Dan Holtz thanked Cortney Wascher, and his Anderson Lock co-workers, for being supportive of his frequent time-off requests.

Dan Holtz and Thomas Didier

Dan Holtz and his manager, Thomas Didier, pose with the ‘Best Wishes’ cake on Dan’s last day at Anderson Lock before leaving for active duty in the U.S. Marines.

Since 2019, Dan worked as an inside lock tech, but, traveled out of state frequently for specialized Marine Reserves training. He was sworn in to active duty on April 29.

Sergeant Holtz will work as a Marine recruiter this summer, then in September will move, with his wife and son, to Okinawa, where he expects to be stationed for three-plus years. He’ll serve there as a Marine specialist.

Best wishes, Dan, and thank you for your service!


Latin for “Always Faithful,” Semper Fidelis is the motto of every Marine—an eternal and collective commitment to the success of our battles, the progress of our Nation, and steadfast loyalty to fellow Marines.