HR 95

Sponsor
Session
Regular Session 2018
Title
White, William Benny, death mourned
Subjects
Resolutions, Condolence
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HR95 190002-1 By Representative Carns RFD: First Read: 23-JAN-18 190002-1:n:01/16/2018:AR/ar LSA2018-328 MOURNING THE DEATH OF WILLIAM BENNY WHITE. WHEREAS, it is with profound sorrow that we note the death of Mr. William Benny White of Birmingham, Alabama, on January 6, 2018, at the age of 77 years; and WHEREAS, his passing leaves a void in the lives of his loving family, many friends, and the entire community, where he was highly regarded; and WHEREAS, Mr. White was born on June 23, 1940, in Cullman, Alabama, to Ervin White and Myrtle Scogin White; and WHEREAS, he attended West End High School; attended The University of Alabama with a double major in Electrical Engineering and Mathematics; he earned a Master's Degree in Business Administration from The University of Alabama; and WHEREAS, Mr. White worked for IBM in sales and management for 30 years; after retirement he began a second career in consulting with assignments in London and Paris; and WHEREAS, Mr. White accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior at his age of 8 and never wavered from his faith; and WHEREAS, survivors include his beloved wife of 55 years, Janice Thrower White; children, Stephen White (Laura) and Meredith Landers; grandchildren, Sydney, Reagan, and Haven; sisters, Sue Snyder (John), Martha Lemley (Mark), and Mary Blasi (John); and WHEREAS, although his presence will be greatly missed, the memory of Mr. White will be cherished in the hearts of all who knew and loved him; now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE LEGISLATURE OF ALABAMA, That the death of Mr. William Benny White 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.

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Action Date Chamber Action
January 23, 2018HJoint Rule 11
2018-01-25
Chamber: Senate
Result: Passed