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Honoring the Service of Andy Sigmon

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Honoring the Service of Andy Sigmon

Congressman Michael R. Turner
Congressional Record: 115th Congress
Extension of Remarks
13 January 2017

HON. MICHAEL R. TURNER of Ohio in the House of Representatives
Friday, January 13, 2017

  Mr. TURNER. Mr. Speaker, as Members of Congress, we know that the key 
to a successful congressional office is to recruit the best and 
brightest people to serve the people we represent. Today I want to 
recognize a valued staff member, Andy Sigmon, who is leaving my office 
after 6\1/2\ years of faithful service to me, and to my constituents in 
Southwest Ohio.
  Andy graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, the 
city where he was born and raised. He moved to my congressional 
district to attend law school, and earned his law degree from the 
University of Dayton. He joined my office as an intern in 2010, and 
quickly moved up the career ladder to legislative assistant. For the 
past 16 months he has served as my legislative director.
  Andy has had a direct role in the success of many of my top 
legislative priorities. In 2013, he helped gather bipartisan support 
among the Ohio congressional delegation, which enabled Central State 
University, one of our nation's oldest historically black institutions 
of higher education, to achieve land-grant status.
  His input and knowledge has been indispensable to my work on the 
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, particularly in my 
efforts to hold the Obama administration accountable for its decision 
to cut the pension and health benefits of the Delphi Salaried Retirees, 
following the government's bailout of General Motors. Andy has taken a 
heartfelt interest in seeking justice for the Delphi retirees in my 
district, and directed my efforts to restore the Health Coverage Tax 
Credit (HCTC), which thousands of Delphi Salaried Retirees have used to 
offset their increased healthcare costs.
  Andy Sigmon's hard work, loyalty, and public service exemplify his 
home state's Volunteer spirit. He is one of the finest people you could 
ever work with, or call a friend. I will always be grateful for his 
work these past six years on behalf of the people of Ohio's Tenth 
Congressional District. I wish him all the best as he begins the next 
chapter in his career.

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