HJ810: Commending Sandra Moss.


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 810
Commending Sandra Moss.

 

Agreed to by the House of Delegates, January 30, 2009
Agreed to by the Senate, February 5, 2009

 

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss of Dillwyn is commended for receiving the Barbara Cox Anthony Automotive Woman of the Year Award from Manheim Company; and

WHEREAS, the award recognizes the increasing role that women have in the automotive industry and identifies women who make noteworthy contributions to the growth of the automobile community, have a proven knowledge of the automobile industry, and support women in business; and

WHEREAS, a hard-working and entrepreneurial woman, Sandra Moss has been in the automotive industry for 25 years; and

WHEREAS, a savvy businesswoman, Sandra Moss formed the Moss Motor Company, Inc., with her husband Bill and son William in 1984 and formed M & M Auto Rental, Inc., in July 1988; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss joined the Virginia Independent Automobile Dealer’s Association (VIADA) in 1984, serving as president in 1997 - 1998; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss has also been involved in the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association, where she has faithfully served as treasurer, Region I vice president, and the second female president; she currently serves as chairwoman of the board of the 20,000 member organization; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss has received many awards over her long and successful career, including two VIADA Quality Dealer Awards; and

WHEREAS, actively involved in the community, Sandra Moss established the local Chamber of Commerce, serves as vice-chair of the Fuqua School board of directors, and raises funds for the local fire and rescue squads; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly commend Sandra Moss on receiving the prestigious Barbara Cox Anthony Automotive Woman of the Year Award; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to Sandra Moss as an expression of the General Assembly’s admiration for her many accomplishments and devotion to her profession.

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 810
Offered January 27, 2009
Commending Sandra Moss.
Patron-- Abbitt

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss of Dillwyn is commended for receiving the Barbara Cox Anthony Automotive Woman of the Year Award from Manheim Company; and

WHEREAS, the award recognizes the increasing role that women have in the automotive industry and identifies women who make noteworthy contributions to the growth of the automobile community, have a proven knowledge of the automobile industry, and support women in business; and

WHEREAS, a hard-working and entrepreneurial woman, Sandra Moss has been in the automotive industry for 25 years; and

WHEREAS, a savvy businesswoman, Sandra Moss formed the Moss Motor Company, Inc., with her husband Bill and son William in 1984 and formed M & M Auto Rental, Inc., in July 1988; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss joined the Virginia Independent Automobile Dealers Association (VIADA) in 1984, serving as president in 1997 - 1998; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss has also been involved in the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association, where she has faithfully served as treasurer, Region I vice president, and the second female president; she currently serves as chairwoman of the board of the 20,000 member organization; and

WHEREAS, Sandra Moss has received many awards over her long and successful career, including two VIADA Quality Dealer Awards; and

WHEREAS, actively involved in the community, Sandra Moss established the local Chamber of Commerce, serves as vice-chair of the Fuqua School board of directors, and raises funds for the local fire and rescue squads; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly commend Sandra Moss on receiving the prestigious Barbara Cox Anthony Woman of the Year Award; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to Sandra Moss as an expression of the General Assemblys admiration for her many accomplishments and devotion to her profession.