SR540: Celebrating the life of Lori Lee Brickley.


SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 540
Celebrating the life of Lori Lee Brickley.

 

Agreed to by the Senate, September 16, 2020

 

WHEREAS, Lori Lee Brickley, a highly admired community leader in Dale City, died on August 23, 2020, after a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer; and

WHEREAS, born into a military family, Lori Brickley traveled throughout the United States and the world at a young age; she attended elementary and middle school in San Antonio, Texas, and graduated from Woodbridge Senior High School after relocating to the Commonwealth; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley received an associate’s degree from Northern Virginia Community College and worked in Arlington and Washington, D.C.; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley met her husband, the Honorable David Brickley, in 1981, while he was presiding over a swearing-in ceremony for members of the Dale City Civic Association, of which she was the new treasurer; the couple married a year later and enjoyed 38 happy years together; and

WHEREAS, in 1991, Lori Brickley became the school financial officer of the newly opened Beville Middle School, where she remained until her well-earned retirement; and

WHEREAS, known for her unfailing kindness, generosity, and grace, Lori Brickley was an active volunteer in the Dale City community, including as a life member of the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary, the Dale City Civic Association, and during her illness continued to volunteer with Action in Community Through Service; and

WHEREAS, while overcoming breast cancer, Lori Brickley became an officer on the American Cancer Society’s Prince William Board and chaired the local Relay for Life for many years; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley’s greatest joy in life was her beloved family, and she will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by her husband, David; her son, Justin, and his family; her stepchildren, Terri and David, Jr., and their families; her father, Bud; her sister, Cindy; and numerous other family members and friends; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the Senate of Virginia hereby note with great sadness the loss of Lori Lee Brickley; and, be it

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

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 540

Offered September 10, 2020
Celebrating the life of Lori Lee Brickley.
Patron-- McPike

WHEREAS, Lori Lee Brickley, a highly admired community leader in Dale City, died on August 23, 2020, after a valiant battle against pancreatic cancer; and

WHEREAS, born into a military family, Lori Brickley traveled throughout the United States and the world at a young age; she attended elementary and middle school in San Antonio, Texas, and graduated from Woodbridge Senior High School after relocating to the Commonwealth; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley received an associate’s degree from Northern Virginia Community College and worked in Arlington and Washington, D.C.; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley met her husband, the Honorable David Brickley, in 1981, while he was presiding over a swearing-in ceremony for members of the Dale City Civic Association, of which she was the new treasurer; the couple married a year later and enjoyed 38 happy years together; and

WHEREAS, in 1991, Lori Brickley became the school financial officer of the newly opened Beville Middle School, where she remained until her well-earned retirement; and

WHEREAS, known for her unfailing kindness, generosity, and grace, Lori Brickley was an active volunteer in the Dale City community, including as a life member of the Dale City Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary, the Dale City Civic Association, and during her illness continued to volunteer with Action in Community Through Service; and

WHEREAS, while overcoming breast cancer, Lori Brickley became an officer on the American Cancer Society’s Prince William Board and chaired the local Relay for Life for many years; and

WHEREAS, Lori Brickley’s greatest joy in life was her beloved family, and she will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by her husband, David; her son, Justin, and his family; her stepchildren, Terri and David, Jr., and their families; her father, Bud; her sister, Cindy; and numerous other family members and friends; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the Senate of Virginia hereby note with great sadness the loss of Lori Lee Brickley; and, be it

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