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S.Res. 57 (is) To express the sense of the Senate that the Federal investment in programs that provide health care services to uninsured and low-income individuals in medically underserved areas be increased in order to double access to care over the next...
S. RES. 56
Honoring the memory of James A. Rhodes as a gifted political servant
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
March 9, 2001
Mr. Voinovich (for himself and Mr. DeWine) submitted the following
resolution; which was considered and agreed to
Honoring the memory of James A. Rhodes as a gifted political servant
Whereas the Senate notes with great sorrow the death of James A. Rhodes on March
4, 2001, at the age of 91;
Whereas James A. Rhodes was born the son of a coal miner in Coalton, Ohio, in
Whereas in 1934, James A. Rhodes launched his first campaign for political
office at the age of 25, and was elected ward committeeman at The Ohio
State University, thereby commencing a successful public career that
would span one-half century;
Whereas James A. Rhodes rose through a succession of positions of public trust
to rank as one the greatest public servants of the State of Ohio;
Whereas James A. Rhodes was elected to 4 terms as Governor of Ohio, more than
any other Governor in the history of the State;
Whereas James A. Rhodes was gifted not only as a public servant, but as an
educator, mentor, and businessman;
Whereas James A. Rhodes was instrumental in the expansion of State supported
universities, community colleges, and technical colleges in the State of
Whereas James A. Rhodes bolstered the economic development of the State of Ohio
and provided leadership for successful building programs throughout the
Whereas James A. Rhodes' love and devotion to the State of Ohio was nonpareil;
Whereas the quality of life of the citizens of Ohio continues to be
significantly elevated because of the life led by James A. Rhodes; and
Whereas James A. Rhodes' service to the State of Ohio and its people, regardless
of stature in life, economic status, religion, or race, has inspired
many young men and women to follow his example: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved, That the Senate--
(1) honors the life of James A. Rhodes, former Governor of
the State of Ohio;
(2) is thankful that James A. Rhodes touched the lives of
many men and women during his years of public service;
(3) notes that James A. Rhodes' greatest achievement is his
family, including his late wife, Helen, his surviving
daughters, Suzanne and Sharon, his 9 grandchildren, and his 13
(4) extends support and condolences to the friends and
family of James A. Rhodes upon the sad occasion of his death.
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