Reservist

ISS4 2017

Reservist Magazine is the award-winning official publication of the United States Coast Guard Reserve. Quarterly issues include news and feature articles about the men and women who comprise America's premier national maritime safety and security

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a wa R ds e ditor's note: Let us know who's getting awards! There is no central "award repository;" we publish reservists' awards as we are notified by their individual units. Tell us who's awesome at TheReservist@uscg.mil. Defense Superior Service Medal Capt. Franklin Schaefer Meritorious Service Medal Capt. Michael G. Barton Joint Service Commendation Medal Lt. Cmdr. Bryan Moore Lt. Cmdr. Frederick Merritt Coast Guard Commendation Medal Lt. Cmdr. Andrew Younkle Lt. Michael Storino Coast Guard Achievement Medal Cmdr. Patrick Limberg Lt. Cmdr Kelsey Barrion Lt. j.g. Jeffrey Overcash MK1 Brian Padgett MK1 Eric Zupan Lt. Cmdr. John Massingill ETC Eluid Garrastegui Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal Lt. Rebecca Boice Commandant's Letter of Commendation BMC Jim Strack BMC Adrien Cheval OS1 Matthew Lopez MK1 Bob Drescher BM2 John Guercio BM2 Stephen McPhail SK2 Peter Dvorsky ME2 Justin Hunts ME2 Jason Fisher DC3 Kerry McGeein Meritorious Unit Commendation Coast Guard Reserve Unit Northern Command Meritorious Team Commendation ME1 Scott VanNote BM2 John Patrone PSU pin GM1 Forrest Gladman GM2 Patrick McKenna BM2 Shane Haupt DC3 Kerry McGeein MK1 Virgil Kiger Lt. Rebecca Boice Lt. Edward Sandlin BM2 Bryant Stephens MK2 Alex Rodriguez Lt. j.g. Jeffrey Overcash ME1 Shelton Bartlett ME1 Brandon Hill BM1 Adam Ferguson MK2 James Hurst ME2 Emily Dunford BM2 Sarah Ruhlman BM2 Joshua Cain ME2 William Brewer MK2 Matthew Connell OS3 Stacie Cunningham BM3 Derek Lecompte Advanced Boat Forces LT Michael Carney t aps n orman G. Paulhus, Jr., 67, of Rockville, Md., passed away on August 25, 2017. Son of the late Norman G. Paulhus, Sr. and Kathryn Swartz Paulhus, he is survived by his loving sister, Kathy Fain of Rockville. Though Paulhus never worked for the Coast Guard during his 35-plus years of government service, Paulhus voluntarily provided an informal Coast Guard communications service which became known as "Norm Net." At its peak, more than 1,000 members of Team Coast Guard, including reservists, active, Auxiliary, civilians, retirees, contractors and family members received media reports, press releases and newsletters about the Coast Guard. As an employee of the Department of Transportation, Paulhus's office was located next to the Coast Guard's Congressional Affairs Office, and the two offices shared the same mail stop. "Things just took off from there," Paulhus told friends, "and over the years I just got sort of 'adopted' by the Coast Guard family." Despite severe health problems that took him "offline" for several years, Paulhus stayed up to date through friends, and he celebrated 65th birthday surrounded by his Coast Guard family. He was celebrated at a funeral Mass in Olney, Md., and interred at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Silver Spring, MD. He will be remembered fondly. Issue 4 • 2017 � RESERVIST 59

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