Posted on Dec 01, 2023
Kyle is from Colorado Springs and has been at CSU for seven years, obtaining his undergraduate degree and currently working on his Masters degree. Upon commissioning, he would like to be an Operations Research Analyst. “Cadet Shetler has been on fire this Fall Term as our cadet wing Public Affairs (PA) lead,” reports Detachment Commander Gregg Johnson. “He has taken previous PA processes/products and improved on them many times over.” Kyle played a critical part in the CSU ROTC Alumni Rendezvous event where he captured generations of ROTC alumni/Veteran engagements during the dedicated time with cadets and social time.

Moreover, he worked with the Wyoming Air National Guard PA team to capture the C-130 flyover (from the aircraft!) for the CSU Military Appreciation Game. Additionally, he is a selfless leader for when a task is required, he is the first to volunteer to help the team, and also takes time to connect with other cadets to hear their stories. Outside ROTC Kyle works at CSU Central Receiving. For enjoyment he rides his bike, makes videos, photographs places he’s visited and enjoys all Fort Collins has to offer. Rotary congratulates Cadet Kyle Shetler on his Rotary Award recognition and offers best wishes for future success in finishing his Masters and serving our Nation!

Photo: Rotarian Bob Simmons presents Award to Cadet Kyle Shetler with Colonel Gregg Johnson, Detachment 90 Commander.