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S. RES. 202
Recognizing the distinguished service of John E. Cook of Williams,
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
October 13, 1999
Mr. Domenici (for himself and Mr. Bingaman) submitted the following
resolution; which was considered and agreed to
Recognizing the distinguished service of John E. Cook of Williams,
Whereas John E. Cook has recently retired from the National Park Service after
43 years of distinguished service to the United States and the people of
the western region of the Nation;
Whereas John E. Cook most recently served 87 park units in 8 western States,
stretching from the Canadian border to Mexico, as Director of the
Intermountain Region of the National Park Service;
Whereas John E. Cook is in the third of 4 generations from the Cook family who
have served the National Park Service with enthusiasm and dedication;
Whereas John E. Cook's father, John O. Cook, and his grandfather, John E. Cook,
served the National Park Service in the southwestern region, and his
daughter Kayci Cook, currently serves as superintendent of Fort McHenry
National Monument and Historic Shrine in Baltimore;
Whereas John E. Cook began his National Park Service career as a mule skinner at
what is now Saguaro National Park;
Whereas John E. Cook, who is of Cherokee descent, speaks Navajo, and has worked
diligently to promote Native American understanding;
Whereas John E. Cook has held 4 regional directorships, 1 deputy regional
directorship, and 5 superintendencies within the National Park Service,
and has proven to be a strong manager of people and parks, linking
cultural and natural resource management; and
Whereas the citizens of the United States and the National Park Service owe John
E. Cook a debt of gratitude and wish to congratulate him on his well-
deserved retirement: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the Senate--
(1) congratulates John E. Cook for 43 years of service to
the National Park Service;
(2) acknowledges the admiration and affection that John E.
Cook's friends share for him; and
(3) recognizes the pride and high standard of workmanship
exhibited by John E. Cook for 43 years.
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