78th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Concurrent Resolution 2 Page: 2 of 3

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1 served on a committee that was instrumental in establishing the
2 Permian Basin Petroleum Museum; and
3 WHEREAS, He has also given generously of his time to his
4 community, serving on the boards of the Midland Independent School
5 District, High Sky Children's Ranch, Abell-Hanger Foundation, and
6 Midland Presbyterian Homes, as well as on the first board of the
7 Midland YMCA; in 1953, together with 24 other charter members, he
8 helped to establish Memorial Christian Church; and
9 WHEREAS, Mr. Younger has been aided in every endeavor by
10 Charlene Younger, his wife of 64 years; and
11 WHEREAS, A leader of tremendous dedication, energy, and
12 vision, John Younger has rendered immeasurable service to his
13 industry and his community, and it is a pleasure to join in
14 celebrating his newest honor; now, therefore, be it
15 RESOLVED, That the 78th Legislature of the State of Texas
16 hereby congratulate John Younger on being named Top Hand by the
17 Permian Basin Petroleum Association; and, be it further
18 RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
19 prepared for Mr. Younger as an expression of high regard by the
20 Texas House of Representatives and Senate.

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Texas. Legislature. Senate. 78th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Concurrent Resolution 2, legislative document, February 2003; [Austin, Texas]. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth159630/m1/2/ocr/: accessed December 2, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.