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Julian Biley, Sheryl Cobbs, Melanie Nichols, Randall Jones, Dave Grady, Venice Tony, Anna Trujillo.
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Gary, Diket & Daniel retirement Pictures
Robert J Daniel Jr., Started working in the GIPSA, FGIS, Houston Field Office as an Agricultural Commodity Grader Grain, 11/10/1993 and later joined the League City Field Office. He gave 41 years to GIPSA, FGIS.
Gary Erskine, started out with FGIS in 1977 as a grader in Fort Worth, Texas, he later worked his way up to become a senior inspector in Galveston, Texas providing training /instructions to ACG’s, ACA and ACT’s on GIPSA grain program. Later in his years with the agency, he became the Quality Assurance Specialist for the League City Field Office. 37 years.
Glen Diket, started out with FGIS in 1977 as an Intermittent Agricultural Commodity Aid in Belle Chasse, LA. He worked his way up to become an Agricultural Commodity Grader in the League City Field Office, League City, Texas. He plans to spend his retirement years traveling. 21 years 6 months
Charles Brown retirement PicturesCharles Brown, Started working in the GIPSA, FGIS, League City Field Office as an Intermittent, 05/30, 1993, from that point Charlie excelled and became a full time Agricultural Grader Grain to a Industrial Specialist Agricultural. Before coming to work for GIPSA he was a Master Sargent with the United States Army for 20 years and 21 years FGIS
2-10-2015 "It is with deep sorrows that we share that last Saturday, February 7, 2015, Dallas Francis Jr., Father-in Law of Byron Gates was laid to rest. Please pray for Byron and his family as they go through this time of bereavement." Deborah Edwards
Click on Picture for Tutt Obituary
12-15-2014 "It is with deep sadness that the League City Field Office announce the death of Carl Tutt, Agricultural Commodity Grader for the League City Field Office. Carl worked for GIPSA, FGIS for 41 years and he was known very well at FGIS Gulf Rice Mill. His funeral arrangements are tentatively scheduled for Saturday. Please keep his family in your prayers as they go through this time of bereavement." Dave Grady
To: All GIPSA Employees
What: All employees are required to complete active shooter training.
Titled: Active Shooter: What You Can Do. This will replace the course on Youtube.com titled Active Shooter. If you took the earlier course this cannot be taken in place of the new course as it does not meet full requirements. Where: In your AgLearn account on you To Do List, please find: Active Shooter: What You Can Do.
Due: April 30, 2015
To: All GIPSA Employees and Contractors and Interns
What: All employees are required to complete Fiscal Year 2015 Information Security Awareness Training
Why: The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires this course and assessments to be completed. For details please see attached memo from USDA’s OCIO.
Due: February 28, 2015 (No excuses) Those Without Computer Access: Contact your local AgLearn Administrator, Collateral Duty Training Officer, Manager or IT Professional for information on how to complete a proctored paper course. All employees, contractors and interns are required to complete this training whether or not they work at a computer.