Curran Wins Army Award


August 18, 1991

Stephen F. Curran Jr., a geohydrologist with the Army Environmental Hygiene Agency at Aberdeen Proving Ground, received the prestigious Commander's Award for Civilian Service.

He was cited for outstanding achievement and diversity of talent, having successfully accomplished 60 major ground-water studies, consultations and surveys that resulted in enhanced protection of public health, regulatory compliance and monetary savings to the Army.


Richard Arnold Sr., employed by the Army Environmental Hygiene Agency at Aberdeen Proving Ground, recently received the Commander's Award for Civilian Service.

An animal caretaker in the toxicology division, Arnold was commended for his outstanding technical ability, which has made him the cornerstone team leader of the toxicological pathology and animal care program. He was also lauded for the esteem with which his subordinates, peers and superiors regard him.

Arnold and his wife, Maggie, reside in Pylesville. They have three children.


Nelson Noble, a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Aberdeen, was cited by the church and the Aid Association for Lutherans for his outstanding volunteer work in recycling for the past eight year.

His leadership at the recycling program at St. Paul's has resulted in 14,000 cubic feet being saved from the county's landfills.


Joseph Hutton Jr., of Abingdon, is a new sales representative serving Baltimore and Harford counties for the Vernon Co., a specialty advertising firm based in Newton, Iowa.

Hutton's previous marketing experience includes sales forthe First Virginia Bank in Falls Church, Va., and Standard FinancialCorp. of Baltimore.

He earned a business administration degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia.

Hutton also is a member of the Disabled Person's Review Board in Harford County.

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