Fourteen Soldiers and one Army civilian employee will walk the stage at the monthly Fort Knox retirement ceremony May 20, 2022, at 3 p.m. in Waybur Theater. (DoD Photo)
Fourteen Soldiers and one Army civilian employee will walk the stage at the monthly Fort Knox retirement ceremony May 20, 2022, at 3 p.m. in Waybur Theater. (DoD Photo) (Photo Credit: MCCS KEVIN ELLIOTT) VIEW ORIGINAL

The monthly post retirement ceremony will be Friday, May 20 at 3 p.m. in Waybur Theater and hosted by the 100th Division deputy chief of staff G3 (Operations), Col. Shanna Spears.

The public is invited, and the event will also be live streamed on Fort Knox Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/357675082927440 (Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Firefox web browsers recommended).

The following retirees will be honored in this ceremony:

· Chaplain (Col.) David Lile, Inter-American Defense College, with 25 years of service

· Col. Stephanie Elliott, 84th Training Command, with 32 years of service

· Lt. Col. Christopher Hill, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, with 25 years of service

· Sgt. Maj. Michael Rudd, 84th Training Command, with 30 years of service

· Dawn Scholl, Fort Knox Equal Employment Opportunity, with 28 years of service

· Capt. Danny Williams, 4th Cavalry Multi-Functional Training Brigade, with 21 years of service

· Chief Warrant Officer 4 Alfred Lyons, V Corps, with 29 years of service

· Chief Warrant Officer 4 Nicholas Willden, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, with 24 years of service

· Chief Warrant Officer 3 Paul Hopping, V Corps, with 22 years of service

· Master Sgt. Tymande Burton, V Corps, with 25 years of service

· Master Sgt. Javier Garciabaez, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, with 20 years of service

· Master Sgt. Timothy McKinnis, V Corps, with 22 years of service

· Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Knighten, Ireland Army Health Clinic, with 25 years of service

· Sgt. 1st Class Enrique Murillo Jr., V Corps, with 20 years of service

· Staff Sgt. Scott Stahley, 1st Theater Sustainment Command, with 21 years of service