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Introduced Version House Concurrent Resolution 92 History

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HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 92

By Delegates Robinson, Ambler, Anderson, Atkinson, Campbell, Barrett, Bates, Boggs, Brewer, Canestraro, Capito, Caputo, Cooper, Dean, Diserio, Eldridge, Ellington, Espinosa, A. Evans, E. Evans, Ferro, Fleischauer, Fluharty, Graves, Hamilton, Hamrick, Harshbarger, Hartman, Higginbotham, Hill, Hornbuckle, Isner, Kelly, Kessinger, Jennings, Love, Lovejoy, Lynch, Marcum, Maynard, Miley, C. Miller, R. Miller, Moye, Nelson, Pack, Overington, Paynter, Pethtel, Queen, Rodighiero, Rohrbach, C. Romine, R. Romine, Rowan, Shott, Sobonya, Sponaugle, Summers, Walters, Ward, Williams and Zatezalo

[Introduced February 27, 2018; Referred to the Committee on Roads and Transportation then Rules]

 

Requesting the Division of Highways to erect a sign at the Malden/Rand exit on Route 60 to designate Rand, West Virginia “Home of Pro Football Hall of Fame Member Randy G. Moss”.

Whereas, Randy G. Moss was born on February 13, 1977, in Rand, West Virginia to Maxine Moss and Randy Pratt; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss attended DuPont High School in DuPont City, West Virginia where he led the DuPont Panthers to state championships in 1992 and 1993; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss received the Kennedy Award for the West Virginia Football Player of the Year in 1994; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss was featured on the Parade Magazine Annual All-American High School Football Team in 1995 and designated one of the fifty greatest high school football players of all time by Parade Magazine; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss received the Evans Award for Basketball Player of the Year in 1994 and 1995; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss attended Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia where he set eight NCAA Division I-AA records during his college career; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 1998; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss set over twenty NFL records during his career; and

Whereas, During his career, Randy G. Moss scored 156 touchdowns and had 15,292 receiving yards; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss competed in six Pro Bowls and was designated 1st Team All Pro four times; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss was selected as a 1st Ballot Hall of Famer in 2018; and

Whereas, In addition to his supreme athletic accomplishments, Randy G. Moss is a charitable West Virginian who has worked with the Smile Network to host the Randy Moss Celebrity Charity Invitational Bass Tournament; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss founded the Links for Learning foundation to help West Virginian students; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss donated a Starlight Children’s Foundation Fun Center to the Women and Children’s Hospital of Charleston, West Virginia; and

Whereas, Randy G. Moss has demonstrated exemplary athletic skills and numerous charitable works; therefore, be it

Resolved by the Legislature of West Virginia:

That the Division of Highways is hereby requested to erect a sign at the Malden/Rand exit on Route 60 to designate Rand, West Virginia “Home of Pro Football Hall of Fame Member Randy G. Moss”; and, be it

Further Resolved, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates forward a copy of this resolution to the Commissioner of the Division of Highways.

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