HONORING SAVAGE PRECISION FABRICATION; Congressional Record Vol. 156, No. 114
(Extensions of Remarks - July 30, 2010)

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[Extensions of Remarks]
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                           HON. RALPH M. HALL

                                of texas

                    in the house of representatives

                         Friday, July 30, 2010

  Mr. HALL of Texas. Madam Speaker, I rise today to honor Savage 
Precision Fabrication for being named the Small Business Subcontractor 
of the Year.
  Savage Precision Fabrication, and its owner W.T. Gardner, represent 
the very best of the American entrepreneurial spirit. The company is a 
Native American and Veteran owned business, founded by W.T. Gardner and 
his business partner and wife, JoAnn. The company started as a one man 
shop fabricating sheet metal components with only $2,000 worth of tools 
and equipment, and now boasts over $4 million in annual sales, and is a 
preferred manufacturer in the aerospace and defense industry.
  I am proud to have a company like Savage Precision in my district. 
Small businesses like this are what make America great, and I would 
again like to congratulate Savage Precision for their accomplishments 
and service to our country.