Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association

Thunder Mountain Chapter’s COL (Ret) Bob Murphy Veteran’s Wall of Honor Induction!

On 10 November 2022, AGCRA Public Relations Committee Board Member & AGCRA Thunder Mountain  Chapter Vice President of Community Outreach, COL (Ret) Bob Murphy, was inducted into the Canyon Vista Hospital’s Veterans Wall of Honor!

Bob’s community service has included membership in Rotary International; serving on the Sierra Vista Regional Health Center (SVRHC) Foundation Board; co-chairing the SVRHC annual golf tournament; volunteering for Army Community Services by conducting financial management courses for military families; and presently is serving as a Hospitality Minister at St. Andrews the Apostle Catholic Church.

He has been committed to expanding the health and wellness for our community. Under his tutelage the SVRHC Foundation raised over $4+ million dollars for advanced medical equipment. He holds a lifetime membership with the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association (AGCRA), and is a member of the U.S. Army’s Adjutant General’s Corps Hall of Fame. He was also recognized as the 2007 SVRHC Foundation Member of the Year.

Congratulations on your induction Bob! Your exceptional contributions to give back and serve our community has greatly influenced the Thunder Mountain Chapter!

#ShieldsUp! #Defend&Serve!

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AG Corps Army Retiree Contributes to AGCRA Scholarship Program

On September 5, 2019, COL (Ret) Robert T. Murphy, an AG Corps Hall of Fame Inductee, Class of 2019, and his wife Gayl, contributed $1,000 to the AGCRA Scholarship Program.  This is the first time in the Program’s history that any individual has directly contributed to providing funding for the Association’s  annual scholarships.

COL (Ret) Murphy expressed he and his wife’s interest in contributing to the Association’s Scholarship Program as follows:

“I truly believe that the AGCRA is a tremendously important asset for the Adjutant General’s Corps.  Not only does the organization visibly display the magnificent history of the Corps, it also provides much needed professional development opportunities for the Soldiers and Civilians working in the current Army Human Resources arena.  This arena is dynamic, constantly changing and resource starved in many instances.  As a member of the Association and a former Adjutant General’s Corps officer, I’m very impressed that AGCRA’s efforts have and will continue to make our Corps one that the Army can depend on for the very best Human Resources support for our Soldiers, Civilians and their Families now and in the future.

Gayl and I were discussing how we can help as Retirees.  Recently I was on the AGCRA web site and noticed that the Association awards eight scholarships annually.  We would like for the Association to increase the number of scholarships and we are prepared to pledge one thousand dollars annually to make this possible.”

COL (Ret) and Mrs. Murphy’s $1,000 contribution will be applied to the 2020 AGCRA Scholarship Program. 

You can read more about COL (Ret) Murphy at the following link: AG Corps Hall of Fame Class of 2019