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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 30

(By Senators Stollings, Unger, Hall, Foster, Green, Jenkins, Wells, Browning, Plymale, Boley, Minard, Williams, Yost, Klempa, Sypolt, McCabe and Kessler (Acting President))

 

Memorializing the life of Catherine L. Larck, devoted mother, sister and friend, former employee of the West Virginia Senate, and dedicated West Virginian.

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was the oldest of five children born to Hubert and Albina Alexander Bonner of Sattes, West Virginia; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck graduated from Nitro High School in 1957, the youngest in her class, and attended Morris Harvey College in Charleston, West Virginia; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was an employee of the Union Carbide Corporation, and then Dow Chemical Company, where she retired on January 1, 2003, after 40 years of loyal service in the Human Resources Department; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck began work for the West Virginia Senate on January 6, 2003, where she worked for Senator Tracy Dempsey of Lincoln County for four years. During the 2007 Legislative Session, she worked for Senator Ron Stollings of Boone County who succeeded Senator Dempsey in representing the 7th Senatorial District; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was a member of the West Virginia Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, where she held the positions of Treasurer and Vice President of the Board of Directors. Additionally, she was a member of the Friends in Need (FIN) Committee for Union Carbide retirees; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was an elected member of the Putnam County Democratic Executive Committee, where she was selected as Democrat of the Year in 2008, and also participated in the Putnam County Democrat Women's Club, where she served as the Vice President and President; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was a member of the Scott Depot Church of Christ where she taught both ladies and children’s classes; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck was married to her beloved husband William A. “Bill” Larck, with whom she shared the joy of having two children, Melanie Tesh and William A. “Kelly” Larck, II, and three grandchildren, Nate, Tyler, and Elizabeth; and

    Whereas, Catherine L. Larck, with all of her positive attributes and kindness, earned the respect of her colleagues, members of the West Virginia Senate, and all people who crossed her path; and 

    Whereas, Sadly, Catherine L. Larck passed away on February 10, 2011, bringing an end to a spirited, productive life of dedication and commitment to her family, community and state; therefore, be it

    Resolved by the Senate:

    That the Senate hereby memorializes the life of Catherine L. Larck, devoted mother, sister and friend, former employee of the West Virginia Senate, and dedicated West Virginian; and, be it

    Further Resolved, That the Senate extends its sincere sympathy to the family of Catherine L. Larck on her passing; and, be it

    Further Resolved, That the Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to the family of Catherine L. Larck.

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