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S. RES. 347

 To commend Senate Enrolling Clerk Thomas J. Lundregan on 36 years of 
                service to the United States Government.



                             April 29, 2004

    Mr. Frist (for himself and Mr. Daschle) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to



 To commend Senate Enrolling Clerk Thomas J. Lundregan on 36 years of 
                service to the United States Government.

Whereas in 1967 Thomas J. Lundregan became an employee of the Government 
        Printing Office, and since then has devoted his career to the service of 
        the United States Government;
Whereas in 1989 Thomas J. Lundregan joined the Office of the Enrolling Clerk in 
        the Office of the Secretary of the Senate;
Whereas in 1995 Thomas J. Lundregan became the Enrolling Clerk of the Senate and 
        has always performed the duties of that office with great dedication, 
        perseverance, and humor;
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan has performed a critical role in ensuring the 
        technical accuracy and legal sufficiency of legislation passed by the 
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan has been in the forefront of the modernization of 
        the operations of the Senate Enrolling Clerk;
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan has faithfully discharged the difficult duties and 
        responsibilities of Enrolling Clerk of the United States Senate with 
        great pride, energy, efficiency, dedication, integrity, and 
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan has earned the respect, affection, and esteem of his 
        colleagues and the United States Senate;
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan has for 36 years ably and faithfully upheld the high 
        standards and traditions of service to the United States Government; and
Whereas Thomas J. Lundregan will retire from the United States Senate on April 
        30, 2004, with 36 years of service to the United States Government and 
        15 years of service to the United States Senate: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the United States Senate commends Thomas J. Lundregan for his 
exemplary service to the United States and the Nation, and wishes to express its 
deep appreciation and gratitude for his long, faithful, and outstanding service, 
and extends its very best wishes upon his retirement.
    Sec. 2. The Secretary of the Senate shall transmit a copy of this resolution 
to Thomas J. Lundregan.

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