HONORING THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF MR. MAX STEIN; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 69
(Extensions of Remarks - April 29, 2019)

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[Extensions of Remarks]
[Pages E495-E496]
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                            HON. JOE NEGUSE

                              of colorado

                    in the house of representatives

                         Monday, April 29, 2019

  Mr. NEGUSE. Madam Speaker, I rise today to honor the numerous 
accomplishments of Mr. Max Stein.
   As a World War II Navy Veteran and long-time Professor of 
Mathematics at Colorado State University in my district, Mr. Stein 
knows the meaning of hard work better than most. Throughout his career, 
he worked tirelessly to ensure that any students he came in contact 
with understood the concepts they needed to succeed. This was true 
whether he was teaching World War II pilots how to use their radar 
technology or instructing doctoral candidates on how to defend their 
   Mr. Stein has not only been a long-time role model for his 
discipline, but for quality of character as well. As a husband, father, 
grandfather, and great-grandfather, he ensures that those around him 
understand how much he treasured them. This devotion has also been 
extended to the sports teams he tirelessly cheers, powering through 
with them in the good seasons and the bad. In addition to all of this, 
Mr. Stein's love for laughter has made

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his community a happier place every time he graces those around him 
with a smile.
   In honor of his 100th birthday last month, I believe it is only fair 
that we thank Mr. Stein for being an example of what it means to be an 
outstanding American. His dedication, character and good spirit has 
made the 2nd Congressional District of Colorado a better place. I am 
extremely proud to have the honor of representing such a distinguished 
individual in Congress and believe someone of his caliber should be 
honored with the utmost respect.