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FACTSHEET | May 4, 2015

Robert Kasulke

New York Ambassador

Robert Kalsulke, New York Ambassador
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Robert Kalsulke, New York Ambassador
Photo By: Courtesy Photo
VIRIN: 150504-A-WX746-053

Name: Robert J. Kasulke

Hometown: Watertown

E-mail Address: ckasulke@twcny.rr.com 

 

Civilian Education: BS-Biology, Fordham University; MD- Syracuse colle Of Medicine; MPA- Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

 

Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: ROA (National Surgeon, US VP CIOMR,); AUSA; Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization;, Jefferson County Hospice (Associate Medical Director), Homeward Bound Adirondacks, AMSUS (Board of Managers) Civilian Honors:Paul Harris Fellow, International Society of Rotarians

Military Retirement Rank and Date, Service and Key Positions: Retired: Major General, 1 October 2012, USAR; Commander of Army Reserve Medical Command; Deputy Surgeon General, Mobilization, Readiness and Reserve Affairs; Commanding General, 8th Medical Brigade, Fort Wadsworth, New York

Name of Spouse and Children: Wife- Cathy, Children- Stephen and Kristen

Army Reserve Ambassador Robert J. Kasulke is a physician practicing in Watertown, NY.He is a graduate of Fordham University where he received his BS in Biology.He attended medical school at SUNY Syracuse (NY) College of Medicine.He also earned an MPA degree from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, with concentration in Health Care Policy. He retired as a Major General from the USAR.His last position was Commanding General of the Army Reserve Medical Command in Pinellas Park, Florida.He is a graduate of the US Army War College. Ambassador Kasulke is on the boards of several organizations which serve the needs of the civilian, military, and veteran members of the community.