HARRISBURG, PA — Rep. Craig Williams (R-Chester/Delaware) was sworn in yesterday as a state Representative to serve the people of the 160th District in his first term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Due to restrictions associated with COVID-19 mitigation, Williams was joined only by his wife and children, and they shared a small lunch in his office.
“I want to thank my neighbors in the 160th District for placing their faith in me to represent our community in Harrisburg. It is a great honor,” Williams said. “I am committed to working for the people of Chester and Delaware counties, and it is my goal to bring concrete results back to our community.”
Williams is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, having retired as a colonel after 28 years of service. In his career, he was personally decorated 11 times, including twice for acts of valor in combat.
Williams attended law school while in the Marines and became the chief prosecutor for the largest base in the Marine Corps. He also served as deputy legal counsel to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and later served as a federal prosecutor with the Department of Justice. He was also a prosecutor for the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
His district office is located at One Beaver Valley Road (at the intersection of Route 202 and Naamans Creek Road) in Chadds Ford and can be reached at 610-358-5925. His website is www.repcraigwilliams.com; he can also be reached on Facebook at www.facebook.com/repcraigwilliams.
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