A trio of Morale, Welfare and Recreation managers in Germany was singled out this week as three of the Army’s best in providing spirit-raising services to military personnel and their families.
Each year, the Department of the Army combs its installations worldwide to find and reward exemplary MWR workers, according to a news release from the Installation Management Agency-Europe.
In the Kaiserslautern military community, Jutta Morgan received the James A. Carroll Jr. award for successfully running 415th Base Support Battalion’s Kazabra Club, the highest-revenue club in Europe, according to the IMA.
For the 235th BSB in Ansbach, Terry Wilcox picked up an Excellence in Management award for a midsize facility for expanding and improving the Katterbach Action Lanes bowling center.
Improvements at the 414th BSB’s International Club in Hanau were also worthy of an award, where Mark Siple picked up Most Improved Facility honors for leading the club’s dramatic financial turnaround.
Recipients of the Army honors were chosen in December and will formally receive their awards later this year.