On 7 February 2009, sixteen (16) members of the Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC) 251A Class 010-08 stop by the Fort Gordon Fisher House and did some deep cleaning in the common areas (living room, dinning room, kitchen area and some rooms).


W01 Liburd, Amy – Project leader
W01 Wright, Jason P. – Asst. Project leader
CW2 Dunn, Thomas
W01 Johnson Jay M.
W01 Hsu, Y.
CW3 Stufflebeem, Terry
W01 Whited, Scott A.
W01 Coppage, Michael H.
W01 Lourenzo, David A.
W01 McKinney, Craig
W01 Barrett, Klark
W01 Tomlinson, Fernando
W01 Torres, Theresa
W01 Best, Ronald
W01 Harris, Timothy
W01 Green, Tomicko

COL (Ret.) Mary Hammond, President of the local chapter of the Federally Employed Women (FEW), presents a check to Mr. Cruz for the Fisher House. Also present and pictured from left to right is COL (Ret.) Hammond, Chaplain (LTC) Clark (EAMC Pastoral Care Chaplain – who visits and meets with Fisher House Families several times a week at the Fisher House), Mr. Francisco Cruz (Fisher House Manager) and Mr. Harold Lewis (Fisher House volunteer).

Audriana Llinas, a student with the Greenbreir High School Navy JROTC program, presented the Fort Gordon Fisher and the Warrior in Transition Battalion each with a check and some local area restaurant gift certificates from a charity event she successfully put together. Audriana Llinas chose as her high school project to coordinate, and setup a fundraiser and in this a case run (5K) also known as the “Warrior Challenge Run” held on the January 31, 2009 to help support the Fisher House and Wounded Warriors.