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Honoring The Extraordinary Life Of Thomas M. Lofton July 22, 2015
Susan Brooks, R-IN
"Tom’s experience in the law field is extensive and impressive. He started his career by serving as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Sherman Minton. After his clerkship he joined Baker & Daniels law firm in Indianapolis and remained there for over three decades. He developed a national reputation as an expert on tax-exempt organizations, providing counsel to organizations like The Clowes Fund, Liberty Fund, Indiana University Foundation, Christian Theological Seminary, the Eiteljorg Museum, and the Lilly Endowment, which he would later Chair."
Statements On Introduced Bills And Joint Resolutions July 22, 2015
Mark Warner, D-VA
"While the breach at OPM was and continues to be devastating to those federal employees who are affected, we need to remember that cybersecurity is not just an issue at OPM. A recent article in the New York Times quoted the President’s cyber advisor, Michael Daniels, as saying “it’s safe to say that federal agencies are not where we want them to be across the board,” that the bureaucracy needed a “mind-set shift,” that would put cybersecurity at the top of their list of priorities, and that “we clearly need to be moving faster.”"
Honoring The Extraordinary Life Of Judy Studebaker Warren July 10, 2015
Susan Brooks, R-IN
"Judy was an innovator and the Hoosier community was her beneficiary. She brought so much good to the City of Indianapolis, and her hard work did not go unnoticed. After she completed her Junior League of Indianapolis Presidency Mayor Bart Peterson named June 4, 2003 as Judy Warren Day in the City of Indianapolis. She also received Governor Daniels‘ Distinguished Hoosier Award in 2006 and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard’s Community Achievement Award in 2010."
Recognizing Rod Daniels May 20, 2015
Benjamin Cardin, D-MD
"Mr. President, I wish to recognize WBAL-TV 11 anchorman Rod Daniels for his career of journalistic service to the residents of the Greater Baltimore area. Mr. Daniels has been a trusted voice on WBAL-TV 11 for more than 30 years, and his steady and colorful reporting has remained consistent and creative throughout that time. On the occasion of his final nightly broadcast, which will occur this Friday, I would like to thank Mr. Daniels both for his years of service and his dedication to bringing viewers the nightly news with a regular measure of hope."
Paying Tribute To Major General R. Martin Umbarger Of The Indiana National Guard May 19, 2015
Luke Messer, R-IN
"General Umbarger started his career in public service as an enlisted soldier in the Indiana Army National Guard in 1969. Over the next three decades, Marty rose through the ranks and stood out as a remarkable leader. In 2004, then-Governor Mitch Daniels appointed him Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, where he served as the highest ranking military officer in our great State’s National Guard for more than 10 years."

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