Rep. Drew Ferguson (R, GA-3) issued a press release today announcing the hiring of seven employees for his Newnan district office.
James Ruvalcaba will serve as District Director. Ruvalcaba is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps serving a total 24 years on active duty, including a combat tour in Iraq. Most recently, he was a Field Representative in Congressman Lynn Westmoreland’s (R-Ga.) office.
Jean Studdard will serve as a Constituent Services Representative for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), State Department, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). She has previously served Georgians in the offices of Senator Paul Coverdell (R-Ga.), Congressman Mac Collins (R-Ga.) and Congressman Westmoreland.
Kathy Pappas will serve as a Constituent Services Representative focusing on Social Security issues. She previously worked in the district offices of both Congressman Collins and Congressman Westmoreland.
John W. Stuckey will serve as a Constituent Services Representative for Veterans Affairs. He is a lifelong Coweta County resident and has specialized in Veterans Affairs for Congressman Westmoreland for the last 12 years.
Jessica Craddock will serve as a Constituent Services Representative and Staff Assistant. She is a Fayette County native and previously worked in Congressman Westmoreland’s district office and The Domestic Violence Clinic at the University of North Carolina School of Law.
Brett D. Smith will serve as a Field Representative. He recently completed an internship in Governor Nathan Deal’s (R-Ga.) Office of Chief Operations and Executive Appointments.
Greg Panzer has also been named a Field Representative. He previously worked as an intern on Congressman Ferguson’s recent campaign.