Williamsburg Native receives the Fort Lee Outstanding Civilian Service Award

On 21 October, 2015 during a ceremony held at Fort Lee, Virginia, Carl L. Brown, son of Herbert and Ellen Marsh (Williamsburg) and a 1985 graduate of Lafayette High School was 1 of 6 government civilians to receive the Outstanding Civilian Service Award. The Outstanding Civilian Service Award recognizes employees who provide stellar performance in their daily duties as well as volunteerism, and charity work performed on Fort Lee and the local communities. Carl was nominated by his peers and selected by a panel of Fort Lee leaders. As a Logistics Management Specialist, he applies a professional knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of evaluation, training, research methodology, statistics, education technology and logistics management in support of the Commanding General, CASCOM. His community involvement includes Relay for Life (Prince George), Annual Backpack Giveaway (Fort Lee), Food Basket Drives (Fort Lee), scholarship fundraising to support five local high schools, youth basketball and football coach, committee member to develop youth sports programs (Chester-YMCA), bell-ringing with the Salvation Army (Colonial Heights), and Habitat for Humanity (Petersburg). Carl currently resides in Chester, VA. with his wife (Leona) and has two sons (Montell and Camren).

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