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Tribute To Colonel William B. Walkup—Tennessee Air National Guard February 25, 2015
Scott DesJarlais, R-TN
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Colonel William B. Walkup, Commander of the Tennessee National Guard’s 118th Wing, Mission Support Group. After 32 years of dedicated service to our state and country, Colonel Walkup has announced his retirement, effective April 18, 2015."
Selma Voting Rights February 25, 2015
John Carney, D-DE
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the 50th anniversary of the voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery and to urge my colleagues to pass voting rights legislation in this Congress."
Honoring William Wolfe February 25, 2015
Jason Smith, R-MO
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor William Wolfe for his exceptional service to our nation and Missouri. Mr. Wolfe began his twenty years of military service with the United States Army at the age of seventeen. During his years in the Army, he served as a pilot in the Vietnam War and flew AH-1 Cobra helicopters in combat. Two Purple Hearts were awarded to him for the wounds he endured during combat. He retired in 1980 at the rank of Captain."
Patrick Sullivan Tribute February 25, 2015
Scott Tipton, R-CO
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Patrick Sullivan, Rio Grande County’s Road and Bridge Supervisor and the 2014 recipient of the Colorado Association of Road Supervisors and Engineers Supervisor of the Year Award."
Honoring Sister Clare Carty February 25, 2015
Michael Fitzpatrick, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor a great leader and visionary in my community, Sister Clare Carty, who passed away on Saturday, February 14, at the age of 78. Sister Clare was born in Philadelphia and entered the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia in 1955, beginning her career as an elementary school teacher. In 1980, she joined the St. Mary Medical Center system as an assistant administrator, where I happened to be working as a hospital pharmacy clerk. I will never forget her kind interaction with her staff. Nobody was more proud of the colleagues, physicians, and volunteers at St. Mary’s than Sister Clare."

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