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MEA and the Marine Corps has lost a true Patriot, Marine Corps Ambassador and former General Counsel of MEA - Colonel Herbert Harmon, USMC, Retired.

Herbert Noel Harmon, 74, of Alexandria, died peacefully on March 10, 2019 surrounded by family. He lived a life of service to the US Marine Corps, the Legal Community of Washington, DC, the Catholic Church and especially his extended family and friends. Herb retired as a Colonel from the United States Marine Corps Reserve in 1998 after 30 years of military service. Herb served on active duty during the Vietnam War where he received the Purple Heart in 1968 for wounds received in action. He also earned the Combat Action Ribbon and as a member of the First Marine Division, received the Presidential Unit Citation with Ribbon Bar. Colonel Harmon's professional military affiliations include: National President of the Reserve Officers Association of the United States and the Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association, Board Member Young Marines, Marine Executive Association, Marine Corps Youth Foundation and Mack's Marines. He was a "founding father" of the Marine Corps Marathon. Herb Harmon's legal career began as an Assistant Corporation Counsel for the District of Columbia from 1973-1977. In 1977 Herb and David W. Wilmot formed the law firm Harmon & Wilmot, LLP in Washington D.C. He is a past president of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia, past president of the Counselors, past treasurer of The Barristers of the District of Columbia, past president of the Exchange Club of Capitol Hill, past president of the Metropolitan Police Boys and Girls Club, past president of the Alexandria House Council of Co-Owners, past president of Serra International, Washington D.C. chapter.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Your Future Employer Arlington, VA March 29, 2019

Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair

Visit www.CorporateGray.com for the current list!

 

Meet face-to-face with dozens of employers – small businesses, large companies, and government agencies. Previous registrants have included Lockheed Martin, Booz Allen Hamilton, First Command Financial Services, U.S. Postal Service, ACT I, AECOM, Leidos, National Security Agency, PenFed, SAIC, Prince William County Police, Defense Contract Management Agency, and more. Especially for transitioning and former military and family members seeking employment. Free and open to all job seekers. Business attire recommended. Pre-register through Corporate Gray Online to receive the job fair directory before the event, and upload your resume to make it accessible in advance to the participating employers. For tips on attending a job fair, visit http://blog.corporategray.com and search on “Job Fair”.

Army Navy Country Club 1700 Army Navy Drive, Arlington, VA 9 am until 12 Noon, plus an Employer Panel Discussion at 8 am www.CorporateGray.com