CHAPTER 663

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 51

EXPRESSING BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE VIVACIOUS FIRST LADY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE, MRS. JEANNE TRIBBITT.

WHEREAS, the members of the 127th General Assembly of the State of Delaware have learned that on this 23rd day of April, 1974, the First Lady of the Great State of Delaware, Mrs. Jeanne Tribbitt, is favored with the inevitable and obligatory honor of celebrating her birthday despite all connotations to the contrary; and

WHEREAS, the members of the 127th General Assembly wish to extend a most felicitous expression of happiness to the First Lady on this 23rd day of April, 1974; and

WHEREAS, the members of the General Assembly as well as the general citizenry of the First State are most grateful to Mrs. Jeanne Tribbitt for her subtle, but significant contributory efforts in bringing into prominent and conspicuous display those great cultural, artistic and historic heritage pieces which add such decorative charm to the Governor's Mansion as well as the Governor's personal suite in Legislative Hall; and

WHEREAS, Jeanne Tribbit's appreciation for the historical and cultural arts, as well as her innate decorative ability, along with her warm and vivacious personality have gained her the respect and love of everyone whom she has ever had the opportunity to greet and welcome to the Great State of Delaware; and

WHEREAS, the Shakespearean expression which reads "no man is an island unto himself" is testimonial evidence of her lovely attributes and moral support she has generously shared with her husband, Governor Sherman W. Tribbitt, in making his life one of complete joy and fulfillment.

NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED by the members of the 127th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, the Governor concurring therein, that happy birthday wishes are hereby extended to the First Lady of the First State, Mrs. Jeanne Tribbitt.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Mrs. Jeanne Tribbitt be extended many more happy birthdays and that she continue to render her artistic and historic talents towards making all Delawareans proud of their historical heritage.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this Resolution be made a part of the Senate and House Journals and that a copy be forwarded to Mrs. Jeanne Tribbitt, the First Lady of the First State of Delaware.

Approved April 23, 1974