#6548636 at 2019-05-21 06:51:08 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8373: Rapid Fire Edition
Resignations in the news today - part 2
Comfort Fincap Ltd. - Announcement under Regulation 30 (LODR)-Resignation of Director
Pillai retires as UST Global's CEO
House Speaker Glen Casada resigns from job at pharmaceutical company Merck
The Chi's Jason Mitchell to Exit Amid Allegations of Inappropriate Behavior
SK Planning Director resigns
Bradley University President GaryRoberts to retire in 2020
Head of Jewish Museum resigns
Matt Hamilton resigns from Roaring Fork school board
Hersey Village President Resigns
Voyager's CSO Dinah Sah to Retire, Omar Khwaja Expands Role
Austria's far-right Freedom Party ministers all resign amid scandal
Metro Corrections director to retire
Brown resigns from Chickasha Public Schools Board of Education
Teachers, faculty, support staff to retire
Leander Economic Development Director Mark Willis resigns
John Sweet Resigns as Chairman of Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc.
ECU Women's Golf head coach resigns
Corning School District Superintendent retiring
Macksville volunteers feel its time to resign
#5114912 at 2019-02-11 03:07:24 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6533: [Planned Parenthood] Edition
Long-serving Republican Rep. Walter Jones dies on 76th birthday
Kristin Lam, USA TODAY Published 7:41 p.m. ET Feb. 10, 2019 | Updated 9:06 p.m. ET Feb. 10, 2019
Republican U.S. Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina, known for his criticism of the 2003 invasion of Iraq after initially supporting it, died Sunday.
His congressional office confirmed his death in a statement, saying Jones died on his 76th birthday in Greenville, North Carolina. Jones began hospice care in January after breaking his hip and took a leave of absence from Congress in late 2018.
"He was a champion for our men and women in uniform and their families, always mindful of their service and sacrifice," the statement partially read. "Congressman Jones will long be remembered for his honesty, faith and integrity. He was never afraid to take a principled stand."
Jones had represented the state's third congressional district since 1995. In combination with his service in the state Legislature, Jones held office for more than 34 years. He previously announced his 2018 campaign, for which he ran unopposed in the general election, was his last.
In a March 28, 2018, photo, Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., speaks in an interview at his campaign office in Greenville, N.C.
In a March 28, 2018, photo, Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., speaks in an interview at his campaign office in Greenville, N.C. (Photo: GaryRobertson, AP)
Known as a political maverick, Jones was one of the first Republicans to flip positions on the war in Iraq, even as his district included Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.
He ultimately signed well over 11,000 letters to the families of dead troops, describing that as a penance of sorts.
"For me, it's a sacred responsibility that I have to communicate my condolences to a family," Jones said in a 2017 interview with The Associated Press. "And it's very special to me because it goes back to my regretting that I voted to go into the Iraq War."
House Republican Whip Steve Scalise said Jones will be missed in a statement.
"He was a champion for our nation's service members, seniors, children, and a faithful servant to the people of North Carolina's 3rd District," Scalise said. "Most importantly, he was a dear friend to many of us."