CHAPTER 452

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

EXTENDING THE SYMPATHY OF THE SENATE AND OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO THE FAMILY AND RELATIVES OF THE LATE DARLINGTON FLINN.

WHEREAS, the late Darlington Flinn departed this life on April 18, 1953; and,

WHEREAS, the late Darlington Flinn served as a member of the House of Representatives from 1907 until 1909, and served as a State Senator of the General Assembly from 1909 to 1913; and

WHEREAS, Mr. Flinn served as Recorder of Deeds for New Castle County from March, 1921, to January, 1923; and

WHEREAS, it is with deep regret and profound sorrow that we, the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives of the 117th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, have learned of the death of Darlington Flinn, who unselfishly devoted his time and energy to promoting the public welfare of the State of Delaware, wherein his genial personality and keen interests in the affairs of state made him a host of friends appreciative of the sincerity of the man himself; and

WHEREAS, the members of the Senate and the House of Representatives desire to concur in expressing unto his surviving relatives their deep and sincere sympathy in this hour of their bereavement; NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the 117th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the House of Representatives concurring therein as follows:

1. That the heartfelt sympathy of the Senate and the House of Representatives and of each member thereof is hereby expressed and extended unto the surviving relatives for the great loss which they have suffered by reason of his death on the 18th day of April, 1953; and, further

2. That we do humbly and reverently prayer to God to comfort and be with the surviving relatives 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 the House of Representatives of this 117th session of the General Assembly of the State of Delaware, and a further copy be forwarded unto his surviving sister, Mrs, Horace L. Dilworth of Centreville, Delaware, and a further copy be delivered to the Press.

Approved April 28, 1953.