86R31684 SME-D
  By: Buckley H.R. No. 1950
         WHEREAS, A life made rich through meaningful service drew to
  a close with the passing of Pamela Lynn Munn of Lampasas on January
  9, 2019, at the age of 62; and
         WHEREAS, Born in Newport News, Virginia, on September 17,
  1956, Pam Munn grew up with the companionship of four siblings, Ron,
  Rick, Page, and Dusty; she moved with her family to Houston, and she
  graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in 1975, later earning
  a degree in criminal justice from Sam Houston State University; and
         WHEREAS, This distinguished Texan began her career in law
  enforcement as the first female officer to serve in the Huntsville
  Police Department, and she quickly moved up the ranks from patrol
  officer to detective and sergeant; she relocated to Austin in
  September 1985 to work as an investigator for the Medicaid Fraud
  Control Unit of the Texas Attorney General's Office, where her
  accomplishments included promotion to supervising investigator; in
  1997, she transferred to the Texas State Auditor's Office and
  worked with a Special Investigations Unit that dealt with financial
  crimes against the state; she was promoted to unit manager and
  served until her retirement in 2015; and
         WHEREAS, Ms. Munn exchanged the vows of matrimony with her
  husband, Chris, in 1986, and they went on to share a rewarding
  family life with their three children, Jefferson, Cassandra, and
  Amber; in addition to spending time with her loved ones, she was
  active in the Lampasas community, volunteering with the local
  elections office and library fund-raisers and contributing to a
  number of programs and committees at the First United Methodist
  Church; she also enjoyed fishing, gardening, and participating in a
  local women's bowling league with her team, the Alley Cats; and
         WHEREAS, Pam Munn earned the admiration of all who knew her,
  not only for her dedication to public service but also for her
  exceptional kindness and generosity, and she leaves behind a legacy
  that will resonate in the Lampasas community for years to come; now,
  therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 86th Texas
  Legislature hereby pay tribute to the memory of Pamela Lynn Munn and
  extend heartfelt sympathy to her family and many friends; and, be it
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for her family and that when the Texas House of
  Representatives adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Pamela Lynn