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1 30612 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR. Alderman Burke moved to Suspend the Rules Temporarily for the purpose of including in the Agreed Calendar a series of resolutions presented by the Honorable Rahm Emanuel, Mayor, and Aldermen Fioretti, Balcer, Burke, Cochran, Brookins, Maldonado, Waguespack, Laurino, Reilly and Moore. The motion Prevailed. Thereupon, on motion of Alderman Burke, the proposed resolutions presented through the Agreed Calendar were Adopted by yeas and nays as follows: Yeas -- Aldermen Moreno, Fioretti, Dowell, Burns, Hairston, Sawyer, Jackson, Harris, Beale, Pope, Balcer, Cardenas, Quinn, Burke, Foulkes, Thompson, Thomas, Lane, O'Shea, Cochran, Brookins, Munoz, Zalewski, Chandler, Solis, Maldonado, Burnett, Ervin, Reboyras, Suarez, Waguespack, Austin, Col6n, Sposato, Mitts, Cullerton, Laurino, P. O'Connor, M. O'Connor, Reilly, Smith, Tunney, Arena, Cappleman, Pawar, Osterman, Moore, Silverstein Nays -- None. Alderman Pope moved to reconsider the foregoing vote. The motion was lost. Sponsored by the elected city officials named below, respectively, said Agreed Calendar resolutions, as adopted, read as follows (the italic heading in each case not being a part of the resolution): Presented By THE HONORABLE RAHM EMANUEL, MA YOR: TRIBUTE TO LATE PHILIP H. CaRBOy. [R ] WHEREAS, The members of this chamber were deeply saddened to learn of the passing on June 12, 2012, at age 87, of famed Chicago personal injury lawyer Philip H. Corboy; and WHEREAS, Mr. Corboy was born on August 12, The son of a Chicago police officer, he grew up in an apartment over a tavern in the Rogers Park neighborhood; and WHEREAS, Philip Corboy attended St. Margaret Mary Grade School and graduated from St. George High School and later from Loyola University Law School; and

2 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, Mr. Corboy was trained by legendary trial lawyer Jim Dooley, who went on to become a state Supreme Court judge; and WHEREAS, Shortly after law school, Mr. Corboy co-founded the law firm of Corboy & Demetrio, where he practiced law for more than 50 years; and WHEREAS, Mr. Corboy helped transform the personal injury profession, which had been stigmatized as an "ambulance-chasing" backwater part of the legal profession, into a respectable field of law; and WHEREAS, The National Law Journal listed Mr. Corboy as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in the country. He was among the best trial lawyers of his generation; and WHEREAS, Among his many contributions to the legal profession, Mr. Corboy was one of the first lawyers to do research on selecting a jury in personal injury cases, a practice that is now common for trial lawyers. He also championed using computers in law firms for management purposes; and WHEREAS, Mr. Corboy is a former president of the Chicago Bar Association, a former president of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, a former chairman of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association and a founding member of the Center for Disability and Elder Law; and WHEREAS, In 2010, Mr. Corboy and his wife, former library commissioner Mary Dempsey, made the largest single gift ever to the Loyola University Chicago School of Law. In recognition of this magnificent contribution, Loyola renamed its law school building the Philip H. Corboy Law Center; and WHEREAS, Philip Corboy was a humanitarian of the first order, someone who deeply cared about people not just in thought but in action. He was a dedicated family man, who will be missed by his relatives and friends alike for his warmth and energy; and WHEREAS, Philip Corboy is survived by his loving wife, Mary Dempsey, and his devoted sons, Philip Harnett Corboy, Jr., Dr. John R. Corboy and Thomas M. Corboy; his eight caring grandchildren, Bobby, David, Juliette, Kevin, Lauren, Matt, Nora and Ryan and his brother, Daniel. Mr. Corboy is preceded in death by his dear parents, Harold and Marie Corboy; his loving daughter, Judge Joan Marie Corboy; and his caring son, Robert J. Corboy; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 2th day of June 2012, do hereby honor the life and memory of Philip H. Corboy and extend our heartfelt condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That suitable copies of this resolution be presented to the family of Philip H. Corboy as a sign of our sympathy and good wishes.

3 30614 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 Presented By ALDERMAN FIORETTI (2 nd Ward): CONGRA TULA TlONS EXTENDED TO RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR PA TRICK J. POLLARD ON 40 TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINA TlON. [R ] WHEREAS, The Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick J. Pollard, an outstanding spiritual leader and arguably the busiest priest in the Archdiocese of Chicago, celebrated four decades as a priest on May 10, 2012; and WHEREAS, Monsignor Patrick Pollard gives new meaning to the concept of multi-tasking. He has served at eight diocesan parishes, currently installed as pastor of the historic Notre Dame de Chicago in the Little Italy community. The late Joseph Cardinal Bernadin appointed him to the post of Director of Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Cemeteries in 1984 and he is currently serving his ninth elected term on the board of directors of the Priests' Retirement and Mutual Aid Association. In 2010, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI elevated him as one of the Pope's chaplain and bestowed upon him the honorary title of Monsignor, only one of 20 priests to receive such honors that year; and WHEREAS, Monsignor Pollard was born in the City of Chicago, September 28, He attended St. Bede the Venerable grade school, Brother Rice, Quigley South High Schools and completed seminary studies at St. Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein, Illinois. He was ordained as Archdiocese of Chicago priest in During his 40 years, he has served at St. Henry from 1972 to 1977, St. Clotilde from 1977 to 1982, St. Thomas Moore from 1982 to 1983, St. Barnabas from 1983 to 1990, St. Colette in the suburb of Rolling Meadows from 1990 to 1993, St. Denis from 1993 to 1997, and Christ the King from 1997 to He was appointed pastor at Notre Dame de Chicago by His Eminence Francis Cardinal George in 2007; and WHEREAS, As pastor of Notre Dame parish, Monsignor Pollard also serves as pastor for Children of Peace Catholic School, an amalgamation of three parish schools located in the Illinois Medical District which includes the Holy Trinity School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, the only Catholic elementary school for such children in the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Robert W. Fioretti, Alderman of the 2 nd Ward, has apprised this august body of the significant milestone passed by this noteworthy and indefatigable man of God; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council gathered together this 2yth day of June 2012 A.D., do hereby salute the Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick J. Pollard on the occasion of the 40 th anniversary of his ordination and extend our very best wishes for continued success in each of his many undertakings now and in the future; and

4 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be prepared and presented to Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick J. Pollard. Presented By ALDERMAN DOWELL (3 rd Ward): CONGRA TULA TlONS EXTENDED TO ROSEMARY ANDERSON, TOMMIEZENE MILLER, SILENA OUTTEN, KATHLEEN PENSON AND CAROL ZIGULICH ON RETIREMENT FROM THOMAS A. HENDRICKS ACADEMY. [R ] WHEREAS, Teaching is a profession that demands a great deal of patience, dedication, talent and character; and WHEREAS, Teachers should be recognized more frequently for the hard work they do every day in and out of the classroom; and WHEREAS, Five dedicated teachers from the Thomas A. Hendricks Academy who have a combined experience of 159 years are retiring from Chicago Public Schools; and WHEREAS, Rosemary Anderson has 39 years of education experience, a bachelor's of science and a master's degree in special education and curriculum and administration from Northeastern University; and WHEREAS, Tommiezene Miller has 38 years of education experience, a bachelor's of science in education from Delta State University, a Type 10 Special Education Certification from Governor State, and reading/physical education endorsements from National Louis University; and WHEREAS, Silena Outten has 31 years of education experience, a bachelor's degree in special education from Northeastern Illinois University, a master's degree in special education from Chicago State University, and endorsements from Chicago Public School's Sesame Program and Chicago State University in math, science, and social studies; and WHEREAS, Kathleen Penson has 27 years of education experience, a bachelor's degree in elementary/special education and a master's in gifted education from Chicago State University, and a reading endorsement from National Lewis University; and WHEREAS, Carol Zigulich has 24 years of education experience, a bachelor's degree in physical education, a master's degree in industrial traffic and safety, and a master's degree

5 30616 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 in industrial technology from Northern Illinois University as well as a master's degree in administration from the University of Illinois; and WHEREAS, Juliana Perisin who is the principal of the Thomas A. Hendricks Academy has described these teachers as "an inspiration and a constant source of high-quality work"; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the City Council of the City of Chicago, gathered this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby express our gratitude for the important contributions made to public education and the students of Chicago Public Schools by Rosemary Anderson, Tommiezene Miller, Silena Outten, Kathleen Penson, and Carol Zigulich and wish them the best in their retirement; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy be prepared and presented to each of the five honorees. Presented By ALDERMAN HARRIS (8 th Ward): CONGRA TULA TlONS EXTENDED TO LIZ MILLAN ON RETIREMENT FROM CHICAGO PARK DISTRICT. [R ] WHEREAS, Liz Millan, who is retiring after 311h years of exceptional public service, has consistently served with distinction at the Chicago Park District; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of this event by the Honorable Michelle Harris, Alderman of the 8 th Ward; and WHEREAS, Liz Millan began her lifelong career of public service in 1981, as a summer recreation leader at Clemente Park. Through the years her dedication and hard work earned promotions to the positions of: physical instructor (Eckhart Park), playground supervisor (Ken-Well Park), park supervisor (Kelvyn Park, Pulaski Park), area manager (Southeast area), and her current position as the Chicago Park District's south region manager, where she oversees the operations of recreational programs for over 127 parks and facilities. Liz managed a staff of over 500 employees; and WHEREAS, Liz Millan's professional achievements as an innovative leader include being a guest speaker for the Illinois State's Attorney Youth Program Seminar, presenter for the

6 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR Illinois Parks and Recreation Association/l PRA member, receiving an award from the Chicago Park District for partnerships and being recognized by the Puerto Rican Parade Committee as a community leader; and WHEREAS, Liz Millan, a sport and music enthusiast, enjoys participating in numerous sports, dancing, and spending quality time with her daughter, Emerald and her extended family. Liz works part-time at her missionary work which has taken her to Peru, the Dominican Republic and other cities within the United States, her intention is to do missionary work on a full-time basis after her well deserved retirement from the Chicago Park District; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, gathered here this 27th day of June 2012 A. D., do hereby express our thanks to Liz Millan for her extraordinary contributions and service to the people of the City of Chicago. We pay tribute to Liz's knowledge, expertise, hard work, and love forthe citizens of this great city; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be prepared and presented to Liz Millan. Presented By ALDERMAN BALCER (11th Ward): CONGRA TULA TlONS EXTENDED TO TESTA PRODUCE ON 1 oath ANNIVERSARY. [R ] WHEREAS, In 1912, Dominick Testa began selling his produce doorto door out of a basket after coming to the United States from Italy and eventually established his company at a permanent location on the Chicago Water Street Produce Market; and WHEREAS, In 1991, Testa Produce moved from the Chicago Produce Market to an independent location on 15 th Street and Blue Island Avenue; and WHEREAS, In 2011, Testa Produce moved from Blue Island and into a newly constructed, state-of-the-art distribution in the Chicago Industrial Stockyards in the Back of the Yards neighborhood, 4555 South Racine Avenue; and WHEREAS, In 2011, Testa Produce received LEED Platinum Certification from the USGBC and became the first food service distribution facility in the nation to achieve that honor, achieving 59 points of the required for Platinum Certification; and

7 30618 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, Testa Produce has the first free-standing wind turbine in the City of Chicago, standing 238 feet tall and each blade 70 feet long; and WHEREAS, This year marks the 100 th anniversary year of Testa Produce; and WHEREAS, A celebration for Testa Produce employees and theirfamilies is scheduled for the first week of September to commemorate the milestone; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 27th day of June in 2012 A.D., extend our warmest congratulations to Testa Produce, and all family members past and present on this historic day marking 100 years of service; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be prepared and presented to Testa Produce to commemorate this special occasion. Presented By ALDERMAN QUINN (13 th Ward): TRIBUTE TO LA TE GLORIA CHRISTENSEN. [R ] WHEREAS, God in His infinite wisdom has called Gloria Christensen to her eternal reward; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of her passing by the Honorable Marty Quinn, Alderman of the 13 th Ward; and WHEREAS, (nee DeMore) (DiModica); devoted wife of the late Lawrence; loving mother of Edward (Jane), Laura (Leonard) Caifano, Lawrence, Jr. (Cindy), Elaine (Ray) Kasperski, Frank (Lynn) and Gloria Christensen; proud grandma of Ed, Jr., Alexis (Mark) Maggio and Jack Christensen, Rocco (fiance Libby), Michael, Gina and John Caifano, Brigitte (Nick) Kwiatek, Laura and Kim Christensen; Rikkaela, Joseph, Sara and Julie Kasperski, Trace and Diana Christensen, and Christian Lohmann; great-grandma of Trista; dear sister of Frank, the late George (late Randi), the late Sara (late John), the late John (late Mary), the late Victoria (late Bob), the late Tina (late Dan), the late Frances (Bill) and the late Tony; and beloved aunt, cousin and friend to many, Gloria Christensen leaves a legacy of faith, dignity, compassion and love; now, therefore,

8 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the Chicago City Council, gathered here this 27th of June 2012, do hereby express our sorrow on the death of Gloria Christensen and extend to her family and friends our deepest sympathy; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be prepared and presented to the family of Gloria Christensen. TRIBUTE TO LA TE EDWARD J. KOLASA. [R ] WHEREAS, God in His infinite wisdom has called Edward J. Kolasa to his eternal reward; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by the Honorable Marty Quinn, Alderman of the 13 th Ward; and WHEREAS, Age 81, beloved husband of 57 years to Danuta (nee Siedlecki); loving father of Chris (Late Mark) Huffman and Cindy Koschetz; dear father-in-law of Walter Koschetz; fond grandfather of Cody Koschetz; dear brother of Krystyna Marchut; uncle of many nieces and nephews; and cousin and friend of many, Edward J. Kolasa leaves a legacy of faith, dignity, compassion and love; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and members of the Chicago City Council, gathered here this 27th day of June 2012, hereby express our sorrow on the death of Edward J. Kolasa and extend to his family and friends our deepest sympathy; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of Edward J. Kolasa. Presented By ALDERMAN BURKE (14th Ward): TRIBUTE TO LA TE HONORABLE MARTIN C. ASHMAN. [R ] WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of 81; and

9 30620 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman was a widely respected member of the judiciary and the loving husband for 55 years of Betty, nee Kessler; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman was the much-adored father of Deborah and Kenneth and the grandfather of seven to whom he imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which he possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman ably served as both a United States magistrate judge and a Cook County Circuit Court judge during his long and distinguished tenure on the bench; and WHEREAS, Prior to his service as a jurist, the Honorable Martin C. Ashman was a village trustee and general counsel for the suburb of Morton Grove; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman inspired the lives of countless people through his great personal goodness, charity and concern; and WHEREAS, The hard work, sacrifice and dedication of the Honorable Martin C. Ashman serve as an example to all; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Martin C. Ashman will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his many relatives, friends and colleagues; and WHEREAS, To his beloved family, the Honorable Martin C. Ashman imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate the Honorable Martin C. Ashman for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of the Honorable Martin C. Ashman. TRIBUTE TO LATE THOMAS J. BOYLE, JR. [R ] WHEREAS, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. has gone to his eternal reward at the age of 62; and

10 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. was the loving and devoted husband for 35 years of Pauline, nee Hastings; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. was the much-adored father of Ryan to whom he imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which he possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, A member of the United States Marine Corps, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. bravely served his country during two tours of duty during the Vietnam War and earned the Cross of Gallantry; and WHEREAS, A law enforcement professional, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. retired from the Chicago Police Department after 30 years of dedicated service; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. came out of retirement to act as a contract Law Enforcement Professional (LEP), and previously served two tours in both Kosovo and Iraq where he provided security and trained police officers; and WHEREAS, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. lost his life on June 19, 2012, during an insurgent attack on his base in Afghanistan; and WHEREAS, A true patriot, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. embraced the opportunity to serve his country over and over again, and was a mentor and inspiration to his fellow officers; and WHEREAS, To his beloved family, Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of Thomas J. Boyle, Jr. TRIBUTE TO LA TE HONORABLE JEANNE BRADNER. [R ] WHEREAS, The Honorable Jeanne Bradner has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of 80; and

11 30622 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of her passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, A community leader and political activist, the Honorable Jeanne Bradner was the loving wife of Robert; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Jeanne Bradner was the much-adored mother of Anne, Lisa, and Robert and grandmother of seven, to whom she imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which she possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Jeanne ably served as a trustee and as president forthe village of Winnetka; and WHEREAS, A native of San Francisco, the Honorable Jeanne Bradner pursued a professional singing career before becoming involved with volunteerism and community and government relations; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Jeanne Bradner led numerous volunteer organizations, including the Illinois League of Women Voters, the Illinois chapter of Hands Across America, and ACTION, the federal domestic volunteer agency; and WHEREAS, A nationally recognized figure in the nonprofit world, the Honorable Jeanne Bradner wrote three books on volunteerism and taught courses on the subject at Harper College in Palatine; and WHEREAS, To her beloved family, the Honorable Jeanne Bradner imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 2th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate the Honorable Jeanne Bradner for her grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to her family; and Be It Further Resolved, That, a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of the Honorable Jeanne Bradner. TRIBUTE TO LA TE PA TRICIA SULLIVAN CONDON. [R ] WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God; and

12 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of her passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon was the loving and devoted wife of the late David; and WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon was the much-adored mother of Kathleen, Barbara, Susan, Mary, David and Colleen, the grandmother of 15 and the great-grandmother of 6 to whom she imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which she possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon ably served as the director for both Chicago Special Olympics and the Illinois Special Olympics; and WHEREAS, Her years of leadership and commitment allowed Patricia Sullivan Condon to further the mission of the Special Olympics which provides sports training and competition to children and adults with intellectual disabilities; and WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon also served as supervisor for the Chicago Park District's Special Recreation Division and provided a diverse range of recreational opportunities to disabled Chicagoans; and WHEREAS, Patricia Sullivan Condon dedicated her professional life to organizations which encourage the disabled to develop physical fitness, display courage, and experience joy through activity and which foster the acceptance and inclusion of all people through the power of sport; and WHEREAS, To her beloved family, Patricia Sullivan Condon imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate Patricia Sullivan Condon for her grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to her family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of Patricia Sullivan Condon. TRIBUTE TO LATE LE ROY NEIMAN. [R ] WHEREAS, LeRoy Neiman has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of91;and

13 30624 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, LeRoy Neiman was a widely admired artist and the devoted husband of Janet; and WHEREAS, LeRoy Neiman was best known for his portraits of the sports world, where he captured both the action and emotion of athletics with his bold brush strokes; and WHEREAS, A native of Minnesota, LeRoy Neiman was named the official artist for three Olympic Games; and WHEREAS, LeRoy Neiman served with the United States Army during World War II before attending Chicago's prestigious School of the Art Institute, where he later served as an instructor; and WHEREAS, LeRoy Neiman's artistic technique proved particularly powerful in the boxing imagery that appeared on poster and program covers for the Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier contest; and WHEREAS, To his beloved family, LeRoy Neiman imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate LeRoy Neiman for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of LeRoy Neiman. TRIBUTE TO LA TE REVEREND RUTH ELAINE VAN DEMARK. [R ] WHEREAS, The Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of 68; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of her passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, An appellate attorney turned Lutheran minister, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark was the loving and devoted wife of Leland Wilkinson; and

14 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, The Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark was the much-adored mother of Amie and Caroline, to whom she imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which she possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, The Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark was the beloved daughter of Bertie and grandmother of two; and WHEREAS, During her ministry as the spiritual leader of the Wicker Park Lutheran Church, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark established outreach programs which increased membership, renovated buildings and better connected the church with the surrounding community; and WHEREAS, Prior to joining the clergy, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark was a partner in the Chicago law firm of Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon LLP who argued numerous cases before the Illinois Supreme Court; and WHEREAS, The Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark was a former President of the Appellate Lawyers Association; and WHEREAS, A native of South Dakota, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark attended Vassar College before earning a master's degree from the Harvard Divinity School; and WHEREAS, As head of the Wicker Park Lutheran Church, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark worked to create both a center for worship and a center for arts and culture, and regularly hosted art shows, concerts and festivals on church grounds; and WHEREAS, To her beloved family, the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 2]lh day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark for her grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to her family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of the Reverend Ruth Elaine VanDemark. TRIBUTE TO LA TE DR. GEORGE D. WILBANKS. [R ] WHEREAS, Dr. George D. Wilbanks has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of 81; and

15 30626 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, An internationally renowned surgeon, cancer researcher and professor, Dr. George D. Wilbanks was the loving husband of Evelyn; and WHEREAS, Dr. George D. Wilbanks was the much-adored father of Wayne and George and the grandfather of four to whom he imparted many of the fine and noble qualities which he possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, A native of Florida, Dr. George D. Wilbanks earned his medical degree from Duke University and conducted groundbreaking research throughout his career of gynecology, obstetrics and cervical cancer; and WHEREAS, From 1970 to 1996, Dr. George D. Wilbanks served as chairman of obstetrics and gynecology at Rush University Medical Center; and WHEREAS, Dr. George D. Wilbanks founded the nation's second in vitro fertilization program and was among the first physicians to identify the connection between the human papilloma virus and cervical cancer, a discovery which eventually led to the development of the Gardasil vaccine; and WHEREAS, Dr. George D. Wilbanks dedicated his time to numerous professional organizations, including the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the International Federation of Cervical Pathology and Colposcopy; and WHEREAS, Dr. George D. Wilbanks will be remembered as a brilliant practitioner and an outstanding educator; and WHEREAS, To his beloved family, Dr. George D. Wilbanks imparts a legacy offaithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate Dr. George D. Wilbanks for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of Dr. George D. Wilbanks. TRIBUTE TO LA TE HONORABLE JOE YOUNG, JR. [R ] WHEREAS, The Honorable Joe Young, Jr. has been called to eternal life by the wisdom of God at the age of 61; and

16 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of his passing by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Joe Young, Jr. was a widely admired lawmaker who represented parts of Detroit and its nearby suburbs in the state House and Senate for 24 years; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Joe Young, Jr. was the much-adored father of Joe III, Kerry, Kimberly and Brooke and the grandfather of seven to whom he imparted many of the fine and noble qualities that he possessed in abundance; and WHEREAS, Born on November 4, 1950, the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. was a strong advocate for the Detroit area who entered politics by following in the footsteps of his father, the Honorable Joe Young, Sr.; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Joe Young, Jr. graduated from Michigan State University, attended Cooley Law School and earned a master's degree from Western Michigan University; and WHEREAS, The hard work, sacrifice and dedication of the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. serve as an example to all; and WHEREAS, His love of life and ability to live it to the fullest endeared the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. to his family members, friends and all who knew him, and enabled him to enrich their lives in ways they will never forget; and WHEREAS, To his beloved family, the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. imparts a legacy of faithfulness, service and dignity; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby commemorate the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. for his grace-filled life and do hereby express our condolences to his family; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to the family of the Honorable Joe Young, Jr. CONGRATULA TlONS EXTENDED TO CONOR DWYER ON QUALIFYING FOR 2012 SUMMER OL YMPICS AND DECLARA TlON OF JUNE 27, 2012 AS "eonor DWYER DA Y" IN CHICAGO. [R ] WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer, a highly accomplished swimmer and native of the North Shore, has officially qualified to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England; and

17 30628 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of this accomplishment by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer qualified to become a member of the U.S. Olympic Team by virtue of his second-place finish in the 400 meter freestyle during the Olympic Trials held in Omaha, Nebraska; and WHEREAS, The six-foot, five-inch Conor Dwyer hails from a prominent and close-knit Winnetka family that includes the Dwyers, Dowdies and McGuires; and WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer's mother, Jeane, was an All-American swimmer for the Florida State Seminoles swim team; and WHEREAS, A graduate of Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Conor Dwyer swam for the Loyola Ramblers and ably served as senior team captain; and WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer attended the University of Iowa before transferring in 2009 to the University of Florida and finished his college swimming career with 12 All-American honors; and WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer, who in 2012 was named NCAA Swimmer of the Year, has been training alongside other Olympic hopefuls in Gainesville, Florida; and WHEREAS, Conor Dwyer earned Gold Medals in both the Pan American games and the World Championships in 2011; and WHEREAS, The Summer Olympic Games will be held in London from July 27 through August 12, 2012; and WHEREAS, The hard work, sacrifice and dedication of Conor Dwyer serve as an example to all; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 2th day of June 2012, do hereby congratulate Conor Dwyer on qualifying to compete in Games of the XXX Olympiad and do hereby declare that June 27,2012 shall be recognized as Conor Dwyer Day throughout the City of Chicago; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Conor Dwyer.

18 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR GRA T1TUDE EXTENDED TO ORLI GIL FOR SERVICE AS CONSUL GENERAL OF ISRAEL TO THE MIDWEST. [R ] WHEREAS, The City of Chicago and the members of its esteemed diplomatic community bid a fond farewell to Orli Gil who has served with distinction as Consul General of Israel to the Midwest in Chicago since 2008; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of this auspicious event by Alderman Edward M. Burke; and WHEREAS, A career diplomat, Consul General Orli Gil has ably served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the past 22 years; and WHEREAS, Consul General Orli Gil holds a bachelor of arts degree in English and Hebrew literature from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem; and WHEREAS, Prior to her role in Chicago, Consul General Orli Gil was the Director of the Division of International Organizations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, a post which included contact and collaboration with United Nations organizations such as UNESCO and the World Health Organization; and WHEREAS, Consul General Orli Gil also served as Deputy Chief of Mission in Oslo, Norway and as Consul for Academic Affairs at the Consulate General of Israel in New York, where she oversaw all programs related to Israel on college and university campuses throughout the United States; and WHEREAS, The hard work, sacrifice and dedication of Consul General Orli Gil serve as an example to all; and WHEREAS, A celebration honoring the contributions of Consul General Orli Gil will be held on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 3240 North Lake Shore Drive in Chicago; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the Chicago City Council, assembled this 27th day of June 2012, do hereby extend our most sincere gratitude to Orli Gil for her tireless service as the Consul General of Israel to the Midwest and do hereby express our best wishes for her continued success and achievement; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Consul General Orli Gil.

19 30630 JOURNAL--CITY COUNCIL--CHICAGO 6/27/2012 Presented By ALDERMAN THOMAS (1rth Ward): CONGRATULA TlONS EXTENDED TO MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN ON REOPENING OF SALAAM RESTAURANT. [R ] WHEREAS, Locally owned businesses are the backbone of our local economy and the foundation of Chicago's unique culture; the original Salaam opened in the 1960s through the 1970s by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and served as catalyst in creating pride in the black community and spurred entrepreneurial efforts; and WHEREAS, In February of 1995, the Salaam Restaurant located at 706 West 79 th Street opened its doors to serve the community with a healthy menu and employ members in a blighted area of Chicago under the guidance of Minister Louis Farrakhan; Salaam created a pleasant safe atmosphere for family outings at a cost of 5 Million Dollars; and WHEREAS, In the year 2000, the Salaam Restaurant ceased to operate as a restaurant; and WHEREAS, The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan inspired a team of competent, experienced, and dedicated men and women to work towards the reopening of the Salaam Restaurant; after closing, the newly remodeled Salaam is more opulent, and will serve as a popular destination in the 17th Ward; and WHEREAS, The hard work and perseverance of that dedicated team has culminated into this reopening celebration; and WHEREAS, The Salaam Restaurant will employ workers from the community and provide healthy food, fine dining, and live entertainment; it will be one of the largest minority owned restaurants in Chicago and one of the largest in the country; and WHEREAS, The Salaam Restaurant complex will feature Crescent Bakery featuring homemade pastries and international coffee, Crescent Cafe, featuring traditional American cuisine, Salaam Fine Dining featuring exquisite culinary creations, and the Salaam Ballroom, featuring an ornate and luxuriant banquet and reception facilities; and WHEREAS, Salaam Restaurant will be an economic engine for the South Side in general and the 17th Ward in particular supporting local suppliers; it will provide job and economic sustainability on the South Side of Chicago and serve as a training center for those interested in culinary sciences; it will not only serve Muslim patrons, but is open to every creed, color and religion; it is the palace of the people; and

20 6/27/2012 AGREED CALENDAR WHEREAS, The Salaam will continue to demonstrate the exemplary service and vision of Elijah Muhammad; now, therefore, Be It Resolved, That we, the Mayor and the members of the City Council of the City of Chicago, assembled this 2yth day of June 2012, do hereby congratulate Minister Louis Farrakhan on the reopening of the Salaam Restaurant; and Be It Further Resolved, That a suitable copy of this resolution be presented to Minister Louis Farrakhan. Presented By ALDERMAN LANE (18 th Ward): CONGRA TULA TlONS EXTENDED TO RICHARD EMMETT GUERIN ON RETIREMENT FROM ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGO. [R ] WHEREAS, Richard Emmett Guerin has chosen to retire on June 30, 2012 after 37 years of distinguished service to the Archdiocese of Chicago; and WHEREAS, The Chicago City Council has been informed of this by 18 th Ward Alderman Lona Lane; and WHEREAS, Mr. Guerin became the principal of St. Bede School in 1975; from 1978 to 1994 he was the chairperson of Archdiocese Principals Association in two councils; 1982 to 2001 adjunct professor at St. Xavier Graduate School of Education, in 1985 he received the McGuire Award as Educator of the Year from St. Xavier University. He was in the North Central School Accreditation Team, member at high school level State of Illinois School Accreditation Team, member for numerous CPS and Catholic schools. From 1980 to 2003, Archdiocesan School Evaluation Team member for 15 different schools; St. Xavier Advisory Boards for Early Childhood, Teacher and Graduate Education to 2004 Legislative Action Person Catholic Conference for Illinois, 1995 to 2004 professor of Student Teaching Seminar -- Columbia College, 2003 to 2004 he was the program coordinator to the nationally acclaimed curriculum program "Words Can Heal", brought to thousands of children in 1210cal schools. He received the Sister Dorothy Marie Preschool Award. In 2005, he received the NCEA Distinguished Principal Award from the National Catholic Education Association (National Principal of the Year award). In 2009, he received the distinguished Alumni Award -- St. Xavier University Office of Catholic Schools -- School Improvement Team, Principal Mentor for the Archdiocese of Chicago and St. Xavier University; and

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