Navy Veteran Returns to Stoltenberg Consulting

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<p><strong>Pittsburgh &mdash; July 16</strong><br />Stoltenberg Consulting Inc., a health care industry IT consulting firm, has announced that Shane Pilcher, one of the company&rsquo;s top consultants and a 17-year Navy veteran, has returned from nine months of active duty with the U.S. Navy. </p><p>Pilcher, an intelligence specialist, first class, spent six months in Iraq on active duty as an individual augmentee (IA) for a joint forces environment.</p><p>&ldquo;Stoltenberg Consulting supported me in every way,&quot; he said. &quot;Upon mobilization, they decided to supplement my pay the entire time I was serving. This alleviated most of my worries for my family while allowing me to focus on my mission at hand.&nbsp; </p><p>&quot;Their support was critical to me in being able to meet the needs of the Navy and my country. That level of commitment to their employees and clients is what sets Stoltenberg Consulting apart.&rdquo; </p><p>Pilcher has been with Stoltenberg for five years.<br />&nbsp;<br />Upon his return to work, Pilcher presented Sheri Stoltenberg, chief executive officer, with an American flag and certificate that read: &ldquo;On 27 December 2006, this American flag was carried onboard mission aircraft by IS1 Pilcher in support of combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom and the global war on terrorism.&rdquo;<br /><br />&ldquo;We were honored to be able to support Shane during his deployment,&rdquo; Stoltenberg said. &ldquo;He has been an important part of our team for several years, and we welcome his health care expertise back to our company.&rdquo;</p>

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