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Sergeant David Kinterknecht Post Office

Floor Speech

Date: Sept. 14, 2020
Location: Washington, DC

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Mr. TIPTON. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 4200.

I would like to thank my colleagues for the kind words in regard to Sergeant Kinterknecht and the sacrifice that he made on behalf of our communities.

H.R. 4200 will make a technical correction to prior legislation signed into law to designate the primary USPS facility in Montrose, Colorado, after Sergeant David Kinterknecht, who was killed in the line of duty on July 25, 2009.

Sergeant Kinterknecht was born and raised in Montrose and graduated from Mesa State College and the Delta Montrose Technical College.

His career in law enforcement began in the 1980s, and throughout his career, he served in the Telluride Marshal's Office, the San Miguel County Sheriff's Office, and the Montrose County Sheriff's Office.

Sergeant Kinterknecht was a respected law enforcement officer, a dedicated public servant, and a family man. His death was mourned throughout the entire State of Colorado, and the passage of H.R. 4200 will help preserve and honor the memory of Sergeant Kinterknecht in his community.

I am grateful for the entire Colorado delegation signing on to this legislation to honor someone who gave his all for his community in support of all he loved.

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