Honoring Cammie Earl Hutchersonby Representative Bennie G. Thompson
Posted on 2014-01-09
in the house of representatives
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Mr. THOMPSON of Mississippi. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor a
remarkable Entrepreneur, Mr. Cammie Earl Hutcherson.
Cammie Hutcherson is a life-long resident of Jefferson County, Mississippi. He has developed the pride of helping his community in any way that he can. As a young adult, his first business was the H & H Farm, which is located on Fountain Road in Fayette. He basically raised cattle and horses. The farm is still operational at this time.
Later, Mr. Hutcherson went into business as Cammie's Wrecker Service, a venture he has worked diligently in for the past 20 years. This business has grown and is operational with four vehicles. His business is known for offering affordable, reliable and courteous services to residents in Jefferson County and surrounding counties.
In 2007, Mr. Hutcherson opened a mini storage facility which has been an asset to many residents in Jefferson County. The storage has 90 rental units.
Presently, Mr. Hutcherson is working to open a restaurant/grill in Jefferson County. It will be named, ``Mur's Kitchen.'' The name is in memory of his late mother, Mrs. Willie Lee Hutcherson.
Mr. Hutcherson appreciates the success he has received from patrons in Jefferson County and hopes that the relationship will continue.
Mr. Speaker, I ask my colleagues to join me in recognizing an aggressive entrepreneur, Mr. Cammie Earl Hutcherson, for his dedication to serving the surrounding area of Jefferson County, Mississippi.