Army Reserve Citizen-Soldier 'humbled' to meet commander in chief

Christmas came early for one Army Reserve Citizen-Soldier who received a gift that will keep on giving for a lifetime.

Anthony Quattrone, a security specialist for the Army Reserve’s 99th Regional Support Command headquartered here, was chosen to be part of a select group that would meet President Barack Obama during his visit here Dec. 15.

“This is something that I will be able to tell my children about,” said Quattrone, who lives with his family in Deptford. “To say I was humbled is an understatement.”

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