CONGRATULATING FRANK J. LIKAR; Congressional Record Vol. 151, No. 5
(Extensions of Remarks - January 25, 2005)

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                     CONGRATULATING FRANK J. LIKAR


                          HON. MELISSA A. HART

                            of pennsylvania

                    in the house of representatives

                       Tuesday, January 25, 2005

  Ms. HART. Mr. Speaker, I would like to take this opportunity to 
congratulate Frank J. Likar of Pittsburgh on his retirement after 34 
years of service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh 
District. A luncheon will be held in his honor on Friday, January 21, 
2005, in Pittsburgh.
  Frank has been the Deputy District Engineer for Programs and Project 
Management in the Pittsburgh District since June 2003. Prior to this, 
Frank held several supervisory and management positions throughout the 
Pittsburgh District in engineering, construction, operations and 
project management. Frank began his federal career in the District in 
1971 after serving in the U.S. Marine Corps and in 1976 he was one of 
four selected for the District Executive Development Program.
  A graduate from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971, Frank is a 
registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania, and a member of the 
Chi Epsilon national civil engineering honors fraternity.
  I ask my colleagues in the United States House of Representatives to 
join me in honoring Mr. Frank J. Likar. It is an honor to represent the 
Fourth Congressional District of Pennsylvania and a pleasure to salute 
the service of citizens like Frank Likar who personify civic pride and 
make the communities that they live in truly special.