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House Proceeding 03-23-09 on Mar 23rd, 2009 :: 0:09:05 to 0:10:40
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Patrick T. McHenry

0:08:52 to 0:09:12( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick T. McHenry: kevin, you've been a great public certificate vanlt. i appreciate your dedication and wish you the best of luck. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: are there any further one-minute requests? for what purpose does the gentleman from north carolina rise? for one minute, revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: so

Patrick T. McHenry

0:09:05 to 0:10:40( Edit History Discussion )
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Patrick T. McHenry

0:09:13 to 0:09:34( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick T. McHenry: ordered. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i rise today to honor fire chief mark mccurie of fort city. he was recently named fire chief of the year by the north carolina association of fire chiefs. it itheir high 35 years ago, mark's uncle encouraged him to go into the family business of fire service.

Patrick T. McHenry

0:09:35 to 0:09:56( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick T. McHenry: now 35 years later he is still serving the community of forest city. line to protect those of his fellow citizens, he calls it like a calling. the chief understands that his men no longer just put our fires. all four city firemen are now certified e.m.t.'s and trained to deal with hazardous material

Patrick T. McHenry

0:09:57 to 0:10:20( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick T. McHenry: and weather emergencies. mark mccurie recently said, it takes a crazy person to run into a building that everyone else is running out of. i think we all agree. but no chief, it takes an extraordinary brave man to run into a burning building and recognized you as the bravest of all.

Patrick T. McHenry

0:10:21 to 0:10:41( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick T. McHenry: congratulations. the speaker pro tempore: are there further one-minute the chair lays before the house the following personal

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