Lieutenant Commander Werschky was raised in Amarillo, TX. He enlisted in the Navy in 1990 and served as an Aerographers Mate until 1995. He completed tours of duty at Naval Air Station Cubi Point, RP and onboard the USS Nimitz (CVN-68).
Lieutenant Commander Werschky earned his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1999. He served in the Army National Guard from 1997 to 2001 as a Military Intelligence Analyst. Assignments included a tour with the 49th Armored Division as Senior Intelligence Analyst and a tour with the 35th Infantry Division as G2 Collection Management and Dissemination Noncommissioned Officer in Charge.
Lieutenant Commander Werschky was commissioned into the Civil Engineer Corps in September 2001. His first assignment was the Assistant Resident Officer in Charge of Construction at Naval Air Station Oceana, VA. In 2003, he reported to Naval Support Facility Thurmont, MD as the Assistant Public Works Officer.
He joined the Seabees of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion ONE, Gulfport, MS in 2005 where he completed assignments as Charlie and Echo Company Commander and later served as AirDet Officer-in-Charge and deployed as Korea Detail Officer-in-Charge. In 2007, he reported to Navy Personnel Command, Millington, TN where he served as the Civil Engineer Corps Junior Officer Detailer. In 2009, he reported to Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan where he served as the Afghanistan National Army Construction Program Manger.
He earned his Masters of Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2010. Prior to assuming command of Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit TWO ZERO TWO in June 2013, he served as the Public Works Officer/Facilities Management Department Head at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA.
Lieutenant Commander Werschky is a qualified Seabee Combat Warfare Officer and a registered Professional Engineer in Texas.
His personal decorations include Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (four awards), Army Commendation Medal (two awards), Navy Achievement Medal (two awards), Navy Good Conduct Medal, and various campaign, unit, and service awards.