Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AG Corps HOF & DMOC Classes of 2021


AG Corps Hall of Fame (HOF) Class of 2021

COL (Ret) Donald A. Bartholomew served the AG Corps for 27 years, culminating as the Director of the Command Planning Group for U.S. Army Recruiting Command.  Prior to this assignment, he served as the C-1 for Multinational Forces Iraq and as the 24th Commandant of the Adjutant General School and Chief of the Adjutant General’s Corps.  During his tenure as Chief of the AG Corps, COL (Ret) Bartholomew led the effort to integrate Functional Area 43 Officers into the AG Corps and charted a new direction for their career paths.  His efforts also led to the creation of the S1Net which has become the Army’s largest professional human resources collaboration site.

COL (Ret) Timothy F. Robertson served with distinction at every level of command from Company to Brigade.  He led the 18th Soldier Support Group, the Army’s experimental HR and Finance Brigade and deployed them with remarkable success to Kosovo and Bosnia.  Earlier in his Army career, COL (Ret) Robertson led the 18th Personnel Services Company as one of the first units on the ground during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  This was the first time a unit of this type had directly supported combat operations since the Vietnam War.  In retirement, COL (Ret) Robertson continued to serve the Army by supporting efforts such as the Army Career and Alumni Program, as well as the Army Wounded Warrior Advocate Program.

COL (Ret) Richard A. Teolis has served the AG Corps for 32 years and currently serves as the Chief of Readiness Division for the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate at U.S. Army Human Resources Command.  Throughout his career, COL (Ret) Teolis has made lasting impacts regarding Army Readiness.  He culminated his 26+ years of uniformed service as the Deputy to the Adjutant General of the U.S. Army.  Prior to that, he served as the Director of the Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Operations Center.  COL (Ret) Teolis continues to serve those in the AG Corps through his volunteer efforts with the Gold Vault Chapter of the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association where he has served as both President and Vice President.

COL (Ret) Wanda E. Wilson culminated her 27+ year military career as the 33rd Commandant of the Adjutant General School, a position she accepted after being recalled to active duty.  As Commandant, she helped lead one of the Army’s largest HR transformations with Personnel Services Delivery Redesign (PSDR).  Her proven leadership landed her the toughest jobs including: Brigade Commander and Chief of Staff within U.S. Army Recruiting Command; Division Chief of Colonel’s Branch; Military Assistant to the Secretary of the Army; and Chief of the Adjutant General’s Branch, Officer Personnel Management Directorate at U.S. Army Human Resources Command.  COL (Ret) Wilson continues to serve today as a DA Civilian supporting DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory.


CW5 (Ret) John L. Harrison, Sr. culminated his 32+ year military career as principal staff advisor to the Director of Human Resources, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel at Headquarters Department of the Army.  CW5 (Ret) Harrison broke ground on what we now view as “normal progression” with our Master Warrant Officers.  He was among the first AG Warrant Officers to serve as Special Assistant and Assistant Executive Officer to a 4-star General.  He also paved the way for AG Warrants to serve as TAC Officers at the Warrant Officer Accession Course with follow-on assignments at USMA and GOMO.  After retirement, CW5 (Ret) Harrison continued to serve and spent 9-years as a professor of civilian leader development at the Army Management Staff College.


CW4 (Ret) Eugene Roberts has spent his military and post-military career taking care of Soldiers.  Throughout his 24-year military career, CW4 (Ret) Roberts sought out and excelled in challenging assignments and deployed during Operation Joint Endeavor, Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Hurricane Mitch Relief Operations, and Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom.  CW4 (Ret) Roberts continues to give back in retirement, serving as the President of the Rocket City Chapter of the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association.  The Rocket City Chapter is one of the most active AGCRA Chapters and annually hosts a Black Tie Charity Ball to raise funds for local Veteran organizations throughout the Huntsville, Alabama area.


SGM (Ret) Gabriella Russum culminated her 33-year military career as the Chief of Sergeants Major Branch at the Enlisted Personnel Management Directorate, U.S. Army Human Resources Command.  SGM (Ret) Russum led the effort to transform the Army’ Sergeant Major Management System.  During her tenure, the Army adopted the Select-Train-Promote methodology that formed the foundation of today’s Select-Train-Educate-Promote (STEP) policy.  She was also instrumental in the creation of the centralized selection list board process that selects the best-qualified SGMs for appointment to CSM billets at the Brigade and Battalion level.

AG Corps Distinguished Member of the Corps (DMOC)
Class of 2021

BG Kris A. Belanger
BG Thomas J. Edwards
BG Hope C. Rampy
COL (Ret) Daniel Ahern
COL June S. Copeland
COL Greg S. Johnson
COL Michael T. McTigue
COL (Ret) Patrick M. Rice
LTC Randy P. Lefebvre
MAJ Derrick E. Lucarelli
CW5 Chad G. Bowen
CW5 Maria D. Martinez
CW5 R. Tina Rendon
CW5 (Ret) Gail B. Shillingford
CW4 Charmaine L. Hilliard
CW4 Raymond Rijkse
CSM Jamie K. Price
CSM Jon Y. Williams
SGM Stacy S. Crawford
SGM Rebeca R. Kennedy
SGM (Ret) Chris T. Lyons
SGM Andrea J. Metcalf
SGM Marlena J. Neal
SGM Roger Rendon
Arthur L. Nelson