Molly Cooke
Fort Stewart Public Affairs

 

Photo by Diane Johnson
Above: Fort Stewart Garrison Commander Col. Bryan Logan and Garrison Senior Enlisted Advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Rebecca Myers pose with the fourth quarter FY20 Garrison Award of Excellence winners, Alexander Dixon, Brian Mixon and Andrea Everett during an award ceremony held outside the Garrison headquarters building, Nov. 16 on Fort Stewart.

Civilians recognized for mitigation efforts in community

Civilian employees from across Fort Stewart were recognizInsed by the Installation Management Command and Fort Stewart Garrison command teams for their active roles in COVID-19 mitigation efforts throughout the past year.
During the ceremony, the Fort Stewart Garrison Commander Col. Bryan Logan, along with the Fort Stewart Garrison Senior Enlisted Advisor Command Sgt. Maj. Rebecca Myers, presented each awardee with a letter from the IMCOM Commander Lt. Gen. Douglas Gabram and Command Sgt. Maj. Joe Ulloth commending them for their instrumental leadership during the pandemic.
“We wanted to take this opportunity to recognize all of the hard work this team has done,” Logan said. “The work, sweat, stress and uncertainty of this year has taken a toll on a lot of people. The least we can do is say ’Thank you.’ It’s truly amazing what takes place behind the scenes.”
The Fort Stewart Garrison command team also recognized Andrea Everett, Directorate of Human Resources; Alexander Dillon, Directorate of Public Works; and Brian Mixon, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security, as the Fort Stewart- Hunter Army Airfield fourth quarter FY20 Garrison Award of Excellence recipients.
Myers hailed the level of customer service offered across the entire garrison.
“There isn’t a single person across this garrison who doesn’t come to work every day with service on their mind,” she said. This team makes me so proud to stand out here and represent you all every single day.”