Congressman Poe with friend and Pearl Harbor Survivor, Chief Petty Officer Luke Trahan
Chief Trahan spent 38 years in the US Navy. Sadly, he passed away on December 5, 2007. We remember him, all those who were lost or wounded, and those who survived the brutal attack on America 73 years ago. As President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, December 7, 1941, is a day which will live in infamy. America will never forget.
Congressman Poe with Ambassador Taranjit Sandhu
The Deputy Chief of Mission in the Indian Embassy
Congressman named Crime Fighter of the Year by The North Texas Crime Commission
For his work on crime prevention.
Congressman Poe with Medal of Honor recipient David McNerney
A true American hero.
Congressman Poe presents a proclamation to Dr. Doan and Dr. Hodges
At the Grand Opening of Memorial Hermann Kingwood Clinic
Iraq Veteran Dustin Flemming joins Congressman Ted Poe
We honor you this Veterans Day.
Congressman Poe with the President of the Asian Chamber of Commerce, Linda Toyota
At a forum on trade, energy and exporting in Houston.
Corporal Frank Buckles, Jr. The last American World War I veteran who lived to be 110
A truly remarkable American hero.
Congressman Poe with panel speakers at a Human Trafficking Forum in Houston
Constable Ron Hickman-Harris County, Precinct 4, Sheriff Adrian Garcia- Harris County Sheriff, Brooke Axtell- Survivor Support Coordinator, Allies Against Slavery, Maria Trujillo- Executive Director, United Against Human Trafficking, Kendis Paris-Executive Director, Truckers Against Trafficking, Dr. Robert Sanborn- President and CEO, Children at Risk.
Virgil Poe, World War II Veteran, US Army
Thankful for my father and his service to our country.
Welcoming home Sergeant Robert Lavachery
Sgt. Lavachery served 8 years with the USMC, including 2 combat tours. I am truly thankful for heroes like him.
Presenting WWII Veteran Corporal Herman Mueschke with a flag honoring his service to our country
Corporal Mueschke began his military career in the US army and was a member of the legendary 273rd Infantry of the Fighting 69th during WWII. I salute our local hero for his bravery and selfless service.