[Congressional Record Volume 160, Number 25 (Tuesday, February 11, 2014)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Page E201]
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                         ON THE USS NEW JERSEY


                         HON. ROBERT E. ANDREWS

                             of new jersey

                    in the house of representatives

                       Tuesday, February 11, 2014

  Mr. ANDREWS. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the volunteers who 
served Thanksgiving dinner to homeless veterans on the USS New Jersey 
this past November.
  These patriotic South Jersey citizens expressed their appreciation 
and gratitude those who have selflessly served in our armed services by 
taking time on Thanksgiving Day to give back to serve dinner to 
homeless veterans.
  For that reason Mister Speaker, it is my honor to submit the names of 
the volunteers for the Congressional Record. Dominick M. Carella, Bob 
Catando, Amber Louise Clark, Chenay Baxter Clark, Cadet Sophie-Leigh 
Clark, Malik Cobb Jr., Robert Day, Victoria Day, Jacqueline Dorosky, 
John Dorosky, Alexis Dowgin, Kyle Dowgin, Min Elders, Chris Fuller, 
Christopher Jonathan Gruberg, Gerard Harkins, Joseph Hawes, Matthew 
Hawes, the Hegarty family, Justin Henderson, James Dallas Hoefle, 
Deborah Johnson, Kelly Johnson, Ginelle Joseph, Jordan Kelley, Austin 
Kelley, Julie Keys, Bernadette N. Kirkland, Elijah Kirkland, Jan 
Maurice Kirkland, Keith Kirkland, Nzinga Kirkland, Justin Casey 
Lamanna, Chloe Madison, Carole Magowan, Steven Magowan, Chase Miller, 
Joanne Mooney, Martin Mooney, Kayla Phillips, Madison Phillips, Angelo 
D. Pizzullo Jr., Pamela Pratt, Alyssa Rivers, Alison Rivers, Luis 
Daniel Marchena Del Rosario, Joseph Rubino, Amanda Saini, Elizabeth 
Saini, Kenneth Aaron Smith, Sam Snyder, Susan Stefencavage, Donna 
Stein, Robert Stein, Beth T. Suckiel, Tatiana Swain, Kaoir Takasu, Ty 
Takasu, Carson Wallace, Charles Wallace III, Kay Walcott-Henderson, and 
Johanne Wells.
  Mr. Speaker, these volunteers exemplify the patriotic character of 
the citizens of South Jersey. As elected officials it is our duty to 
match their patriotism--by enacting laws that provide mental health 
support and other benefits to veterans, so that those who risk their 
lives on our behalf never become homeless.