Eleanor Holmes Norton Introduces Resolution Honoring Two Postal Workers And Three Other Americans Killed In Anthrax Attacks

Norton Introduces Resolution Honoring Two Postal Workers and Three Other Americans Killed in Anthrax Attacks

WASHINGTON, D.C.—During the week of the 16-year anniversary of the 2001 anthrax attacks, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) announced she will introduce a resolution honoring the late Joseph Curseen, Jr. and Thomas Morris, Jr., the United States Postal Service (USPS) employees who died from anthrax inhalation while working at the USPS processing facility located at 900 Brentwood Road NE, which is now named for them.  Morris and Curseen died on October 21, 2001, and October 22, 2001, respectively.  Norton’s resolution also honors three other Americans who died from exposure to anthrax during the attacks, as well as all USPS employees for their dedicated …

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