SUBMITTED RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 158, No. 15
(Senate - January 31, 2012)

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                         SUBMITTED RESOLUTIONS

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SENATE RESOLUTION 359--COMMENDING ALAN S. FRUMIN ON HIS SERVICE TO THE 
                          UNITED STATES SENATE

  Mr. REID of Nevada (for himself and Mr. McConnell) submitted the 
following resolution; which was considered and agreed to:

                              S. Res. 359

       Whereas Alan S. Frumin, a native of New Rochelle, New York 
     and graduate of Colgate University and Georgetown University 
     Law Center, began his long career with the Congress in the 
     House of Representatives precedents writing office in April 
     of 1974;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin began work with the Secretary of the 
     Senate's Office of the Senate Parliamentarian on January 1, 
     1977, serving under eight Majority Leaders;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin served the Senate as its 
     Parliamentarian from 1987 to 1995 and from 2001 to 2012 and 
     has been Parliamentarian Emeritus since 1997;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin revised the Senate's book on 
     procedure, ``Riddick's Senate Procedure'' and is the only 
     sitting Parliamentarian to have published a compilation of 
     the body's work;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin has shown tremendous dedication to 
     the Senate during his 35 years of service;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin has earned the respect and affection 
     of the Senators, their staffs and all of his colleagues for 
     his extensive knowledge of all matters relating to the 
     Senate, his fairness and thoughtfulness;
       Whereas Alan S. Frumin now retires from the Senate after 35 
     years to spend more time with his wife, Jill, and his 
     daughter, Allie; Now, therefore, be it
       Resolved, That the Senate expresses its appreciation to 
     Alan S. Frumin and commends him for his lengthy, faithful and 
     outstanding service to the Senate.
       Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate shall transmit a 
     copy of this resolution to Alan S. Frumin.

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