obituaries

From the archives: Walter Jones’ salute to the troops
 

Republican Rep. Walter B. Jones, who died Sunday, was best known for bucking party lines and for his support of the U.S. Marines Corps. The wall outside his Capitol Hill office is blanketed in photos of slain Marines from Camp Lejeune, a Marine Corps headquarters in Jones’ North Carolina district.

In 2017 Jones gave Roll Call a tour of his Rayburn office, including the tribute wall and other mementos from his many years in Congress.

From the archives: Debbie Dingell’s office homage to the longest serving House member — her husband and predecessor, John
 

Former Rep. John Dingell, D-Michigan, died Thursday at 92. He served over 59 years in Congress, and his legacy lives on in the historical and sentimental objects he collected over the years.

Remembering a Life: Louise M. Slaughter
 

Enzi, Sanders Mourn Passing of Budget Panel's Top Clerk

Kamp, seen here during distribution of the president's budget request. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)

The Senate Budget Committee is mourning the untimely death of one of its staffers, Adam Kamp.  

Kamp, 30, had been the committee's chief clerk since February 2014, and he was recognized by Chairman Michael B. Enzi of Wyoming for his contributions to shepherding the new GOP majority's budget resolution through the legislative process.