Arthur Katz 

Veteran U.S. Coast Guard 

CEO, Dunwoody Group

I left for Vietnam in October 1965, and returned to my wife Carol, and our first child, 4-month-old Lisa. During that year I spoke to Carol one time via something called radio telephone. Other than that, communication was by “snail mail,” which arrived in sporadic bunches, sometimes not for several weeks. As Commanding Officer of a Coast Guard gunboat patrolling the Vietnam Coast and the Mekong Delta, I was responsible for the lives of my 13-man crew. We were involved in multiple actions with the enemy, and proudly, never suffered any of our crew wounded or killed. I was and am proud to have served my country, which I fervently believe is the best in the world.

He is currently President of Temple Emanuel, Art has served on MJCCA Board for 18 years.

Karl Hydrick

Veteran U.S. Army

MJCCA’s Director of Security

I joined the army in the late 70’s, attended training at Ft. Benning.  After training, I was assigned to several different units during the course of my time in the Army. I attended other training that was available. I spent most of my service with units in Germany. I was able to travel to other countries and work with those countries’ military units.  While stationed in Germany, I spent most of my “off time” with a German farming family at their farm, and participating in Volksmarches around the country. During the Volksmarches I would meet many people from different towns in Germany. I also had the opportunity to do a lot of snow skiing especially cross country skiing. I was so proud to have served my country through my time in the U.S. Army.


Cary S. King

Veteran, U.S. Army, Army Reserves, National Guard

 Senior Partner, Jacobs & King, LLC

I served 24 years in the United States Army from 1963-1987. I served 7 years on active duty and 16 years in the Army Reserves and retired from the National Guard. During my military career, I served tours in Vietnam, Germany, and numerous military posts in the United States. I served in the Infantry and Artillery in Vietnam during 1967 and 1968. During my service I was awarded five Bronze Stars, two of which were for valor, the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Palm for Valor, a Purple Heart, five Air Medals, the Army Commendation Medal with “V” Device for Valor, the Vietnam Campaign and Vietnam Service Medals, the Vietnamese Honor Medal, Air Crewman’s Wings, three Unit Citations and the Combat Infantryman’s Badge.

Cary is currently involved in numerous service organizations that provide legal and other services for veterans

. We were involved in multiple actions with the enemy, and proudly, never suffered any of our crew wounded or killed. Arthur Katz