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Congressman Turner released the following statement after sending Chief Executive Officer & Medical Center Director Glenn A. Costie, a letter of congratulations after the Dayton VA was chosen to house the Veterans Affairs (VA) National Archives.

“I would like to congratulate Director Costie on this honor and his continued dedication to our nation’s veterans. This distinction and honor would not be possible without your hard work.  I have worked diligently with our community to bring this important site to the Dayton area and I look forward to working together on this effort.”

Congressman Turner was able to personally congratulate Director Costie yesterday while attending the Dayton Development Coalition Fly-In events.