Salutes & Awards

February 7, 2014

Civilian of the Month – January, 2014

Linda Feliciano

Civilian of the Month: Linda Feliciano

Agency: U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence

Position and duties: Administrative officer: handles incoming documents for the commanding general and command group. Also serves as the civilian human resources liaison

How long at current assignment: 14 years in April

How long in government service: About 20 years. Served as a facilities engineering program manager for Army Hawaii Directorate of Public Works before coming to Fort Huachuca

Residence: Sierra Vista

Family: Husband Jose, daughter Elena and son Joe

Hobbies: Plays any version of the Legend of Zelda video games, reading, and Ford Mustangs




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