Bridge Capital and John K. Baldwin receives Certificate of Commendation from United States Congress

Bridge Capital's Principal and CEO, John K. Baldwin received a certificate of commendation from the United States Congress for outstanding contributions to the response and recovery of Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands to Typhoon Soudelor, August 2-3, 2015.

In a letter signed by Representative Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan, member of the US Congress, he thanked John K. Baldwin for the valuable contributions by Mr. Baldwin and Bridge Capital, LLC in the disaster recovery efforts during the wake of Typhoon Soudelor.

Below is a copy of the actual letter from Rep. Kilili Sablan to Mr. John Baldwin.

Congress of the United States
House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

February 15, 2016

John Baldwin
Principal & CEO
Bridge Capital
PMB 29 P.O. Box 10001
Saipan, MO 96950

Dear Mr. Baldwin:

You and so many others both within our community and from afar rose to the challenge of Typhoon Soudelor with courage, fortitude, and generosity. To commemorate that effort I entered a statemetn of commendation in the Congressional Record on December 15, 2015; and I am enclosing a copy of this statement as a way of saying thanks to you personally.

I am also enclosing for your company a commendation for the role that you all played in that remarkable journey from disaster to recovery.

With everyone's help, our community has been able to get back on its feet. We are restoring and rebuilding our island home, and I believer that we will be stronger and more resilient than before.

Thank you for your service to the people of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Sincerely,

Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan
Member of Congress

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US Certificate of Commendation John K Baldwin Bridge Capital

John K. Baldwin

and his team at

Bridge Capital

contributed greatly in the recovery efforts in

Saipan, CNMI

 after the typhoon, through their volunteer efforts and donations.

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