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In Recognition Of Thomas F. Quinnan, Recipient Of The 2016 Greater Pittston Friendly Sons Of Saint Patrick Achievement Award March 15, 2016
Matt Cartwright, D-PA
"Mr. Quinnan was employed by the Federal Aviation Administration for over 33 years and retired as the Field Office Manager, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton sector. His career started at the New York International Airport, and he advanced to a Navigational Aid Specialist assigned to the Newark, New Jersey sector office. During his time in Newark, he was assigned to most of the facilities in the state of New Jersey including the Teterboro, Newark, Trenton, Morristown, and Atlantic City airports. In 1975, Tom was selected to be Chief of Navaids And Communications Unit at the Rochester International Airport, where he served until his selection as manager at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. During his career, Tom obtained FAA Certification credentials on Instrument Landing Systems, Vhf Omnirange, Tactical Air Navigation, Air Traffic Control Towers, and several other air traffic control systems."
M&M’S 75Th Anniversary March 3, 2016
Scott Garrett, R-NJ
"On March 3, 1941, in Newark, New Jersey, Mars began producing M&Ms as military rations for those serving in World War II. Over the 75 years since their founding, M&Ms grew to become an internationally recognized brand and a symbol of American innovation and quality."
Congressional Black Caucus January 11, 2016
Hakeem Jeffries, D-NY
"If you block funding for the ATF, what you essentially are doing is supporting the efforts of the merchants of death who rely on underenforcement by the ATF, because of an absence of resources, in order to flood communities like Chicago; south central Los Angeles; parts of Brooklyn; Newark, New Jersey; and many other neighborhoods with illegal weapons."
Long Beach Loses Legend, Marilyn Green December 18, 2015
Alan Lowenthal, D-CA
"A native of Newark, New Jersey, Marilyn eventually made her way to Stanford Law School. While attending as one of only two female students in her class, she met and married journalist Terence Green."
Congressional Black Caucus July 13, 2015
Robin Kelly, D-IL
"I yield to the kind gentleman from Newark, New Jersey (Mr. Payne)."

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