HONORING ANTWAN CLARK; Congressional Record Vol. 162, No. 55
(Extensions of Remarks - April 12, 2016)

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                         HONORING ANTWAN CLARK


                        HON. BENNIE G. THOMPSON

                             of mississippi

                    in the house of representatives

                        Tuesday, April 12, 2016

  Mr. THOMPSON of Mississippi. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor a 
remarkable public servant, Mr. Antwan Clark.
  Antwan Clark was born March 26, 1980 to the proud parents of 
Sylvester and Jeanette Clark of Lexington, Mississippi. He has two 
sisters, Kadisha and Abbie.
  Antwan is the epitome of the phrase ``strength through adversity''. 
After being left paralyzed after a car accident during his junior year 
of high school, Antwan persevered. His determination to attain success 
motivated him to graduate from J.J. McClain High School in 1998 with 
honors. After graduating with honors from JJMHS, Antwan attended Holmes 
Community College and majored in Business and Office Technology. To 
continue pursuing his goals, he then enrolled in Antonelli College 
where he earned a degree in Computer Technical Support and Networking, 
maintaining a 3.9 grade-point average. In 2007, the Career College 
Association invited Antwan to Washington, D.C., where he was awarded 
for his achievements.
  Antwan is currently employed by the Community Students Learning 
Center (CSLC) in Lexington, MS as an Information Technology Specialist 
and Website Developer. He also uses his knowledge and technical skills 
to tutor and teach computer classes at CSLC. Antwan also has a home-
based computer repair business called ``Top Quality Computer Services'' 
located at 1131 Busy Bee Road, Lexington, MS 39095. His business 
specializes in issues regarding: computer repair, software 
applications, computer networking, virus/spyware removal, and website 
  Mr. Speaker, I ask my colleagues to join me in recognizing Mr. Antwan 
Clark for his dedication and support to the Holmes County Community.