Leadership changes over time, but friendships last between the Humphreys community and Pyeongtaek citizens.

Members of the U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys community attended the People-To-People International (PTPI) Pyeongtaek Chapter change of responsibility ceremony, Feb. 16, to bid farewell to outgoing president Ju-Yeon Paek, and welcome incoming president, Jae-il Kim.

Daniel Hancock, USAG Humphreys deputy garrison commander, attended the ceremony representing the garrison’s leadership to show gratitude for the organization’s continued support for the Humphreys military community. During his congratulatory remarks, Hancock shared how instrumental the organization’s support has been even through leadership changes. He thanked the former president and shared his enthusiasm for further strengthening the long-standing friendship between the Humphreys military community and one of its Good Neighbor organizations.

“As U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys has undergone a transformation growing its mission, personnel, and services – PTPI Pyeongtaek has been there each step of the way,” said Hancock. “Humphreys will continue to transform in the years to come and we will continue to lean on strong partnerships with PTPI and the community to ensure Humphreys remains the home of the U.S. Army in Korea.”