The Newnan Times-Herald


​ Candidate Enderlin speaks to local club

  • By The Newnan Times-Herald
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  • Apr. 13, 2018 - 8:16 PM

​  Candidate Enderlin speaks to local club

The Newnan Times-Herald

Chuck Enderlin, candidate for the Third Congressional District post, recently spoke to White Oak Golden K.

Enderlin, who is a pilot, spoke to the club during a weekly meeting at Sprayberry’s on Highway 34. Born and raised in Little Rock, Ark., Enderling was a Boy Scout, altar server, and honor roll student at Little Rock Catholic High where his father, uncles, cousins, and grandfather had also matriculated.

In high school, Enderlin participated in Marine Corps JROTC, earned his Eagle in Scouting, and worked in his parents’ second generation dry cleaning business. After college, he met his future wife, Jenny, while swing dancing at American Legion Post 33 in Pensacola. They have been happily married for nine years and have two little girls

During his 11 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Enderlin he had to move seven times. He was hired by ExpressJet Airlines with the goal of advancing to Delta Air Lines and had the opportunity to live anywhere in the country.

He and his wife were both looking forward to finding the perfect place to call home, moving there and settling down. While they have family and friends all over the nation, they chose to settle in Newnan.

Both felt drawn to the small town atmosphere and felt Newnan was the perfect place to bring up children.

The first time they saw the court square downtown Jenny Enderlin told her husband, “You’re getting a job at Delta. We’re moving to Newnan. We’re buying one of these houses near the square, and we’re staying here forever.”

Enderlin said he agreed entirely, and they’re proud to call Newnan home.

Politically, Enderlin said he believes the United States is at a crossroads. He believes our politicians have forgotten the most fundamental part of representation, that they serve those they represent.

The Democrat said he is running for Congress to be a voice for the people of west Georgia.