Phenix City and Columbus Ga Man Completing 30 Yrs Of Service In The Military On Top / Sergeant Major Jerry D. Gary "No Isn't The Answer , Can't Isnt The Answer" Completion is alway the answer
|Completion Of 30 Years SGT Major Jerry D Gary Leaving The Military "On Top"|
|Jerry D Gary Jr|
It all begin in little Phenix City Al and Columbus Ga two mill bakery co-workers met each other and later falling in love and then came marriage in 1969. Mr Jerry Gary Sr from Smith Station Ala and Martha Alexander (The Late Martha Colbert) from Phenix City Ala both worked at Sunshie Bakery in Columbus Ga.
|Little Jery D Gary (Smith Station Ala)|
|"Main" (Phenix City Ala)|
In was a new day for both sides of the family Mr Gary and Ms Alexander welcome new baby boy "Main" a nick name given to him by his grandmother Ada Mae Alexander. Little Jerry grew up alone his older sisters and brother Willie "Bill" Franklin , Annie "Ruth" Franklin and Pamala Franklin in a home fill with Family and Love where everyone loved to come for the weekend. He grow up always wanting to make mom happy.
SGT Major Jerry Gary graduated from Central High School in 1989 and went off into the United States Army with big dreams and made those dreams reality after serving 30yrs.
|SGT Major Jerry Gary checking in on his soldiers|
His military and civilian education include the Primary Leadership Development Course, Basic Non-commissioned Officers Course, Advanced Non-commissioned Officers Course, Basic Instructor Training Course and the Equal Opportunity Leader Course. He is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy, Class #64. He holds an Associate Degree in Applied Science – Admin/MGMT Studies from Excelsior College, Fort Bliss, Texas. He is currently completing a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business (Operations Management) from Excelsior College.
Service Medal, the Southwest Asia Service Medal (3 Bronze Stars), the Iraqi Campaign Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the NCO Professional Development Ribbon ( with numeral 4), the Army Service Medal, the Overseas Ribbon (with Numeral 8),the Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kingdom of Saudia Arabia), the Kuwait Liberation Medal ( Government of Kuwait) and the Drivers/Mechanics Badge.
|Ms Martha Gary Cobert|
|SGT Major Jerry Gary|