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The Fort Ord Historian Referenced in the City's RFP Supports FOEF Bid for Restoration

Updated: Dec 26, 2020

It is time for a new concessionaire! Hidden in plain sight for twenty-two years, the Fort Ord Station Veterinary Hospital is worthy of preservation. We are very pleased that Greg Krenzelok, the Fort Ord Station Veterinary Hospital historian embraces our vision and efforts to restore the historic buildings.

FORT ORD U.S. ARMY STATION VETERINARY HOSPITAL (HORSE) WW2

THE PRESERVATION OF THE HISTORICAL FORT ORD STATION VETERINARY HOSPITAL (U.S. ARMY HORSE 1941) AND MUSEUM IS AT STAKE The U.S. Army Veterinary Corps Historical Preservation Group has spent a lot of time in its effort to preserve these historical buildings. I was interviewed by the reporter and my comments were not published in the below article. I need to make it very clear we only support the RFP application of the Fort Ord Equine Foundation.

Greg Krenzelok, Director, U.S. Army Veterinary Corps Historical Preservation Group.

Click on link the below link to read the article in the December 17, 2020 Monterey Weekly:

Title: "Marina seeks a possible new vendor to run the Marina Equestrian Center, in a tense battle that pits a longtime nonprofit operator against newcomers"

Monterey Weekly Article Dec. 17, 2020

https://www.montereycountyweekly.com/news/local_news/marina-seeks-a-possible-new-vendor-to-run-the-marina-equestrian-center-in-a-tense/article_09695c40-3ff6-11eb-945c-2f467f4305b7.html

http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~gregkrenzelok/genealogy/veterinary%20corp%20in%20ww1/fort%20ordequestriancenter.html

photo sources: LR Stickler Collection- Greg Krenzelok, Operating table-Greg Krenzelok, Michael E. Capodarco, 107th Horse/Mechanized Cavalry Website-Greg Krenzelok,

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