Hill contributions top all Mountain States CFC bases

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  • By Donovan Potter, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – With more than $133,000 in monetary and volunteer-hour donations, Hill AFB had the best Combined Federal Campaign of all military bases in the Mountain States Zone.

“Congratulations and well done,” said Barbara Barfield, Mountain States CFC manager. The Mountain States CFC had contributions of $2,718,819 and maintained the status as the top field campaign outside of the National Capital area.” 

Maj. Dana Cates, co-installation project officer for this year’s Hill campaign thanked all team members who contributed and all volunteers who made the successful campaign a reality.

“This campaign was a huge success because so many key workers volunteered extra time and energy to spread the word and assist contributors with making donations,” Cates said “I can’t thank you enough.”

According to Cates and Master Sgt. Harrell D. Singley Jr., co-installation project officer, four Team Hill volunteers went above and beyond this year and deserve special recognition for helping raise contribution will go to many worthwhile causes.

These key workers are:

Capt Matthew Hoffman, 581st Missile Maintenance Squadron.

Capt Kari Clark, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.  

Staff Sgt. Jessica Meyer, 75th Medical Support Squadron.

Senior Airman Brendon Parshall, 75th Communications and Information Directorate

“We wouldn’t have achieved this without the help of our many volunteers and everyone who made generous contributions,” Singley said. “A huge thank you to all.”