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Bumstead joined by family of fallen first responder fire chief at 911

first_img The family of fallen Pentwater firefighter John Sayles and Pentwater Fire Chief Terry Cluchey, as well as family friend Crystal Babbin, joined state Rep. Jon Bumstead at a ceremony at the state Capitol honoring the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.Rep. Jon Bumstead (left) and Sen. Geoff Hansen, with Melanie, Marissa and Mandi Sayles, Crystal Babbin and Pentwater Fire Chief Terry Cluchey at a ceremony honoring the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The ceremony also paid tribute to fallen Michigan first responders and military personnel.“I was honored to have the family of John Sayles, as well as Crystal Babbin and Chief Cluchey with me on this day of remembrance,” said Bumstead, R-Newaygo.  “On a day that we remembered not only the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks but also fallen first responders, it was a great honor to pay tribute to John Sayles, who lost his life last year.  His dedication to protecting others should be an inspiration to all of us.”Sayles is survived by his wife Melanie and daughters Marissa, Mandi and Mercedy.  Melanie, Marissa and Mandi attended the ceremony with Bumstead, which paid tribute to fallen first responders and military personnel from Michigan as well as the victims of the terrorist attack.#### 13Sep Bumstead joined by family of fallen first responder, fire chief at 9/11 ceremony Categories: Newslast_img read more

Fiscally responsible budget approved for community colleges

first_img05Apr Fiscally responsible budget approved for community colleges Categories: Bizon News The House Community Colleges Subcommittee on Appropriations last week approved a fiscally sound budget that funds Michigan’s priorities while using taxpayer dollars wisely, state Rep. Dr. John Bizon announced.“The budget for community colleges will continue to give support to Michigan students and their future careers,” said Bizon, of Battle Creek. “Community colleges will also benefit from this fund and taxpayer’s money will continue to provide excellent education opportunities.”Michigan’s community colleges offer over 411,000 students access to affordable postsecondary educational opportunities. Programs provided by community colleges include vocational and technical programs.The community colleges budget bill now advances to the House Appropriations Committee.###last_img read more