Kohut Receives Engineering Award

People notes

October 07, 1990

A. Francis Kohut of Fallston was given the Army Materiel Command Value Engineering Certificate for 1990 at a recent ceremony in the Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Kohut is chief of the Value and Producibility Engineering Division at the Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center and has 28 years of federal service.

ARMY HONORS VERVIER AS MERITORIOUS CIVILIAN

Joseph J. Vervier of Bel Air was honored recently with the Army's prestigious Decoration for Meritorious Civilian Service.

Vervier received the award for his "exemplary accomplishment of duties" while serving as the Acting Technical Director and his current position of Director of Research at the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground. He was also cited for his initiative and skill in devising new and improved work methods and procedures to improve product quality and enhance concern for the environment.

ARMY CITES PENNSYLE AS EMPLOYEE OF YEAR

Ronald O. Pennsyle of Bel Air recently received the U.S. Army Armament, Munitions and Chemical Command's 1990 Handicapped Employee of the Year Award.

Pennsyle is a mathematician with the U.S. Army Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground. He is assigned to the Studies and Analysis Division, which is part of the Advance Systems Concepts Directorate.

Pennsyle holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering and a master's in mathematics. He has worked at CRDEC for 25 years.

SEN. AMOSS SPEAKS ABOUT GUNPOWDER

State Sen. William H. Amoss, D-District 35A, recently spoke at "Discover Gunpowder Falls State Park," a seminar sponsored by The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy.

Senator Amoss discussed his activities as a member of the General Assembly's Joint Committee on Open Space and Land Preservation as well as the importance of agricultural preservation.

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