The Town of Middleburg last night adopted a resolution honoring former delegate Randy Minchew, who represented the 10th district in the House of Delegates from 2012 through 2016.
“Delegate Minchew has represented his District well and has patroned and secured passage of many important bills, including bills to improve our regional and rural roads; strengthen our local schools; and, foster cost-effective, transparent and ethical government,” the resolution reads. It also said he has “worked with distinction on our behalf” on the House Courts of Justice Committee, the Transportation Committee, the Privileges and Elections Committee, and on the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.
“It has been a real honor to represent the Town of Middleburg these past six years and work on public policies that support the town and help protect the scenic and historic environs in and around this very special town,” Minchew said.
In his private life, Minchew is the managing shareholder of law firm Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh PC’s Leesburg office. He is also a member and Life Director of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association, which was founded in part by his father.
Minchew lost his bid for reelection in 2017, giving way to Democrat Wendy Gooditis (D-10).