Edward Tirell and his wife are no different from the average couple raising a child today. They get up early every morning, make sure their 6-year-old son is prepared to go to school, drive him to the bus stop, and then get themselves to work. Continue reading
Michael Reyes is now a Management Analyst in the HQ Office of Single Family Housing. His father, Antonio Reyes, was one of the 35 HUD employees killed in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building on April 19, 1995. He was also in the building that day and suffered injuries. Continue reading
Twenty years ago, on April 19, 1995, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was bombed, killing 168 men, women, and children—including many public servants. HUD lost 35 of its own that terrible day—amazing and vital lives cut short by an act of terrorism. Continue reading
Each day, as we work with American Indian and Alaska Native leaders to improve housing for thousands of Native American families, HUD recognizes the unique relationship between the Government of the United States and the governments of Indian tribes, as well as the unique Federal responsibility to Indian people. Continue reading
Welcome to another edition of our series, A Day in the Life, which will introduce you to HUD employees and highlight the important work they do.
Today, we meet Samuel Pearson-Moore, Attorney Advisor in HUD’s Office of Legislation & Regulations, Office of General Counsel (OGC). Continue reading