Deputy Director of DSCA Retires. (Security Assistance Community)

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Deputy Director of DSCA Retires. (Security Assistance Community)


On 16 August 2001, DSCA's deputy director, Bob Keltz, retired in an unusual double ceremony that also marked the retirement from federal service of his wife, Mary Lou McHugh, Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Transportation Policy. DSCA Director, Lieutenant General Tome Walters, presided over the ceremony. "Bob is a true professional, and he will be missed," said General Walters. "All of us who worked with him know him to have a sharp mind and a wonderful sense of humor. He has a gift for bringing people together, even while working on the thorniest problems."

Bob Keltz was born in Pittsburgh, Pensylvania and attended Colorado State University where he was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology in 1968 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Army. He subsequently completed a Master of Education degree in 1970 and came on active duty in August of that year as a first lieutenant in the Transportation Corps. After six years of service with the 4th Transportation Brigade in Oberursel, Germany, he left the Army and joined the civil service where he served in various transportation billets in the Military Sealift Command, the Military Traffic Management Command, and the Army Materiel Command. In 1984, Keltz was selected for the Senior Executive Service and became the first SES Assistant Director for Transportation, Transportation, Energy and Troop Support Directorate, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, United States Army. …

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