Recognizing Councilman Scott Kincaid for Over Thirty Years of Public Serviceby Representative Daniel T. Kildee
Posted on 2015-12-09
in the house of representatives
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Mr. KILDEE. Mr. Speaker, I ask the United States House of
Representatives to join me in recognizing Flint City Councilman Scott
Kincaid for his commitment to the city and for the years he has served
as a public servant.
Born in Flint, MI in 1952, Councilman Kincaid has been committed to his hometown most of his life. In 1970, he graduated from Flint Southwestern. After graduation, Councilman Kincaid's strong sense of civic duty led him to serve in the United States Army.
Following his time in the service, Councilman Kincaid worked for GM Fisher and was heavily involved with the UAW. He served on the Executive Board, was the Education Director, and was appointed the Joint Activity Representative for Local 581. By 2003, he was working as the Government Liaison to assist with new plant investments. He is currently the Health Initiatives Coordinator for Region 1C Flint.
In 1985, Councilman Kincaid was first elected to the Flint City Council. He has from that day forward served the City of Flint to the best of his abilities. Councilman Kincaid served as Council President more than once over his tenure with the city.
Mr. Speaker, I applaud the work and commitment of Councilman Kincaid. It is the dedication of people like him that keeps this city strong.