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HR154 191207-1 By Representatives Boyd, Ainsworth, Alexander, Baker, Ball, Beckman, Beech, Black, Blackshear, Boothe, Bracy, Brown, Buskey, Butler, Carns, Chesteen, Chestnut, Clarke, Clouse, Coleman, Collins, Crawford, Daniels, Davis, Drake, Drummond, Ellis, England, Farley, Faulkner, Faust, Fincher, Ford, Forte, Fridy, Garrett, Gaston, Givan, Greer, Grimsley, Hall, Hanes, Harbison, Harper, Henry, Hill, Hollis, Holmes (A), Holmes (M), Howard, Hurst, Ingram, Jackson, Johnson (K), Johnson (R), Jones, Knight, Lawrence, Ledbetter, Lee, Lindsey, Lovvorn, Martin, McCampbell, McClammy, McCutcheon, McMillan, Millican, Mooney, Moore (B), Moore (M), Morrow, Nordgren, Pettus, Polizos, Poole, Pringle, Rich, Rogers, Rowe, Sanderford, Scott, Sells, Sessions, Shedd, Shiver, South, Standridge, Todd, Treadaway, Tuggle, Wadsworth, Warren, Weaver, Whorton (I), Whorton (R), Wilcox, Williams (JD), Williams (JW), Williams (P), Wingo and Wood RFD: First Read: 08-FEB-18 191207-1:n:02/06/2018:JEC/jec LSA2018-724 MOURNING THE DEATH AND CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF MR. VICK EUGENE CALHOUN. WHEREAS, we deeply regret to learn of the death of Mr. Vick Eugene Calhoun, on February 3, 2018, and we uplift his inspiring life and legacy with utmost reverence and respect; and WHEREAS, the passing of Mr. Vick Eugene Calhoun leaves a void in the lives of his loving family, many friends, and the entire community, where he was highly regarded; and WHEREAS, Mr. Vick Eugene Calhoun was born April 16, 1938, in Newnan, Georgia; he graduated from Cobb Avenue High School, where he helped lead the Panthers to many state championships; and WHEREAS, Mr. Calhoun was married to his beloved and devoted wife for 53 years and was blessed with beautiful children and grandchildren; he retired from the Anniston Army Depot with 30 years of service and provided over 30 years of loyal and dedicated service to the Calhoun County Civil Service Board; and WHEREAS, Mr. Calhoun was a member of the Alabama Democratic Conference, Thomas A. Williams Elk Lodge 1668, and Choccolocco Heritage Society; he served as a member of the Trustee Board of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church and of New Prospect Baptist Church; through the years, he earned widespread admiration and respect for his tireless dedication and exceptional abilities; and WHEREAS, in poems to comfort and thoughts to encourage, the words of John Wesley describes the life of Vick Eugene Calhoun; "Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can"; and WHEREAS, Mr. Vick Eugene Calhoun was a valued member of the community; although his presence is greatly missed, his memory is cherished in the hearts and minds of all those who were fortunate enough to know him; now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, That the death of Mr. Vick Eugene Calhoun is recorded with deep sadness, and this resolution is offered in tribute to his life and with heartfelt sympathy to his family, whose grief is shared by many.