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In Recognition Of Warren Heckman November 13, 2012
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I ask this body to rise with me to honor the outstanding service of Warren Heckman to the city of South San Francisco and the whole of San Mateo County. He was a role model for other teachers, a beacon for his students, and he will be remembered as an exceptional human being for many years to come."
In Recognition Of Roger Andrey June 21, 2012
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I ask this body to rise with me to honor the outstanding service of Officer Robert Andrey to the people of Burlingame. For almost three decades, he made our community a safer and better place every single day. He will be deeply missed by his colleagues and residents alike."
In Recognition Of Dr. Amelito Enriquez April 24, 2012
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I ask this body to rise with me to honor Dr. Amelito Enriquez, an exceptional teacher, mentor, and engineer who has opened the hearts and minds of thousands of students to the world of science, math, and engineering."
In Recognition Of Tom Huening April 24, 2012
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I ask this body to rise with me to honor my friend Tom Huening for his tireless dedication to our community on this day of his retirement as the San Mateo County Controller. He is an extraordinary person who possesses the qualities of a businessman, a humanist and a visionary. San Mateo County is a more efficient and better place because of his outstanding work."
In Recognition Of Robert J. Payne April 23, 2012
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I ask this body to rise with me to honor the distinguished service of Officer Robert Payne to the residents of Daly City. His familiar face will be missed by his fellow officers and citizens alike."

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