Paul’s emotional interview with Rep. Doug Geiss

Michigan State Representative Douglas A. Geiss has introduced legislation in the Michigan House to designate US-24 Telegraph Road from Van Born Road to Pennsylvania Road as “The Corporal Matthew Edwards Memorial Highway” in honor of my nephew, a Taylor (Michigan) Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty on July 23, 2010.

I spoke with Representative Geiss about his legislation on Tuesday, October 25, 2011:

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3 Replies to “Paul’s emotional interview with Rep. Doug Geiss”

  1. God bless you Representative Geiss and God Bless you Paul. Matthew and his entire family are very blessed to be represented by you and the city of Taylor has shined through all of this. We could all take a lesson on how God expects us to be his hands reaching out to those in need. I hope and pray that not one person speaks an unkind word about any of this. There but for the grace of God go I.

  2. Being a good friend of Representative Geiss, this news comes as no surprise to me. Doug is a man of extraordinary service to his community. His sense of conviction in doing the right thing is what drives him and his core value of compassion is beyond compare for a man in his position. Doug is a fine example of witnessing the Gospel to others in public life. Well done my friend. Vivat Jesus!

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