FORT KNOX, Ky. –
U.S. Army Recruiting Command has announced its 2018 Civilian Employees of the Year, who were selected from the headquarters and brigade-level winners.
The winners and runners up are as follows:
Organizational Support Employee of the Year: Erin Hall, protocol specialist, USAREC Headquarters, Executive Services
• Runner-up: Penni Stubenrauch, Secretary, 1st Brigade Syracuse Battalion
• Other nominees: no other nominees
Program Support Employee of the Year: Jerry Zambounis, human resources assistant, 3rd Brigade, Cleveland Battalion
• Runner-up: Christopher Bolig, statistical assistant, 1st Brigade Headquarters
• Other nominees: Jose Delgado, human resources assistant, Jacksonville Battalion; Daniel Dumiller, human resources assistant, 6th Medical Recruiting Battalion
Outstanding Program Specialist Employee of the Year: Amanda Hay, public affairs specialist 1st Brigade, New York City Battalion
• Runner-up: Kimberly Toombs, human resources specialist, USAREC Headquarters G-1
• Other nominees: Robert Hughes, program analyst, Medical Recruiting Brigade; Charles Rose, program analyst, Great Lakes Battalion; Weena Sprang, personnel security specialist, 6th Brigade; Jeff Webb, information technology specialist, 2nd Brigade
Outstanding Professional Employee of the Year: David Dorman, education services specialist, 1st Medical Recruiting Battalion
• Runner-up: Kenneth Gornic, attorney-advisor, 1st Brigade Headquarters
• Other nominees: Steven Brown, education services specialist, 6th Brigade; David Resler, education services specialist, Indianapolis Battalion
Outstanding Supervisory Employee of the Year: Charles Tomberlin, supervisory human resources specialist, 3rd Brigade Headquarters
• Runner-up: Alfonzo Villa, supervisory public affairs specialist, 6th Brigade Headquarters
• Other Nominees: Rick Dix, logistics management specialist, 1st Brigade, William Schindler, human resource specialist, Headquarters G-1
Please extend your congratulations to these employees. All nominees had extremely competitive packages which made the selection process a challenge. They should be commended for their hard work, dedication to USAREC, and commitment to their respective communities.
Winners will be formally recognized at the USAREC Annual Soldier and Civilian of the Year recognition ceremony on Oct. 24.