Garrison employees recognized for superior service

USAG Wiesbaden Public Affairs
U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden employees gathered at the quarterly All Hands March 29 to hear from leadership and recognize employee contributions from the previous quarter.
Two employees were named USAG Wiesbaden Professional of the Quarter, a new award, winners of which will advance to compete for the Installation Management Command Europe Army Professional of the Quarter. Terese Toennies, program and management analyst with Plans, Analysis and Integration, received the award for taking on several extra duties while the office was short-staffed and spearheading a priority project for the garrison. Ainhoa Revuelta, was also named a USAG Wiesbaden Professional of the Quarter for her contributions to risk reduction and suicide prevention as an Army Substance Abuse Program specialist with the Directorate of Human Resources.
The PAI team that planned and executed the annual strategic planning offsite meeting and Installation Planning Board was recognized with the Team Excellence Award for the quarter. The team included Julius Muehleck, Terese Toennies, Nina Fletcher and Sabine Schindler.
Employees from directorates across USAG Wiesbaden were recognized with the Cross Organizational Award as members of the Organizational Day Planning Committee. The committee included Charles Bowring, Staff Sgt. Douglas Cranford, Corinna Faulk, Martin Heinen, Kevin Ringgold, 1st Sgt. Lori Soto, Oliver Stroh, Sgt. 1st Class Shannon Wyatt, Anthony King, Benjamin Brand, Lars Chittka, Christine Weisbecker, Jason Mohilla, Jean Chambers and Emily Jennings.
Christian Bautista and Maria Diaz received individual awards. Bautista received the Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service for his work in the DHR. Maria Diaz, manager of the fitness center, received the Civilian Award for Humanitarian Service for saving the life of a customer by providing CPR after his collapse at the center.