Tribute to First Director Charles E. Brueggeman of the Illinois State Police on his retirement.
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Mr. DURBIN. Madam President, today I would like to recognize the extraordinary work of First Deputy Director Charles E. Brueggemann of the Illinois State Police. Mr. Brueggeman has served with distinction for 25 years with the Illinois State Police, including as second in command of the department since April 1, 2008. Mr. Brueggemann received his bachelors degree from McKendree University and a master’s degree in Homeland Defense and Security from the Naval Postgraduate School. Married for more than two decades to his wife Susan, they have two daughters Beth and Ali.
Mr. Brueggeman received his masters degree in Homeland Defense and Security from the Naval Postgraduate School. Married for more than two decades to his wife Susan, they have two daughters Beth and Ali. I congratulate Mr. Brueggerman on his retirement and thank him for his serive to the people of Illinois.
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