Congratulations to our colleague Fred Anthamatten for being inducted into the Corps of Engineer’s Gallery of Distinguished Civilian Employees.
When our colleague Fred Anthamatten left the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District in 2013 after more than 30 years, he looked forward to the next chapter in life. But as the many people at our firm who spent careers at the Corps will attest, that place has a wonderful way of pulling you back.
This month, the Corps’ Galveston District honored Fred’s service by inducting him into its Gallery of Distinguished Civilian Employees.
“Considered an expert in regulatory matters, [Fred] contributed substantially in developing and improving methods and procedures and teaching those methods to shape the district’s Regulatory Program; blazing the trail and setting the standard for the corps’ regulatory world,” said Chief Kimberly Baggette, USACE Galveston District’s Regulatory Division during the ceremony in Galveston.
During his career at the Galveston District, Fred contributed substantially to developing and improving methods that shaped the District’s regulatory programs. As a USACE official wrote to us this week about Fred, “His dedication and dependability were unwavering.”
What follows are some photos of this event. Congratulations, Fred!
Gen. (ret) Bruce Berwick Senior Vice President
Bruce joined our team in 2016 after more than 30 with the Army Corps of Engineers, including service as Commander of the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division.