CHAPTER 426

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

RELATIVE TO THE DEATH OF JOSEPH MORRIS HARRINGTON.

WHEREAS, word has been received of the passing of Joseph Morris Harrington, a resident of Felton, Delaware, an official of the State of Delaware, and a man who formerly held other prominent positions in the Government of this State; and

WHEREAS, in addition to his official services, Joseph Morris Harrington has for many years been a prominent citizen of his community and of the State, interested in many activities that promised public improvement and enjoyment to many people; and

WHEREAS, the Members of the General Assembly have received the news of Mr. Harrington's passing with regret, and desire to express in this public manner their own feelings and the sense of loss which is felt throughout the entire State of Delaware; NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the House of Representatives concurring,

That the Members of the 115th General Assembly wish to give expression to the regret they experienced, many of them personally, at the passing of Joseph Morris Harrington, prominent figure in his community, and an officer of the State of Delaware over a period of many years; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the entire family of the deceased has the full sympathy of the Members of the 115th General Assembly which is extended by sending a copy of this Resolution to his surviving son at Felton, Delaware, and to other members of his immediate family; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the text of this Resolution be made a part of the Journal of the proceedings of each House of the 115th General Assembly.

Approved March 7, 1949