Title: Retired Unit Manager
Company: Federal Bureau of Prisons
Location: Covington, Georgia, United States
CW4 James B. Hurt, USAR, Retired Unit Manager at the Federal Bureau of Prisons, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Military for dedication, achievements, and leadership in service.
As the unit manager for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Mr. Hurt was the supervisor of six employees and the manager of 120 inmates. He spent 20 years in this position and previously completed service in the United States military, serving with the National Guard for 13 years. Mr. Hurt served in the United States Army Reserve for three years, achieving the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4.
Mr. Hurt has maintained affiliation with the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association. The aforementioned organization’s mission is to help federal employees use their civil service benefits. He was also inducted into the Century Club for teaching more than 200 classes.
Alongside his primary professional endeavors, Mr. Hurt has been involved with charitable work with the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He finished service in the United States Army in 1955 and subsequently joined the National Guard, where he went on to serve for more than 13 years. In the National Guard, promotions and advancement opportunities were limited, so he transitioned to working for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, where he went on to receive five promotions prior to his retirement.
Mr. Hurt attributes his success to his wife, Ilse, who guided him throughout his career. They were married in Germany and were together for 63 years before she passed away. In the coming years, Mr. Hurt sees himself continuing to enjoy his retirement and spending time with his family.
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