HJ750: Commending the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn.


HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 750
Commending the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn.

 

Agreed to by the House of Delegates, February 4, 2019
Agreed to by the Senate, February 21, 2019

 

WHEREAS, the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn, a respected public servant and a dedicated community leader in Greensville County, will retire as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court on March 1, 2019; and

WHEREAS, Robert “Bobby” John Cochran Wrenn has ably served the public as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court for more than 50 years, winning elections for the position seven consecutive times; he offered his wisdom and expertise to the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association as a former board member and president; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn served the Commonwealth as an appointed member of the Virginia Community College System State Board for 11 years and as a member of a public records advisory committee; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn has strengthened the community as a longtime member and past president of the Meherrin Ruritan Club, which named him Ruritan of the Year in 2004 and named him a Ruritan Forever Member in 2005; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn has served as a board member of the Salvation Army of Emporia, chair of the Rise Against Hunger campaign, and chair of the Bloodmobile, donating blood more than 200 times; he has also offered his leadership to the Greensville Bicentennial Committee and the Boy Scouts of America; and

WHEREAS, an avid cyclist, Bobby Wrenn established the Great Peanut Bicycle Ride, a beloved local tradition that has welcomed as many as 1,625 participants from 26 states and been featured in national media; and

WHEREAS, for more than five decades, Bobby Wrenn and his wife, Ann, have hosted a Fourth of July celebration that promotes community spirit and unity between both local residents and visitors from far and wide; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly hereby commend the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn on the occasion of his retirement as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn as an expression of the General Assembly’s admiration for his legacy of service to the residents of Greensville County.

HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 750

Offered January 25, 2019
Commending the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn.
Patron-- Tyler

WHEREAS, the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn, a respected public servant and a dedicated community leader in Greensville County, will retire as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court on March 1, 2019; and

WHEREAS, Robert “Bobby” Wrenn has ably served the public as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court for more than 50 years, winning elections for the position seven consecutive times; he offered his wisdom and expertise to the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association as a former board member and president; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn also served the Commonwealth as an appointed member of the Virginia Community College System State Board for 11 years and as a member of a public records advisory committee; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn has strengthened the community as a longtime member and past president of the Meherrin Ruritan Club, which named him Ruritan of the Year in 2004 and named him a Ruritan Forever Member in 2005; and

WHEREAS, Bobby Wrenn has served as a board member of the Salvation Army of Emporia, chair of the Rise Against Hunger campaign, and chair of the Bloodmobile, donating blood more than 200 times; he has also offered his leadership to the Greensville Bicentennial Committee and the Boy Scouts of America; and

WHEREAS, an avid cyclist, Bobby Wrenn established the Great Peanut Bicycle Ride, a beloved local tradition that has welcomed as many as 1,625 participants from 26 states and been featured in national media; and

WHEREAS, for more than five decades, Bobby Wrenn and his wife, Ann, have hosted a Fourth of July celebration that promotes community spirit and unity between both local residents and visitors from far and wide; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED by the House of Delegates, the Senate concurring, That the General Assembly hereby commend the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn on the occasion of his retirement as clerk of the Greensville Circuit Court; and, be it

RESOLVED FURTHER, That the Clerk of the House of Delegates prepare a copy of this resolution for presentation to the Honorable Robert John Cochran Wrenn as an expression of the General Assembly’s admiration for his legacy of service to the residents of Greensville County.