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Entry Title Date
National Foster Care Month May 21, 2015
Tom Rooney, R-FL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize May as National Foster Care Month."
Recognizing Holy Cross Lutheran Church On Its 125Th Anniversary May 21, 2015
Tom Emmer, R-MN
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Holy Cross Lutheran Church of St. Cloud, Minnesota, for their 125th anniversary."
Recognizing Delbert Stevens For His Heroic Actions In Defense Of His Country During World War Ii May 21, 2015
Bill Shuster, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Delbert Stevens, a native of Altoona, for his heroic efforts and selfless service to his country in World War II. Mr. Stevens, who grew up in Huntingdon County, will be deservingly honored at the upcoming Altoona Memorial Day Parade. He joined the Marines in 1943 when he was 23. He fought for our nation at Iwo Jima, where American forces undertook a historically difficult mission to advance our position in the war. Though nearly 7,000 Americans perished and 20,000 more were wounded in the siege, Mr. Stevens survived the long battle. Among the soldiers called upon to secure the island, Mr. Stevens, serving as a corporal in the 28th Marine Regiment, overcame some of the grisliest experiences of combat. In unwavering service to his country and fellow Marines, he contributed to a decisive victory that ultimately helped enable American victory in the Pacific in World War "
Congratulating Jeff Hermansen For His Brave Act Of Heroism On The Job May 21, 2015
Cheri Bustos, D-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Jeff Hermansen for his heroic actions on May 5, 2015. Mr. Hermansen selflessly put himself in harm’s way in order to save the life of another. Jeff Hermansen, a UPS delivery driver, was following his usual route across the East State Street Bridge in Rockford, Illinois on Tuesday, May 5th when he noticed a man struggling in the Rock River. Without hesitating, Hermansen removed his shoes, swam into the unpredictable Rock River, and brought the stranger to safety. Mr. Hermansen’s selfless heroics are made even more impressive by his excellent character. Following the incident, he declined any special treatment and went about his delivery route. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Hermansen’s harrowing actions and admirable display of character are the true embodiment of a hero."
Honoring Martha Herm For Her Work With The Center For Prevention Of Abuse May 21, 2015
Cheri Bustos, D-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Martha Herm for the more than two decades she spent as the Executive Director of the Center for Prevention of Abuse in Peoria, Illinois. Annually, the Center provides assistance to more than 5,000 victims of domestic, sexual and elder abuse in addition to providing prevention education to children, teens and adults across Central Illinois."

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