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An Hour Of Power February 1, 2016
Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY
"We appreciate that unique and tremendous combination of skill and ability that you bring to the people that you represent so ably in Columbus, Ohio, and, of course, really, on behalf of America as you stand here anchoring this Congressional Black Caucus Special Orders hour."
In Honor Of Father Paul Wynants December 18, 2015
Gerald Connolly, D-VA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise to express my respect and admiration for Father Paul Wynants. Father Wynants has been a true spiritual leader, providing guidance and comfort to thousands since first being ordained 64 years ago. Father Paul G. Wynants was born on August 2, 1925, in Heverlee, Belgium. He entered the Missionhurst Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1944 and was ordained on July 29, 1951. He departed for his mission assignments in the United States in 1953. Father Wynants served as assistant pastor at Christ the King Church in Norfolk from 1954-55; professor at Maryhill Seminary in Pinesville, LA., from 1955-58; assistant pastor at St. Dominic Parish in Columbus, Ohio, from 1958-59; and assistant pastor at St. Patrick Church in Detroit, Mich., from 1959-62. In 1964, Father Wynants was appointed spiritual director and rector for the Missionhurst Seminary in Washington, DC. In 1975, he was assigned as director of vocations for the U.S. Province. Residing at Missionhurst in Arlington, he also served as rector there until 1981. Under his guidance, Missionhurst evolved into the Missionhurst Mission Center, where he served as coordinator until "
Recognizing Major William “Bill” Conklin Nosker September 30, 2015
Steve Stivers, R-OH
"Bill was born in 1919 in Columbus, Ohio, and later moved to Upper Arlington. He was an active high school athlete, earning 14 varsity letters in four sports. He became one of the first athletes from Upper Arlington to play football at a major university and earned varsity letters three years at The Ohio State University. In 1940, Bill was named to the honorary All-Big Ten Team. "
Congratulations To Mr. Gary Easterling July 28, 2015
Bill Huizenga, R-MI
"Mr. Easterling served previously as CEO of Century Credit Union in Cleveland, Ohio, and with Wright Patt Credit Union in Fairborn, Ohio, where he held leadership roles in almost every functional area. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana. He currently serves on NAFCU’s Legislative Committee. Mr. Easterling’s deep knowledge of legislative and regulatory issues facing credit unions will give him tremendous expertise on the NAFCU Board, especially as the country continues to recover from the financial crisis."
Recognizing Michael F. Colley July 15, 2015
Steve Stivers, R-OH
"Michael Colley was born in Youngstown, Ohio and grew up in Columbus, Ohio. After graduating from St. Charles Preparatory School, Michael attended the Ohio State University where he served as President of his fraternity, Kappa Sigma, and was a member of the baseball team. Michael continued his education at Ohio State after graduation in law school, where he earned his Juris Doctoral degree in 1961."

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