86R29347 CW-D
  By: Guillen H.R. No. 1516
         WHEREAS, Memories of a life filled with joyful times and
  meaningful accomplishments remain to comfort the family and friends
  of Glen W. Rosier, who passed away on April 6, 2019, at the age of
  82; and
         WHEREAS, The youngest child of George and Reatha Rosier, Glen
  Rosier was born in Bryan on November 8, 1936, and he grew up with 10
  siblings, Amy, Mackie, Naomi, Rosa, Jim, David, Dick, Sam, Mike,
  and Sigal; and
         WHEREAS, Mr. Rosier married the former Mary Ann Lehman in
  1958, and the couple soon thereafter moved to Baytown, where
  Mr. Rosier worked for the Texas Department of Public Safety's
  Highway Patrol Division for a few years; he went on to enjoy a long
  and rewarding career with the Baytown Police Department, serving in
  patrol, in crime prevention, and as a detective; he also taught
  firearms classes for women and built a firing range that officers
  still use today; he retired from the department in 1992; and
         WHEREAS, Above all, Mr. Rosier cherished time spent with his
  family; over the course of a marriage that spanned six decades, he
  and his wife became the parents of three children, Gerry, Dian, and
  Lisa, who preceded her father in death; the family enjoyed many
  wonderful years at the home that Mr. Rosier built on Lake Ivanhoe in
  Tyler County; and
         WHEREAS, A man of strong faith, he loved to lead
  congregational singing, and he served as a deacon at Emmanuel
  Baptist Church in Doucette; moreover, he volunteered for several
  years with the Texas Baptist Men's disaster relief ministries; and
         WHEREAS, While the death of Glen Rosier brings immeasurable
  sorrow to his family and friends, he leaves behind a legacy that
  will long be treasured by all those who held him dear; now,
  therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 86th Texas
  Legislature hereby pay tribute to the life of Glen W. Rosier and
  extend heartfelt sympathy to his many relatives and friends; and,
  be it further
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for his family and that when the Texas House of
  Representatives adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Glen