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Record #: R2013-382   
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
Intro date: 4/10/2013 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 4/10/2013
Title: Tribute to late Kenneth D. Johnson
Sponsors: Burke, Edward M.
Attachments: 1. R2013-382.pdf
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson has gone to his eternal reward at the age of forty-nine; and
WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson was a devoted public servant and the loving husband of Lucy, nee DelValle; and
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson was the much-adored father of Amy and Mason to whom he imparted many of the fine and noble qualities that he possessed in abundance; and
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson was the son of Frederick and Eileen; and
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson served as a member of the Chicago Police Department and the Department of Aviation police unit; and
WHEREAS, During his career, Kenneth D. Johnson upheld the finest and most noble traditions of the law enforcement community; and
WHEREAS, The hard work, sacrifice and dedication of Kenneth D. Johnson serve as an example to all; and
WHEREAS, His love of life and ability to live it to the fullest endeared Kenneth D. Johnson to his family members, friends and all who knew him, and enabled him to enrich their lives in ways they will never forget; and
WHEREAS, Kenneth D. Johnson was an individual of great integrity and accomplishment who will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his many relatives, friends and admirers; and
WHEREAS, To his beloved family, Kenneth D. Johnson imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore
BE IT RESOLVED, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this tenth day of April, 2013, do hereby commemorate Kenneth D. Johnson for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of Kenneth D. Johnson.