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Congressman Lynch Nominates Milton Resident for Appointment to the U.S. Naval and U.S. Military Academies

Stephen Campo of Milton nominated to two U.S. service academies.

 

Congressman Stephen F. Lynch recently announced that he has nominated Stephen Campo for appointment to the United States Naval Academy and the United States Military Academy. Stephen, the son of John and Joanne Campo, is a senior at Boston College High School.

As part of his annual Congressional responsibilities, Congressman Lynch nominates exemplary candidates to the service academies. 

“Since September 11, 2001, the quality of applicants has steadily improved every year, and this year was no exception.  These candidates are the best of the best, and I am proud of their desire to serve our country,” said Lynch. “Stephen was highly recommended by his teachers and coaches at Boston College High School.  He is a remarkable young man, and we are fortunate that young people like Stephen are willing to serve our nation."

Congressman Lynch and his Congressional Liaison for Military Affairs, Bob Fowkes, examined each candidate’s record of academic, athletic, and service achievements, as well as letters of recommendation.  After an extensive review process and a personal interview, Stephen was selected as someone whose scholastic record and community contributions elevated him to the top of a list of well-qualified candidates.

Congressman Lynch said, “There were many impressive candidates this year for the service academies.  Stephen stood out as a young man of keen intelligence and strong character.  He is a wonderful reflection of his parents, John and Joanne. The Campo family, the town of Milton and the entire state should be proud of Stephen in this achievement.”

Students interested in attending one of the United States Service Academies should contact Mr. Robert Fowkes in Congressman Lynch’s Boston office at 617-428-2000.

– Press Release from the office of Congressman Stephen Lynch

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