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Introduced in the Senate on January 13, 2016
Adopted by the Senate on January 13, 2016
Summary: Vivian McDowell
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Date Body Action Description with journal page number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/13/2016 Senate Introduced and adopted (Senate Journal-page 46)
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TO RECOGNIZE AND CONGRATULATE MRS. VIVIAN MCDOWELL, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE SENATE AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE, UPON THE OCCASION OF HER RETIREMENT, TO EXTEND DEEP APPRECIATION FOR HER MANY YEARS OF OUTSTANDING PUBLIC SERVICE, AND TO WISH HER WELL AS SHE ENTERS A MUCH-DESERVED RETIREMENT.
Whereas, Vivian McDowell has carried out her duties with the South Carolina Senate with excellence. She will retire after more than nineteen years of dedicated service to the people of the State, specifically ten and one-half years with the Senate; and
Whereas, Vivian began working for the Senate in July 2005 as the secretary for Senators Daniel B. "Danny" Verdin, III and George E. "Chip" Campsen, III. In 2007, she became administrative assistant to Senator Verdin and the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee; and
Whereas, Vivian was born December 31, 1948, in Washington, DC to Elida and Mark Antonio Brolo. Growing up in a military family, Vivian had the opportunity to live all over the world; and
Whereas, after completing her secondary education in Japan, Vivian returned to the United States where she attended East Tennessee State University; and
Whereas, Vivian is married to Ed McDowell and they reside in Columbia. She was blessed with one son, Alexander Rollinson "Alex" Stalvey, who is an attorney in Greenville, South Carolina, a daughter-in-law, Lee McDonald Stalvey, and two grandchildren, Alexander Rollinson "Rollins" Stalvey, Jr. and Mary McDonald "Mary Mac" Stalvey; and
Whereas, as she enters retirement, Vivian is looking forward to gardening, birdwatching, spending much more time with her beloved grandchildren, and enjoying all the pleasures that retirement affords; and
Whereas, grateful for the legacy of consistent commitment Vivian has bestowed on the State of South Carolina, the Senate takes great pleasure in wishing her all the best as she enters her retirement. The members trust she will find much enjoyment in the more leisurely pace of the days ahead. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Senate:
That the members of the Senate, by this resolution, recognize and congratulate Mrs. Vivian McDowell upon the occasion of her retirement and extend best wishes as she enters a much-deserved retirement.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to Mrs. Vivian McDowell.
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