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SenateBill Number: 1121Primary Sponsor: SetzlerType of Legislation: CRSubject: Addy, Mr. John Kermit, Sr.Date Bill Passed both Bodies: Jan 16, 1992Computer Document Number: CYY/18690.SDIntroduced Date: Jan 14, 1992Last History Body: SenateLast History Date: Jan 16, 1992Last History Type: Received from HouseScope of Legislation: StatewideAll Sponsors: SetzlerType of Legislation: Concurrent Resolution
Bill Body Date Action Description CMN ---- ------ ------------ ------------------------------ --- 1121 Senate Jan 16, 1992 Received from House 1121 House Jan 15, 1992 Introduced, adopted, returned with concurrence 1121 Senate Jan 14, 1992 Introduced, adopted, sent to HouseView additional legislative information at the LPITS web site.
TO EXPRESS THE DEEPEST SYMPATHY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO THE FAMILY OF MR. JOHN KERMIT ADDY, SR., OF LEXINGTON WHO DIED DURING THE LEGISLATIVE INTERIM.
Whereas, the members of the General Assembly were deeply saddened to learn that during the legislative interim on August 28, 1991, Lexington and the State of South Carolina lost one of its most respected business and civic leaders with the death of Mr. John Kermit Addy, Sr.; and
Whereas, Mr. Addy was president and owner of Addy Dodge, Inc. of Lexington and served on the National Dodge Dealer Advisory Council Board of Directors and on the Chrysler Corporation Dealer Council Board; and
Whereas, he also served three terms as Mayor of Lexington and earned a reputation for courtesy and fairness while serving as Mayor. In addition, he served his community in numerous other capacities including sixteen years on the Lexington Medical Hospital Board of Directors, and as a member of the Lexington Lions Club and as a member of the Babcock Center Foundation; and
Whereas, Mr. Addy was a true friend of the Lexington State Bank. He served on the advisory board of the bank for seventeen years before being appointed to the board of directors of both the Lexington State Bank and L.S.B. Bancshares, Inc. of South Carolina. He served on both boards until his retirement in 1990; and
Whereas, with the death of this truly fine man, South Carolina has lost a distinguished business leader, a respected public official, and a good friend; and
Whereas, the members of the General Assembly, by this resolution, would like to express their sincere condolences to his family and many friends upon his unfortunate death. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring:
That the members of the General Assembly hereby extend their deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. John Kermit Addy, Sr., of Lexington who died during the legislative interim.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to his wife, Mrs. Frances Addy.