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Congressman Alex X. Mooney Names Chad Story as District Director

Congressman Alex X. Mooney Names Chad Story as District Director

Congressman Alex X. Mooney (WV-2) has announced a new addition to his senior staff.  Chad Story has been named District Director and will based out of the Congressman’s Charleston district office. He will replace Fred Joseph who is retiring at the end of November. 

A lifelong West Virginian, Mr. Story was born and raised in Logan County.  Growing up in the southern coalfields, his grandfather and uncles were all coal miners.  He graduated from Man High School and attended Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College where he served as president of the student body. He is a graduate of West Virginia State University in Institute, West Virginia in 2012 with a degree in history. He is pursuing a degree in Educational Leadership at American Public University Systems in Charles Town, West Virginia.  

Devoted to serving others, Chad Story has been a case manager for adults and children with developmental disabilities and a special education teacher.  Most recently, he has served as a district staffer for Congressman Evan Jenkins (WV-3) where he focused on economic development, federal grants and constituent services for southern West Virginia.  

“Chad’s extensive district operation experience and his deep West Virginia roots makes him a great choice to lead my district team. Chad is devoted to our state and is committed to providing quality constituent services to the Second Congressional District,” said Rep. Mooney.

“I am excited for this new experience and to be leading a great district team.  Our goal is very simple and that is to provide the best constituents services as possible to the people of the Second District,” Story said.  “West Virginia is my home and I want to do my part to see it prosper and grow.  I am honored that Congressman Mooney has given me this opportunity to serve.”

Story serves on the Board of Directors for Facing Hunger Food Bank and the Logan County Child Advocacy Center; he is vice president of the Man Lions Club and a member of the Iaeger Masonic Lodge #148.  He lives in Charleston, West Virginia.