By Senators Gaspard, Wojahn, Franklin, Rasmussen, Winsley and von Reichbauer
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's commitment to public service has spanned more than forty years, benefitted countless lives, and enriched the people of the state of Washington; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's leadership on the Pierce County Central Labor Council and the Washington State Labor Council has inspired trust, respect, and affection across a broad spectrum of business, labor, and political leaders; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's tireless efforts as a member and past chair of the L.H. Bates General Advisory Council have contributed to significant improvements in the curriculum and facilities of L.H. Bates Technical College; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's outstanding service on the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges and the Governor's Advisory Committee on Investment in Human Capital has helped to enhance the opportunities for training of our state's workforce; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's distinguished tenure as Vice-President and President of United Way of Washington, and as a respected leader of the Tacoma Urban League Board of Directors, signify his lifelong commitment to community service; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp's renowned fairness, honesty, integrity, sincerity, ability, and likability is a tribute to his character and an inspiration to others; and
WHEREAS, Clyde Hupp has announced his decision to retire as Secretary-Treasurer of the Pierce County Central Labor Council, where his excellent leadership will be long remembered and sorely missed;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Washington State Senate recognize and honor Clyde Hupp and hereby declare and proclaim March 26, 1993, as Clyde Hupp Day, and urge all citizens to join in this observance; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be immediately transmitted by the Secretary of the Senate to Clyde Hupp, his wife Lula Mae, and to his daughters, Marilou Gadley and Barbara McCulloch.
I, Marty Brown, Secretary of the Senate,
do hereby certify that this is a true and
correct copy of Senate Resolution 1993-8628,
adopted by the Senate March 25, 1993.
Secretary of the Senate