CHAPTER 412

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

EXTENDING THE SYMPATHY OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND THE SENATE TO THE FAMILY OF M. ALLEN WILSON.

WHEREAS, with profound sorrow we, the Members of the House of Representatives and Senate of the 116th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, have learned of the death of M. Allen Wilson, a resident of the City of Dover, State of Delaware, and Chief Engineer of the State Highway Department of the State of Delaware; and

WHEREAS, in addition to his official services with the State of Delaware, M. Allen Wilson has been a prominent citizen of his community and of this State, interested in many public improvements; and

WHEREAS, the Members of the House of Representatives and Senate desire to concur with each other in the expression of their sympathy to the family of M. Allen Wilson, and desire to express in this public manner their own feelings and sense of loss which is felt throughout the entire State of Delaware; NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the 116th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the Senate concurring therein:

(1) That the Members of the House of Representatives and the Senate of the 116th General Assembly wish to give expression of regrets they experienced, many of them personally, at the passing of M. Allen Wilson, a prominent figure in his community and an official of the State of Delaware, to the family of the late M. Allen Wilson;

(2) That we humbly pray unto the Father of all Mercies to sustain and comfort the wife and family of the late M. Allen Wilson, in this the hour of their bereavement; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this Concurrent Resolution be spread upon the respective Journals of the House of Representatives and the Senate at this present Session of the General Assembly, and a further copy be forwarded to Mrs. Elizabeth W. Wilson, wife of the late M. Allen Wilson, at her home on Rodney Road in the City of Dover, State of Delaware, and a further copy be delivered unto the Public Press.

Approved March 9, 1951.