||HOUSE COMMEMORATION NO. 1034 |
Introduced by: Representatives Ahlers, Boomgarden, Bradford, Burg, Dennert, DeVries, Elliott, Engels, Feinstein, Gassman, Gillespie, Halverson, Hargens, Heineman, Hills, Lucas, McLaughlin, Miles, Moore, Nygaard, Rave, Sigdestad, Steele, Street, Thompson, Weems, and Wick and Senators Jerstad, Hauge, Katus, Kloucek, Olson (Ed), and Sutton
A LEGISLATIVE COMMEMORATION, Honoring Sue Horstmeyer for her years of dedicated service to the South Dakota education system.
WHEREAS, Sue Horstmeyer received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Disorders at Northern State University in 1973 and her Master of Arts degree in Communication Disorders at the University of South Dakota in 1974; and
WHEREAS, Sue Horstmeyer has taught at a number of schools in South Dakota including Springfield, Avon, Tabor, Baltic, Tri-Valley, Garretson, and Dell Rapids and was also the coordinator of a new program that brought speech therapy to many South Dakota schools; and
WHEREAS, Sue Horstmeyer has been involved with multiple school-related activities including serving as a Christmas for our Kids volunteer for eighteen years; serving as a former member of the Dell Rapids Lions Club; serving as a present member of the Dell Rapids Legion Auxiliary; and providing speech therapy through home visits with the Birth-to-3 Program from 2001-2007. She has received a number of awards throughout her career including the 2004 Tradition for Caring Jefferson Award; the 2007 Peer Award at the Dell Rapids Elementary School; and the Twenty Years of Dedicated Service Award at the Dell Rapids Elementary School for serving from 1987-2007.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT COMMEMORATED, by the Eighty-Third Legislature of the State of South Dakota, that Sue Horstmeyer be honored for her many years of devoted service to the state of South Dakota and its education system.
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