George Satterthwaite II, recently recognized by America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
Westbury, N.Y. –Col. George Satterthwaite II of Fort Washington, Maryland has recently been recognized by America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals as a Professional of the Year for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of Government.
About George Satterthwaite II
Col. Satterthwaite is currently associated with the US Army. He received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and his M.A. from Johns Hopkins University. Col. Satterthwaite has a long and impressive career with the US Army starting in 1957 as Fire Control Platoon Leader Nike Ajax Defense, Petroleum Depot Commander, Supply Officer, United Nations Military Armistice Commission, Panmunjom Republic of Korea to name a few. His numerous awards include Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (3 times), Army Commendation Medal (3 times), Cold War Campaign Medal, Republic of Viet Nam Campaign Medal, SAR Bronze Good Citizenship Medal and the SAR War Service Medal. Col. Satterthwaite is on the Alumni Executive Board of the Sidwell Friends School and Chairman of the Alumni Fundraising Committee. He is also on the Executive Board of the Piscataway Hills Citizens Association (Local).
About America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
America's Registry is a membership organization that gives its members the type of national recognition they strive for. Professional business people may join memberships, societies and organizations to develop business contacts, thus gaining image and credibility for themselves and their organization. As a powerful third party endorsement, America's Registry offers this kind of recognition for individuals on a national basis with the added benefit of instantaneous networking with the other members. Members are encouraged to welcome, network and assist each other whether they are in the same or an entirely different industry or profession. Being in America's Registry can be viewed by the members as a letter of introduction to all the other members.