Tuesday, July 17, 2001


Sergeant wins NCO of the Year

        Staff Sgt. William Cousins, of Fairfield, received the Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year Award, one of the highest honors bestowed on an NCO in the Ohio Army National Guard.

        Sgt. Cousins is a rifle squad leader for A Company 1st Battalion/148th Infantry (37th Armored Brigade, 38th Army Division), Xenia.

Blood volunteers

               Hoxworth Blood Center, University of Cincinnati, has honored the following for volunteering to help meet the needs of patients in Greater Cincinnati:

        Angel Clinton of Milford and Shirley Robinson of Avondale (900 hours); Maurice Davis of Monfort Heights, Marian Dorenkemper of Cheviot, Lewis Grimes of Montgomery, Richard Haberstroh of Finneytown, Hannah Hattenbach of Deer Park, Da vid Lowry of Hyde Park, Marie Matsunami of Covedale and Thomas Silva of Northside (800); Robert Kahsar and John McMullen of Westwood, Stewart McHugh of Symmes Township, Jean Stegeman of Dent and Mary Wurtzler of Forest Park (700); John Hackett of Wyoming, Thomas Harrison of Sharonville, Jack Mischler of Anderson Township and George Smith of Springfield Township (600); Janice Dickens of Wyoming, Marion Gutzwiller of North Bend, Donald Nagel of Groesbeck, Marlys Lane of Deer Park and Gilbert Vice of Finneytown (500); William Ehlers of College Hill and Marjorie Hoopes of Finneytown (400); Harold Beck of Loveland, Edward Dougherty of Madeira, Kathleen Hipskind of Finneytown, Francis Schwegmann of Blue Ash and Richard Shipp of Mount Washington (300); Carolyn Banta of Dent, Kay Corney of Anderson Township, Deloris Dula of North Avondale, Robert Edwards of East Walnut Hills, Margaret Krechting and Blanche Rotterman of Cheviot, William Remke of Delhi Township, Henry Schlosser of Springfield Township and Richard Wellinghoff of Hyde Park (200); and Guy Banta of Dent, Jack Hill of Mount Washington, Robert Juenke, David Kuntz and George Wilch of Sharonville, and Patricia Pulskamp of Groesbeck (100).

Basic training

               Pvt. Aniko Janutolo has graduated from the Army's basic combat training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla. The Mariemont High School graduate is the daughter of Kimberly and Gerald Janutolo of Mariemont.

        Call: (513) 755-4164. Fax: 755-4150. Mail: Congrats, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069.


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