By Senators Hayner, Amondson, Anderson, Bailey, Barr, Bauer, Bluechel, Cantu, Conner, Craswell, Erwin, Gaspard, Hansen, Jesernig, Johnson, Kreidler, Madsen, Matson, McCaslin, McDonald, McMullen, Metcalf, Moore, Murray, Nelson, Newhouse, Niemi, Oke, Owen, Patterson, Pelz, Rasmussen, Rinehart, Roach, Saling, Skratek, A. Smith, L. Smith, Snyder, Stratton, Sutherland, Talmadge, Thorsness, Vognild, von Reichbauer, West, Williams and Wojahn
WHEREAS, Since April 9, 1991, the Washington State Senate has missed the quick wit and ready smile of Senator George Sellar, one of the most senior members of the Senate; and
WHEREAS, Senator George Sellar is appreciated by senators on both sides of the aisle for his wisdom, experience, and caring nature; and
WHEREAS, Senator Sellar has such a big heart that he had to have six bypasses; and
WHEREAS, Fellow senators from across the state (and people from Scotland) turn to Senator Sellar for his counsel and guidance; and
WHEREAS, Senator Sellar has always been known as a pacemaker, and, on April 16, 1991, appropriately joined the esteemed "Zipper Club"; and
WHEREAS, Senator Sellar may unfortunately miss the upcoming special legislative session, though we know he would rather be here in drizzly Olympia than basking in Wenatchee sunshine;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Senate of the State of Washington does hereby wish Senator George Sellar its best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery and return to the ranks.
I, Gordon A. Golob, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 1991-8689,
adopted by the Senate April 28, 1991.
GORDON A. GOLOB
Secretary of the Senate