SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
EXTENDING THE SYMPATHY OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES IN RESPECT OF TILE DEATH OF EDWARD HART, SR.
WHEREAS, with profound sorrow we, the members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the 116th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, have learned of the death of Edward Hart, Sr., late of Townsend, New Castle County, Delaware, on Friday, March 16, A. D. 1951; and
WHEREAS, the said Edward Hart, Sr., served the State of Delaware with outstanding ability and distinction for three terms in the Senate and five terms in the House of Representatives, or a total of twenty-two years in all in the General Assembly of this State; and
WHEREAS, no other person in the history of our State has ever before served so many years in its General Assembly and but few if any have served so faithfully and well; and
WHEREAS, it is ever a matter of deep regret when a full active and irreplaceable life of ninety-one years upon this earth is brought to an end; and
WHEREAS, the members of the Senate and House of Representatives desire to concur in expressing unto his family their deep and sincere sympathy in this hour of their bereavement; NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the 116th, General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the House of Representatives concurring therein, as follows:
(1) That the heartfelt sympathy of the Senate and House of Representatives, and of each member thereof, is hereby extended unto the members of the family of Edward Hart, Sr., who have survived him, for the great loss which they have suffered by reason of his death on Friday, March 16th, A. D. 1951; and, further,
(2) That we do humbly pray unto the Father of all Mercies to comfort and sustain the members of his family, in this hour of their bereavement; and, further,
(3) That a copy of this Concurrent Resolution be spread upon the respective Journals of the Senate and House of Representatives of this 116th Session of the General Assembly of the State of Delaware, and a further copy be forwarded unto Mrs. James H. Carpenter, Townsend, Delaware, and a further copy be delivered to the Public Press.
Approved April 17, 1951.