Retiring Sen. Angel to be honored Nov. 18

Republican ending 18 years representing 26th Legislative District

PORT ORCHARD — Retiring 26th Legislative District state Sen. Jan Angel will be honored for her public service at an event on Sunday, Nov. 18 in Gig Harbor.

A “Celebration of Service” will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. at Canterwood Golf and Country Club, 12606 54th Ave. NW in Gig Harbor.

Angel, who is retiring at the end of this term after 18 years in the state Legislature, also served as a Kitsap County commissioner. She became the 26th Legislative District’s first female Republican senator in 2013.

Angel was vice chair of the Senate Republican Caucus; chair of the Senate Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee; vice chair and acting chair of the Senate Local Government Committee; the ranking Republican of the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee; assistant ranking Republican of the Local Government Committee; and assistant ranking Republican of Senate Law and Justice Committee.

She also served on the House and Senate Health Care and Transportation committees.

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