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House Proceeding 12-16-09 on Dec 17th, 2009 :: 0:10:05 to 0:11:35
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James Jordan

0:10:03 to 0:10:23( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: our loss will be her husband joe's gain and the rest of her and her grandchild. thank you for your service to this great nathes and the sixth i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore:

James Jordan

0:10:05 to 0:11:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: James Jordan

James Jordan

0:10:24 to 0:10:45( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: without objection, you have one minute. >> i rise today to honor the life of one of america's fallen her sis hanson. born in salt lake city, sergeant hanson was assigned to the 36th infantry regiment, 10th mountain division.

James Jordan

0:10:46 to 0:11:06( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: he spent 10 years in the marine corps before join neg army he was served deployments in africa, kosovo, iraq, after gap -- afghanistan and the mediterranean he died on december 11, 2009, as a result of injuries in afghanistan.

James Jordan

0:11:07 to 0:11:29( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: dennis is survived by his loving family, including his wife jennifer, their children, and his parents dwight and bonnie. it was clear that he had a positive impact on the lives of everyone around him. he was a lead eark family man, an accomplished wrestler in his youth and a champion in every sense of the word. he bravely stood up,

James Jordan

0:11:30 to 0:11:36( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: volunteered to serve and gave family, community, state and nation. for this,e owe him and his

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