Pasco-Hernando Community College District Board of Trustees recently honored Randall Stovall, Ph.D., East Campus Provost for having received the Louisiana Distinguished Civilian Service Medal from the Louisiana National Guard. Katherine Johnson, Ed.D., president of PHCC, presented the medal and certificate to Stovall on behalf of Major General Glenn H. Curtis the Adjutant General of Louisiana.
The Louisiana National Guard Civilian Service Medal is awarded by the Adjutant General, upon recognition, to a civilian who has rendered exceptionally meritorious service in furthering the security and welfare of the state of Louisiana. The performance must be such as to merit recognition for service which is clearly exceptional.
The medal recognizes Stovall for his years of service to the Louisiana National Guard as a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Maneuvers and Military Museum. The museum, located in Pineville, La., on the grounds of Camp Beauregard, commemorates military service in Louisiana with special emphasis on the very significant training “maneuvers” conducted to prepare American soldiers to fight in World War II. Stovall served on the museum board prior to becoming PHCC’s East Campus Provost in 2004.
Photo caption: Katherine Johnson, Ed.D., PHCC president, presents Randy Stovall, Ph.D., PHCC East Campus Provost with the Louisiana Distinguished Civilian Service Medal from the Louisiana National Guard on behalf of the Louisiana Adjunct General.
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