|Congresswoman Murphy speaking with constituents at a community event she hosted in Winter Park, Fla.
Warren Steup, Debary, Fla.
I am 96 years old and a World War II veteran. I’ve had three surgeries on my knee and am unable to stand for more than three to four seconds at a time. I tried obtaining a new motorized electric wheelchair from the VA, but the process was difficult and frustrating. Once I reached out to Congresswoman Murphy, the VA contacted me and made the process simpler and timelier. I was finally able to get my new wheelchair. I don’t know how I can repay her for all her help, but you can be assured that she will always have my support.
Ailyn Merrill, Sanford, Fla.
After my husband—a 43-year veteran—passed away, our family struggled to receive the VA benefits we had earned. Before he passed, he told me that Congresswoman Murphy would be able to help me. I know it’s not easy to deal with the VA, but the congresswoman’s office was able to work with them, and delivered! I’m thankful to have Congresswoman Murphy representing me in Congress.
Mike Pasayan, Lake Mary, Fla.
The personal tour of the U.S. Capitol provided by Congresswoman Murphy’s office was the highlight of our visit to Washington, D.C. The U.S. Capitol was magnificent, but the knowledge and enthusiasm of Congresswoman Murphy’s team made the experience unforgettable.
Molly Kenney, Longwood, Fla.
My granddaughter is an American citizen who lives in Ecuador and recently had a child. I wanted to ensure that my great granddaughter would be an American citizen as well. Because of Congresswoman Murphy’s intervention and communication with the U.S. Embassy in Ecuador, my granddaughter was able to receive her child’s certificate of foreign birth. I am so happy to have that hurdle behind us. The Congresswoman’s office was so efficient and helpful, and we are grateful for her representation.
Laurent Pottier, Longwood, Fla.
My husband had issues replacing his Green Card. It was sent in the mail to the wrong address so we never received it. We tried getting a replacement card but USCIS wanted us to pay $455 for the new card. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy stepped in and was able to have the card sent to the correct address. We are extremely thankful to the Congresswoman for her help!
Megan Coccia, Orlando, Fla.
My health care business relies on timely payments from insurers and Medicare to cover expenses, pay staff, and treat patients. An administrative error resulted in a three to six week hold on Medicare payments to my business, which would have ruined us had Congresswoman Murphy not intervened. She worked with Medicare to resolve my problem and we continued to receive payments. Thanks to her prompt response, I was able to continue paying my employees and treating our patients. I am convinced this process would have not ended so quickly without the help of Congresswoman Murphy.
Geoff Rogers, Winter Park, Fla.
My family and I recently took a tour of the U.S. Capitol. Everyone we interacted with was amazing. Congresswoman Murphy's staff was positive, professional, and helpful. Stephanie is making all of us in the 7th District proud!
James Kersey, Oviedo, Fla.
I want to say THANK YOU to Congresswoman Murphy for the amazing tour that her office provided to our UCF cheerleading team. I think by the end of it we were all almost speechless. The kids just kept remarking after the tour about her staff’s deep knowledge and passion. The way the congresswoman’s staff spoke about current national issues, like racial tension and gun reform, was bi-partisan, insightful, and right on the money. The tour was the highlight of the day, and a great way for us to start off the weekend before a big win.
Clint Vardaman, Orlando, Fla.
After hurricane Irma, I was without power for five days. Luckily, I had family that I could stay with. I’ve lived in Florida since 1981 and have seen my fair share of storms come through both coasts of the state. After the dust had settled and life started to get back to normal I received a flyer in the mail from the office of Stephanie Murphy. This flyer contained information about disaster relief as well as information regarding disaster loan assistance. There were no giant pictures of the congresswoman on the flyer in an attempt to capitalize on face time with citizens during a difficult time; but rather information, websites, phone numbers, and maps that so many people require after a hurricane. Congresswoman Murphy stands for what I believe we need in government: transparency, communication, and trust.