SR31: Celebrating the life of Barbara S. Klotz.


SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 31
Celebrating the life of Barbara S. Klotz.

 

Agreed to by the Senate, February 16, 2018

 

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz, Director of Legislative Services for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, died on November 11, 2017; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz was born in Richmond and was the daughter of Ray and Lib Klotz; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and dedicated her career to public service in the Commonwealth for 43 years, including 31 years with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz will be fondly remembered as a tireless and faithful public servant for the people of the Commonwealth; and

WHEREAS, a woman of immense generosity and grace, Barbara S. Klotz was deeply devoted to caring for all living beings; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz consistently supported charitable organizations by participating in the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, and she generously made and donated an abundant supply of her delicious baked goods to raise money for charitable causes throughout the years; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz enjoyed preparing and delivering meals for those who were ill or in need; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz was well known for her care of her beloved Rottweilers and other canine breeds, training and showing them in competition; having competed throughout the East Coast, she was particularly revered for her skill at superior canine training; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz will be greatly missed by her brothers, Richard, William, and Raymond, Jr., and their wives, as well as nine nieces and nephews, and many other friends and colleagues; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the Senate of Virginia hereby note with great sadness the loss of Barbara S. Klotz; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the Senate prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Barbara S. Klotz, as an expression of the Senate of Virginia’s respect for her memory.

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 31

Offered February 9, 2018
Celebrating the life of Barbara S. Klotz.
Patron-- McDougle

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz, Director of Legislative Services for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles, died on November 11, 2017; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz was born in Richmond and was the daughter of Ray and Lib Klotz; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and dedicated her career to public service in the Commonwealth for 43 years, including 31 years with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz will be fondly remembered as a tireless and faithful public servant for the people of the Commonwealth; and

WHEREAS, a woman of immense generosity and grace, Barbara S. Klotz was deeply devoted to caring for all living beings; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz consistently supported charitable organizations by participating in the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign, and she generously made and donated an abundant supply of her delicious baked goods to raise money for charitable causes throughout the years; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz enjoyed preparing and delivering meals for those who were ill or in need; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz was well-known for her care of her beloved Rottweilers and other canine breeds, training and showing them in competition; having competed throughout the East Coast, she was particularly revered for her skill at superior canine training; and

WHEREAS, Barbara S. Klotz will be greatly missed by her brothers, Richard, William, and Raymond, Jr., and their wives, as well as nine nieces and nephews, and many other friends and colleagues; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the Senate of Virginia hereby note with great sadness the loss of Barbara S. Klotz; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the Senate prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the family of Barbara S. Klotz as an expression of the Senate of Virginia’s respect for her memory.