Member of the Quarter 2018
Congressman Barry Loundermilk
Congressman Barry Loudermilk has been named BGBCA’s “Member of the Quarter” for 3rd Quarter of 2018. We congratulate him and want to express our appreciation to the Congressman for his service to our community and our Nation. Congressman Loudermilk represents Georgia's 11th Congressional District, which includes Bartow, Cherokee and portions of Cobb and Fulton counties. He is an Air Force Veteran, a small business owner, and has been married to his wife Desiree since 1983. They have 3 children and 2 grandchildren.
Congressman Loudermilk’s core principles are Faith, Family and Freedom. He is currently serving in Congress as a member of three important U.S. House Committees: Financial Services, House Administration, and Space, Science and Technology. He is an active member of many important caucuses and is also a member of the Article I Project (A1P); a network of House and Senate conservatives working together to reclaim Article I powers as outlined in the U. S. Constitution to enable Congress to reclaim its' constitutional legislative powers that were abdicated in seasons past resulting in unfettered governmental growth and misuse of power by the Executive Branch.
Barry has fought to cut taxes and create jobs in Georgia during his tenure as our representative. He has been active in our local community for many years and has received numerous recognitions and awards, including; Advocates for Children's Public Servant in 2007, National Legislator of the Year by Civil Air Patrol in 2006, Sanctity of Life Award in 2010, Legislator of the Year by Technology Association of GA in 2011, and Defender of the Liberty Award by the American Conservative Union in 2012. In addition to his noteworthy accomplishments we are also are commending Congressman Loudermilk for his service in Washington, D.C. during difficult times as evidenced by his being honored with CAP Silver Medal of Valor for his actions during a shooting event targeting our elected representatives at a ball field in Alexandria, VA in June of 2017.