June 13, 2018 - Issue: Vol. 164, No. 98 — Daily Edition115th Congress (2017 - 2018) - 2nd Session
HONORING JARED EICHHORN; Congressional Record Vol. 164, No. 98
(Extensions of Remarks - June 13, 2018)
Text available as:
Formatting necessary for an accurate reading of this text may be shown by tags (e.g., <DELETED> or <BOLD>) or may be missing from this TXT display. For complete and accurate display of this text, see the PDF.
[Extensions of Remarks] [Page E831] From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov] HONORING JARED EICHHORN ______ HON. PAUL D. RYAN of wisconsin in the house of representatives Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Mr. RYAN of Wisconsin. Mr. Speaker, I address the House today to mark Jared Eichhorn's last week working as the Director of the House Republican Cloakroom. The Cloakroom is a special place in the people's House, and Jared has been its reliable steward. Jared's service to the House dates back to the summer of 2006, when he began his tenure as a staff assistant for then-Majority Leader John A. Boehner (OH-08). Jared kept his head down and worked his way up the ladder, ultimately moving to the House floor as a Floor Assistant, a role in which he would flourish. Working with members and staff from the GOP Conference, Jared became a trusted source for parliamentary procedure and floor strategy. Given Jared's hard work and steadiness, it is no surprise that in 2015, Speaker Boehner named him to serve as the cloakroom's director, a post I asked him to continue in at the start of this speakership. Jared is one of the good guys. He is a team player who shows up every day and gives everything he has for this place. Whether it is running the Cloakroom, managing his team, fielding countless questions and requests from member offices, coordinating with the House Rules Committee, Jared's departure will be a big loss to our office and the institution. His quiet dedication to the people's House is an example for all of us, as his unflappable nature. A Cleveland native, Jared is a graduate of Miami University of Ohio, where I am also a proud alumnus. His bride, Sarah, is also a Cleveland native and Miami alumna. Yet while they were in both in Oxford at the same time, it would take a nudge by our former colleague from Ohio, Rep. Steve LaTourette, to make the first introduction. Jared and Sarah are expecting their first child later this summer and I could not be happier for them. I want to thank Sarah for her sacrifices during the late nights and long hours. We are so grateful for Jared's service to this institution, and the whole House is in his debt. ____________________