CHAPTER 272 - SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

UPON THE DEATH OF HONORABLE WILLIAM R. McCABE.

WHEREAS, in the death of the Honorable William R. McCabe, an honored and respected member of the House of Representatives, during the Session of 1883 and 1888, and served as Insurance Commissioner in 1913, this State has lost a respected and useful citizen; and

WHEREAS, it is fitting that this General Assembly give expression of its sense of loss to the State, and its sympathy to the family of the late William R. McCabe; NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED, by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that this General Assembly, on behalf of its members, and on behalf of the citizens of this State, does hereby express sincere regret at the death of the Honorable William R. McCabe, and emphasizes its sincere appreciation of his valuable services to the State; and

That we extend to his family the sincere sympathy of this General Assembly; and

That a copy of these resolutions be entered in the Journal, a copy be delivered to the press, and a copy be sent to his family.

Approved March 6, 1935.