New National Guard leader takes over
SPRINGFIELD (AP) – Brig. Gen. Daniel Krumrei has assumed command of the Illinois National Guard.
Krumrei takes over for Congressman William Enyart, a retired major general who was elected to Congress as a Democrat last November. He had been in command of the Illinois National Guard since 2007. Krumrei had been command staff chaplain for the Guard since 2005.
Gov. Pat Quinn in December appointed him to take over for Enyart.
Krumrei assumed command in a ceremony over the weekend at a high school in the central Illinoi community of Chatham.
Roughly 13,000 people serve in the Illinois National Guard.
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