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Wren Wilson Awarded Bronze de Fleury Medal upon Retirement

Published Feb. 28, 2020
Wren Wilson Awarded Bronze de Fleury Medal upon Retirement

Wren Wilson was awarded the Bronze de Fleury Medal at a ceremony marking her retirement from the Corps of Engineers. Colonel Jason Evers presented Wren with a number of awards to include the de Fleury Medal.

Wren Wilson was awarded the Bronze de Fleury Medal at a ceremony marking her retirement from the Corps of Engineers. Colonel Jason Evers presented Wren with a number of awards to include the de Fleury Medal. The entire Engineering and Construction team and many from throughout the district and community shared a moment to celebrate Wren's more than 40 years with the Huntington District.

Wren began her career with the US Geological Survey Office in Charleston, WV, but soon moved to the Corps in 1981. She served in a number of roles in the field and moved to the district headquarters in 1995. She became the first woman to serve as the Assistant Chief of Construction Division.  She completed her career in the dual hatted capacity of Assistant Chief of Engineering and Construction Division and Chief of Construction Management and Field Support Branch.