83R4206 NEB-D
  By: Harper-Brown H.R. No. 195
         WHEREAS, The members of Bear Creek Community Church in Irving
  joined together on November 11, 2012, to honor their founding
  pastor, Dennis Lee Webb, Sr., for 16 years of dedicated service; and
         WHEREAS, Pastor Webb established Bear Creek Community Church
  in April 1996, and since that time, he has inspired his congregation
  with his outstanding spiritual leadership, compassionate guidance,
  and strong faith; and
         WHEREAS, An active and valued resident of North Texas, Pastor
  Webb has served for nearly three decades with the Grand Prairie Fire
  Department, where he currently holds the position of lieutenant;
         WHEREAS, He was elected to the Irving City Council in 2011 and
  has served on the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Urban League
  of Greater Dallas, and the Mayor's Human Relations Advisory
  Committee; he has further contributed to his fellow residents as a
  member of the board of directors of the Bear Creek Development
  Corporation and the advisory board of the Irving Youth Action
  Council; and
         WHEREAS, In all of his endeavors, Pastor Webb is supported by
  his wife of 30 years, Lydia, and their children, Dennis, Robert, and
  Myka; today, he is also blessed with four grandchildren, Kynnedi,
  Donovan, De'Mykal, and Dylan, and a daughter-in-law, Kyndahl; and
         WHEREAS, This inspiring clergyman has demonstrated a
  wholehearted commitment to his church and the wider community, and
  his many good works have earned him the respect and admiration of
  all who know him; now, therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 83rd Texas
  Legislature hereby commend Pastor Dennis Lee Webb, Sr., for his
  outstanding 16-year tenure with Bear Creek Community Church and
  extend to him sincere best wishes for continued success with his
  important work; and, be it further
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for Pastor Webb as an expression of high regard by the
  Texas House of Representatives.