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Lyle Metzler

Chaplain

145th Medical Battalion

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www.thewiegandfoundationinc.com

Chaplain (COL) Lyle Metzler
CHAPLAIN (COL) LYLE METZLER Retired Army Colonel Lyle Metzler has selflessly served the United States for over fifty years. After two tours in Vietnam, he was appointed the position of Special Forces Officer. He retired from the military and became a Chaplain where he was devoted to working with Soldiers and their families. In 2006, he volunteered as Chaplain for the 145th Medical Battalion. Without receiving payment, Metzler served all five units and attended numerous unit events to show his support. In addition, he served as a personal mentor and counselor to several soldiers and their families through serious hardships such as suicide and death, marriage and relationship counseling and deployment. Chaplain Metzler has been described as "an outstanding member of our extended retired military family.


www.thewiegandfoundationinc.com

Chaplain (COL) Lyle Metzler - 2006
Chaplain (COL) Lyle Metzler CHAPLAIN (COL) LYLE METZLER Retired Army Colonel Lyle Metzler has selflessly served the United States for over fifty years. After two tours in Vietnam, he was appointed the position of Special Forces Officer. He retired from the military and became a Chaplain where he was devoted to working with Soldiers and their families. In 2006, he volunteered as Chaplain for the 145th Medical Battalion. Without receiving payment, Metzler served all five units and attended numerous unit events to show his support. In addition, he served as a personal mentor and counselor to several soldiers and their families through serious hardships such as suicide and death, marriage and relationship counseling and deployment. Chaplain Metzler has been described as "an outstanding member of our extended retired military family.


www.thewiegandfoundationinc.org [cached]

November, 2007 - "The Spirit of Hope Award" 2006 Medallion presented to Chaplain (Colonel Retired) Lyle Metzler, United States Army, presented by The United States Department of Defense, The Pentagon, Washington, DC.


www.militarymoney.com

The Army recognized retired Chaplain (Col.) Lyle Metzler for his lifelong contributions.Metzler served two tours in Vietnam as a Special Forces officer.He retired from the military and became a chaplain, where he became dedicated to working with soldiers and their families.In 2005, he volunteered to serve as chaplain for the 145th Medical Battalion and its five associated units as it deployed to Afghanistan.He served as a personal mentor and counselor to several soldiers and their families.


www.blackanthem.com

The Army recognized retired Chaplain (Col.) Lyle Metzler for his lifelong contributions.Metzler served two tours in Vietnam as a Special Forces officer.He retired from the military and became a chaplain, where he became dedicated to working with soldiers and their families.In 2005, he volunteered to serve as chaplain for the 145th Medical Battalion and its five associated units as it deployed to Afghanistan.He served as a personal mentor and counselor to several soldiers and their families.


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