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Introduced Version Senate Resolution 7 History

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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 7

(By Senators Kessler (Acting President), Foster, Palumbo, Snyder, Stollings, Barnes, Edgell, Browning, Chafin, Plymale, Klempa, Unger, Jenkins, D. Facemire, Sypolt, Yost, Wells, Prezioso, McCabe, Williams, Green, Wills, Fanning and Hall)

 

 

 

Memorializing the life of Michael Edward Millner, friend, brother, patron of local Charleston establishments, former per diem employee of the West Virginia Senate and full-time employee of the Joint Committee of the West Virginia Legislature.

    Whereas, Michael Edward Millner was born June 2, 1957, in McDowell County, West Virginia, where he grew up in a coal camp, raised by his mother and grandmother; and

Whereas, Michael Edward Millner graduated from Charleston High School in 1976; and

    Whereas, Michael Edward Millner worked for the West Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee for twelve years, and began working full time for the Joint Committee on Government and Finance in 2010, while also working at Joe’s Fish Market; and

    Whereas, Michael Edward Millner also worked at Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home and the Summit Conference Center as the facilities coordinator; and

    Whereas, Michael Edward Millner was an avid NASCAR fan, with a particular affection for the late Dale Earnhardt, Sr. He was a West Virginia Mountaineer fan and a Pittsburgh Steelers fan; and

    Whereas, Michael Edward Millner touched the lives of all those who crossed his path, whether it was in the state capitol, a local establishment, in your home or on the street; and

    Whereas, Sadly, Michael Edward Millner passed away on January 2, 2011, leaving behind a large extended family, including many “brothers” and “sisters”, friends, dignitaries, patrons of the Red Carpet Lounge, Joe’s Fish Market and the Lee Street Deli; therefore, be it

    Resolved by the Senate:

    That the Senate hereby memorializes the life of Michael Edward Millner, friend, brother, patron of local Charleston establishments, former per diem employee of the West Virginia Senate and full-time employee of the Joint Committee of the West Virginia Legislature; and, be it

    Further Resolved, That the Senate expresses its deepest sympathy to the extended family of Michael Edward Millner on his passing; and, be it

    Further Resolved, That the Clerk is hereby directed to forward a copy of this resolution to members of Michael Edward Millner’s extended family.

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