucker awarded 2020 Southeast Tristate CFC Medium Agency of the Year.
Mr. William Kidd, Deputy to the Commanding General, USAACE and Fort Rucker, presented coins to CPT Philip Naas, Chief Environmental Health and CPT Catherine Munro, Lyster Medical Company Commander, for their hard work and inspiration during the Combined Federal Campaign. Fort Rucker was recognized as the 2020 Southeast Tristate Combined Federal Campaign Medium Agency of the Year. (Photo Credit: Janice Erdlitz) VIEW ORIGINAL

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