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James A. Hoyer

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Background Information

Employment History

Captain

Army Corps


Director of Special Programs

University of Charleston


Overseer

The National Guard


Director

Joint Staff


Affiliations

West Virginia National Guard

Director of the Joint Staff


Robert C. Byrd Institute for Government Studies

Faculty Member


Education

undergraduate degree

University of Charleston


Web References(91 Total References)


www.booksbyeric.com

James A. Hoyer was unable to attend, but sent additional recognition with Buckalew.
James retired from the Army as a Captain and is now the director of the WV Warrior Farmers Project, working to help veterans become farmers, support themselves and quite likely find some of the peace many of them lost on the battlefield. James arrived at the courthouse for the presentation ceremony wearing bib overalls and carrying his suit. He had just come from the farm where they were working with honey bees he is helping to teach veterans to raise.


www.booksbyeric.com

James A. Hoyer was unable to attend, but sent additional recognition with Buckalew.
James retired from the Army as a Captain and is now the director of the WV Warrior Farmers Project, working to help veterans become farmers, support themselves and quite likely find some of the peace many of them lost on the battlefield. James arrived at the courthouse for the presentation ceremony wearing bib overalls and carrying his suit. He had just come from the farm where they were working with honey bees he is helping to teach veterans to raise.


www.booksbyeric.com

James A. Hoyer was unable to attend, but sent additional recognition with Buckalew.
James retired from the Army as a Captain and is now the director of the WV Warrior Farmers Project, working to help veterans become farmers, support themselves and quite likely find some of the peace many of them lost on the battlefield. James arrived at the courthouse for the presentation ceremony wearing bib overalls and carrying his suit. He had just come from the farm where they were working with honey bees he is helping to teach veterans to raise.


www.booksbyeric.com

James A. Hoyer was unable to attend, but sent additional recognition with Buckalew.
James retired from the Army as a Captain and is now the director of the WV Warrior Farmers Project, working to help veterans become farmers, support themselves and quite likely find some of the peace many of them lost on the battlefield. James arrived at the courthouse for the presentation ceremony wearing bib overalls and carrying his suit. He had just come from the farm where they were working with honey bees he is helping to teach veterans to raise.


www.booksbyeric.com

James A. Hoyer was unable to attend, but sent additional recognition with Buckalew.
James retired from the Army as a Captain and is now the director of the WV Warrior Farmers Project, working to help veterans become farmers, support themselves and quite likely find some of the peace many of them lost on the battlefield. James arrived at the courthouse for the presentation ceremony wearing bib overalls and carrying his suit. He had just come from the farm where they were working with honey bees he is helping to teach veterans to raise.


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