• Garrison welcomes new senior enlisted leader

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  • Katie Peterson | Staff Writer
    Outgoing Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Fuller relinquished responsibility to incoming Garrison Command Sgt. Maj. Jon Williams and officially retired April 20 at the Frontier Conference Center.
    “A change of responsibility marks a transition point for the unit,” said Garrison Commander Col. Marne Sutten. “In this case, the passing of an immense responsibility for taking care of the well-being and effectiveness of the entire Garrison team and the Fort Leavenworth community.”
    Throughout his 29-year career, Fuller has served in Frankfurt, Germany; Fort Bragg, N.C.; Camp Humphreys, Korea; Fort Jackson, S.C.; Alexandria, Va.; Fort Bliss, Texas; and Kaiserlautern, Hiedelburg and Wiesbaden, Germany. He and his family will reside in Platte City, Mo.
    “Fort Leavenworth is a better place for having you as a leader and member of the community for the past two years,” Sutten said. “Your leadership will no doubt leave a lasting impression not only on this organization as a whole but on the many service members, families and retirees whose lives you have impacted.”
    Williams, who joined the Army in September 1992, has served at Camp Casey, Korea; Fort Sam Houston, Texas; Fort Monroe, Va.; Fort Wainwright, Alaska; Fort Jackson, S.C.; Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Campbell, Ky.; Fort Knox, Ky., and Fort Shafter, Hawaii. He is a member of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club.
    “Welcome … to the Garrison family as you assume your new position and take on a new responsibility,” Sutten said. “Your reputation proceeds you and I know you are the right person at the right time to take the Garrison.”
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