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H*4301
Session 109 (1991-1992) 

H*4301 Concurrent Resolution, By Koon, Alexander, M.O. Alexander, R.L. Altman, 
Anderson, Bailey, J.J. Bailey, B.O. Baker, R.A. Barber, J.M. Baxley, 
D.M. Beasley, D.W. Beatty, L.E. Bennett, Boan, G.A. Brown, H. Brown, J. Brown, 
D.M. Bruce, K.T. Burch, A.W. Byrd, Canty, Carnell, Cato, C.D. Chamblee, 
H.H. Clyborne, J.D. Cole, Cooper, K.S. Corbett, Cork, R.S. Corning, 
J.L.M. Cromer, Delleney, Elliott, L.L. Elliott, Fair, T.L. Farr, J.G. Felder, 
S.R. Foster, R.C. Fulmer, L.E. Gentry, Glover, S.E. Gonzales, H.M. Hallman, 
J.P. Harrelson, J.L. Harris, P.B. Harris, Harrison, Harvin, B.H. Harwell, 
Haskins, B.L. Hendricks, J.H. Hodges, D.N. Holt, W.S. Houck, T.E. Huff, 
M.A. Hyatt, Inabinett, M.F. Jaskwhich, Jennings, J.C. Johnson, J.W. Johnson, 
Keegan, K.G. Kempe, Kennedy, H.H. Keyserling, M.H. Kinon, Kirsh, J.R. Klapman, 
Lanford, Littlejohn, S.G. Manly, C.V. Marchbanks, Martin, D.E. Martin, 
L.M. Martin, J.G. Mattos, J.G. McAbee, McCraw, J.T. McElveen, A.C. McGinnis, 
McKay, M. McLeod, D.E. McTeer, Neilson, E.L. Nettles, Phillips, Quinn, J. Rama, 
Rhoad, Meacham, Riser, T.F. Rogers, L.W. Ross, I.K. Rudnick, Scott, Sharpe, 
Sheheen, J.R. Shirley, J.S. Shissias, R. Smith, J.J. Snow, E.C. Stoddard, 
C.H. Stone, C.L. Sturkie, L.S. Taylor, Townsend, J.W. Tucker, Vaughn, 
C.Y. Waites, D.C. Waldrop, C.C. Wells, L.S. Whipper, J.M. White, J.B. Wilder, 
Wilkes, Wilkins, D. Williams, J.B. Williams, S.S. Wofford, D.A. Wright, 
Young-Brickell and R.M. Young
 A Concurrent Resolution expressing the deepest sorrow of the members of the
 General Assembly at the death in June, 1991, of Currie B. Spivey, Jr.,
 Chairman of the State Development Board, and extending sympathy to his family
 and many friends, and requesting the State Development Board to take the
 necessary steps to set up a trust in memory of Currie Spivey to enhance and
 promote new elements of business development in South Carolina.

   01/29/92  House  Introduced HJ-4
   01/29/92  House  Referred to Committee on Invitations and Memorial
                     Resolutions HJ-4
   02/04/92  House  Committee report: Favorable Invitations and
                     Memorial Resolutions HJ-10
   02/06/92  House  Adopted, sent to Senate HJ-30
   02/06/92  Senate Introduced SJ-17
   02/06/92  Senate Referred to Committee on Finance SJ-17
   04/15/92  Senate Committee report: Favorable Finance SJ-14
   04/21/92  Senate Adopted, returned to House with concurrence SJ-21



COMMITTEE REPORT

April 15, 1992

H. 4301

Introduced by REPS. Koon, M.O. Alexander, T.C. Alexander, Altman, Anderson, G. Bailey, J. Bailey, Baker, Barber, Baxley, Beasley, Beatty, Bennett, Boan, G. Brown, H. Brown, J. Brown, Bruce, K. Burch, Byrd, Canty, Carnell, Cato, Chamblee, Clyborne, Cole, Cooper, Corbett, Cork, Corning, Cromer, Delleney, D. Elliott, L. Elliott, Fair, Farr, Felder, Foster, Fulmer, Gentry, Glover, Gonzales, Hallman, Harrelson, J. Harris, P. Harris, Harrison, Harvin, Harwell, Haskins, Hendricks, Hodges, Holt, Houck, Huff, Hyatt, Inabinett, Jaskwhich, Jennings, J.C. Johnson, J.W. Johnson, Keegan, Kempe, Kennedy, Keyserling, Kinon, Kirsh, Klapman, Lanford, Littlejohn, Manly, Marchbanks, D. Martin, L. Martin, M. Martin, Mattos, McAbee, McCraw, McElveen, McGinnis, McKay, McLeod, McTeer, Meacham, Neilson, Nettles, Phillips, Quinn, Rama, Rhoad, Riser, Rogers, Ross, Rudnick, Scott, Sharpe, Sheheen, Shirley, Shissias, Smith, Snow, Stoddard, Stone, Sturkie, Taylor, Townsend, Tucker, Vaughn, Waites, Waldrop, Wells, Whipper, White, Wilder, Wilkes, Wilkins, D. Williams, J. Williams, Wofford, Wright, A. Young and R. Young

S. Printed 4/15/92--S.

Read the first time February 6, 1992.

THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

To whom was referred a Concurrent Resolution (H. 4301), expressing the deepest sorrow of the Members of the General Assembly at the death in June, 1991, of Currie B. Spivey, Jr., etc., respectfully

REPORT:

That they have duly and carefully considered the same, and recommend that the same do pass:

JOHN DRUMMOND, for Committee.

A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

EXPRESSING THE DEEPEST SORROW OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE DEATH IN JUNE, 1991, OF CURRIE B. SPIVEY, JR., CHAIRMAN OF THE STATE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, AND EXTENDING SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS, AND REQUESTING THE STATE DEVELOPMENT BOARD TO TAKE THE NECESSARY STEPS TO SET UP A TRUST IN MEMORY OF CURRIE SPIVEY TO ENHANCE AND PROMOTE NEW ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH CAROLINA.

Whereas, in June, 1991, the State of South Carolina suffered the tremendous loss of an outstanding leader and public servant with the untimely and tragic death of State Development Board Chairman Currie B. Spivey, Jr.; and

Whereas, Currie Spivey was a former chairman of the Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce and served on the board of directors for the State Department of Health and Environmental Control, Greenville's Freedom Weekend Aloft, Liberty Corporation, Technology for Energy Corporation, Wofford College, and the Governor's School for the Arts; and,

Whereas, he was a former chairman of the South Carolina Advisory Board for the Southeast U.S.-Japan Association and had served on the boards of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the Blue Ridge Boy Scout Council, Leadership South Carolina, Clemson University Foundation, Greenville Metropolitan YMCA, University of South Carolina's President's Advisory Council, and Clemson University's Capital Campaign; and

Whereas, in 1958 he graduated from Clemson University with a degree in industrial management, and he received the Clemson Alumni Association's Distinguished Service Award, its highest honor, in 1988; and

Whereas, he served in the Army as an airplane pilot until 1961 and joined Daniel Construction Company in 1963, where he rose quickly through the ranks and was named president in 1977 and chairman in 1982; and

Whereas, after the international Fluor Corporation bought Daniel Construction, he was named a group vice president; and

Whereas, in 1984 he bought Ballenger Group, Inc., now Ballenger Industrial & Commercial Services, Inc.; and

Whereas, he was devoted to his work as chairman of the State Development Board and was instrumental in the growth of the State; and

Whereas, his impact was great, and his loss will be painfully felt for a very long time; and

Whereas, a trust to enhance and promote new elements of business development in South Carolina in memory of Currie B. Spivey, Jr., truly would be a fitting memorial to the talents, dedication, vision, and hard work of this outstanding individual; and

Whereas, it is the sentiment and firm wish of the General Assembly that the State Development Board take the necessary steps to have such a trust set up to memorialize the good name and excellent works of Currie Spivey for the benefit of all the people of this State. Now, therefore,

Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring:

That the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, by this resolution, expresses deepest sorrow at the death in June, 1991, of Currie B. Spivey, Jr., chairman of the State Development Board, and extends sympathy to his family and many friends and requests the State Development Board to take the necessary steps to set up a trust in memory of Currie Spivey to enhance and promote new elements of business development in South Carolina, in accordance with the provisions of this resolution.

Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mr. Spivey's widow, Mrs. Currie B. Spivey, Jr., his daughter, Beth Paschal, in care of Equity Advantage, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina, and the members and the director of the State Development Board.

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