Current Status Bill Number:
4779Type of Legislation: Concurrent Resolution CRIntroducing Body: HouseIntroduced Date: 19980310Primary Sponsor: YoungAll Sponsors: Young, Woodrum, Harvin, Canty, Neal and G. BrownDrafted Document Number: jic\5323ac.98Date Bill Passed both Bodies: 19980311Subject: The Honorable Leslie Earl Pack, Resolutions
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EXPRESSING SORROW AT THE DEATH OF THE HONORABLE LESLIE EARL PACK, SUMTER COUNTY MAGISTRATE, AND EXTENDING DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY AND MANY FRIENDS.
Whereas, the Honorable Leslie Earl Pack, Sumter County Magistrate and lifelong resident of the Sumter area, died February 18, 1998; and
Whereas, Mr. Pack was born June 7, 1931, in Sumter to the late Carl Benjamin Pack and Theresa Hodge Pack and was one of eight children; and
Whereas, he graduated from Edmunds High School and attended Clevenger Business College, The University of Detroit, and Central Carolina Technical College and also was certified by the South Carolina Supreme Court as having attended the School for Magistrates; and
Whereas, Mr. Pack had served as a Sumter County magistrate for two years at the time of his death. His keen ability to balance justice and compassion quickly earned him the respect and admiration of his fellow magistrates and of those who appeared before him; and
Whereas, prior to his appointment as a magistrate, he was in automotive sales with McLaughlin Ford in Sumter for over a decade and a half, where his fair dealings, concern for others, and outgoing personality resulted in a very successful career and earned him the friendship of his many, many customers; and
Whereas, Mr. Pack was an active member of many civic organizations, among them the Omar Shrine Temple, the Sumter Lions Club, and the Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce; and
Whereas, his public service also included serving on the Board of Trustees for Sumter School District 2 and in addition he was a faithful member of First Baptist Church where he had served as a deacon; and
Whereas, Mr. Pack was a devoted husband and father and is survived by his wife, Carolyn Rowland Pack, a son, daughter, stepdaughter, and four grandchildren; and
Whereas, the Honorable Leslie Earl Pack was an outstanding individual and a distinguished gentleman known for his love of life and of his fellow man. He was held in high esteem and greatly loved by all who knew him, and he will be truly missed. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring:
That, by this resolution, the Members of the South Carolina General Assembly express sorrow at the death of the Honorable Leslie Earl Pack, Sumter County Magistrate, and extend deepest sympathy to his family and many friends.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mrs. Leslie Earl Pack.