Salutes & Awards

February 1, 2013

Civilian of the Month

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Civilian of the Month:
Carolyn Dawson
Agency: U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command
Position and duties: Electronics Engineer. Performs installation, evaluation and testing of baseband systems while leading other testers and installers.
How long at current assignment: 17 years, Since 1995
How long in government service: 17 years, Since 1995
Residence: Hereford, AZ
Family: Husband, married 13 years
Hobbies: Ride horses, part of the San Pedro Spirits 4-H group, raise chickens, play piano, heavily involved with church.
Accomplishments: “I was a microbiologist at University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz. for five years and then went back to school to get my electrical engineer degree. Balancing the travel with my job and raising my family is a great accomplishment. Thankfully, my husband is there to help.”
Advice: “I just pray every day and keep an intimate relationship with Jesus. It keeps everything in perspective.”
Other comments: “My supervisor [Brad Snyder] puts in a lot of extra time and talent to get extra recognition for his employees.”




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