HONORING CHARLES HOWARD BRADSHAW; Congressional Record Vol. 166, No. 6
(Extensions of Remarks - January 10, 2020)

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[Extensions of Remarks]
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                    HONORING CHARLES HOWARD BRADSHAW

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                        HON. H. MORGAN GRIFFITH

                              of virginia

                    in the house of representatives

                        Friday, January 10, 2020

  Mr. GRIFFITH. Madam Speaker, I rise to honor Charles Howard Bradshaw, 
a Fire Department Chief and business owner in Henry County, and his 
wife Sherri, who died on December 13, 2019. Mr. Bradshaw was a 
tremendous contributor to Henry County and his presence will be missed.
  Mr. Bradshaw was president of Triangle Electric Corporation, a 
privately-owned and operated business since 1965, but had also long 
served as a first responder. In the 1980s, Mr. Bradshaw was employed 
with the Fieldale Police Department. Since 2007, he had been Chief of 
the Horsepasture Volunteer Fire Department. In 2010, he was honored as 
Outstanding Firefighter for the month of May and Fire Officer of the 
year.
  In addition to his business and first responder activities, Mr. 
Bradshaw served on the Henry County Building Board of Appeal.
  In 2010, he was recognized for his many years volunteering with Henry 
County by receiving the Jack Dalton Community Service Award.
  Charles and Sherri Bradshaw are survived by their daughter, Ashlee 
Bradshaw (James Hill); son, Michael Bradshaw (Crystal Beckett); sister-
in-law, Barbara Bradshaw; grandchildren, Hunter, Logan, Lauren, Rylee, 
Nikole and Jordan; nephew, Jonathan Bradshaw (Elisha); and several 
other nieces and nephews.
  Henry County and the Commonwealth of Virginia were fortunate to have 
a great volunteer, leader, and businessman in their community. I offer 
my condolences to the Bradshaw family, the volunteers of the 
Horsepasture Fire Department, and the people of Henry County on their 
loss.

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