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Introduced in the House on March 13, 2019
Introduced in the Senate on April 3, 2019
Adopted by the General Assembly on April 11, 2019
Summary: Sergeant Darryl Quick Memorial Bridge
HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS
Date Body Action Description with journal page number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3/13/2019 House Introduced (House Journal-page 22) 3/13/2019 House Referred to Committee on Invitations and Memorial Resolutions (House Journal-page 22) 3/28/2019 House Committee report: Favorable Invitations and Memorial Resolutions (House Journal-page 38) 4/3/2019 House Adopted, sent to Senate (House Journal-page 61) 4/3/2019 Senate Introduced (Senate Journal-page 12) 4/3/2019 Senate Referred to Committee on Transportation (Senate Journal-page 12) 4/11/2019 Senate Recalled from Committee on Transportation (Senate Journal-page 4) 4/11/2019 Senate Adopted, returned to House with concurrence (Senate Journal-page 15)
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VERSIONS OF THIS BILL
April 10, 2019
S. Printed 4/10/19--S.
Read the first time April 3, 2019.
TO REQUEST THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION NAME THE BRIDGE LOCATED ON HIGHWAY 1 APPROXIMATELY FOUR MILES OUTSIDE THE TOWN OF MCBEE "SERGEANT DARRYL QUICK MEMORIAL BRIDGE" AND ERECT APPROPRIATE MARKERS OR SIGNS AT THIS LOCATION CONTAINING THIS DESIGNATION.
Whereas, the members of the South Carolina General Assembly were deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of Sergeant Darryl Quick on July 23, 2008, and wish to honor and remember this wonderful husband, father, friend, and deputy; and
Whereas, a native of Brooklyn, New York, Sergeant Quick was born on December 12, 1965; and
Whereas, a veteran of the United States Army, he served for six years until he was honorably discharged; and
Whereas, Sergeant Quick began his career as a correctional officer at Evans Correctional Center in Bennettsville, where he served for three years. He later transferred to Morrison Correctional Institute in North Carolina, where he served for five years; and
Whereas, Sergeant Quick also served as a police officer with the Chesterfield Police Department followed by a stint as deputy sheriff with the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office; and
Whereas, a devout Christian, Sergeant Quick was a member of the Outreach for Christ Missionary Baptist Church in the Cash community where he served as a deacon and president of the Usher Board; and
Whereas, an active leader in his community, he was a loyal member of the Davis Temple Lodge #481. Sergeant Quick distinguished himself as Past Master of Davis Temple Lodge #481, High Priest for Emmanuel Chapter #13 H.R.A.M., Commander-in-Chief at Booker T. Washington Consistory #225, Generalissimo-Willie Brown Commandery #15, Oriental Guide-Al Bahr Temple #178, Grand Inspector General 330, and last degree, United Supreme Council, A.A.S.R. Southern Jurisdiction; and
Whereas, Sergeant Quick is survived by his wife, Michelle Quick, three sons, D. J. Quick, Kevin Jefferson, and Darrell Wright-Quick, one daughter, Brittany Quick, and many friends and colleagues; and
Whereas, it would be fitting and proper to pay tribute to the life and service of this son of South Carolina by naming the bridge on which he tragically lost his life in his honor. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring:
That the members of the South Carolina General Assembly, by this resolution, request the Department of Transportation name the bridge located on Highway 1 approximately four miles outside of the Town of McBee "Sergeant Darryl Quick Memorial Bridge" and erect appropriate markers or signs at this location containing this designation.
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Department of Transportation and the family of Sergeant Darryl Quick.
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