Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

AGCRA VP, Membership Retires after 15 Years Service to AGCRA

SFC (Ret) Ken Fidler, Vice-President of Membership on the AGCRA National Executive Council (NEC) announced his retirement from the Association after almost 15 years of dedicated service.  SFC (Ret) Fidler joined the NEC in April 2004 and since then processed more than 20,000 membership applications during his tenure as VP, Membership, which includes at least 245 Lifetime memberships. He also assisted in standing up more than 20 new AGCRA Chapters.

SFC (Ret) Fidler is a former Army Bandsman and has served as an Army contractor in various capacities within the Adjutant General School and Soldier Support Institute at Fort Jackson, SC.

Upon SFC (Ret) Fidler’s retirement announcement, COL (Ret) Robert L. Manning, AGCRA President stated the following, “I know I can speak for AG / HR Professionals everywhere when I say JOB WELL DONE!  SFC (Ret) Fidler has given more of himself than what could be reasonably expected by anyone.  I witnessed firsthand his passion and desire to grow our Association and I will be forever in your debt for your unwavering and enthusiastic support.  Indeed, the AGCRA experienced tremendous and unprecedented growth during your tenure and we should all tip our hats to you for this accomplishment.”

A new AGCRA VP, Membership is pending selection.  Forward all membership inquiries to Membership@agcra.com.

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2 thoughts on “AGCRA VP, Membership Retires after 15 Years Service to AGCRA”

  1. All The Way and Defend and Serve Ken,

    I want to personally thank you for all the mentorship, guidance, and direction while serving for the Aloha Chapter, Carolina Chapter, Mount Rainier Chapter, and now the Iron Mike Chapter. You helped all of these Chapters grow strong in numbers and significantly impacted many HR Professionals across our Army and Nation.

    I wish you the best in all that you do.

    Sincerely
    Randy P. Lefebvre
    LTC, AG
    82D Airborne Division G1

  2. LTC Lefebvre,

    Thank you for your kind words! It was always a pleasure working with you in support of the various chapters that you were leading. I thank you for your leadership, professionalism, and your friendship. Defend and Serve!

    Ken Fidler, Jr.

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