HOUSE COMMEMORATION NO. 1065
Introduced by: Representative Nelson and Senator Van Gerpen
A LEGISLATIVE COMMEMORATION, Honoring and commending Bryan and Laura Klock and
the staff at Klock Werks for their selfless commitment to their fellow man.
WHEREAS, Bryan and Laura Klock are tirelessly involved in supporting the Mitchell area Court
Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program for children, Safehouse Foundation Board,
Motorcycle Safety Foundation, Women's Celebrate Recovery Group, the Abbott House, the I Am
Second movement, Big Brother and Sisters program, Hamster (custom motorcycle owner club)
which helps raise two hundred fifty thousand dollars annually for the Rapid City Children's Hospital,
proud supporters of the Mitchell Christian School, and more; and
WHEREAS, the staff at Klock Werks routinely support and involve themselves in assisting
Bryan and Laura in these many great charitable causes; and
WHEREAS, Bryan and Laura have helped raise untold thousands of dollars for these charitable
causes over the years which have been used to positively impact countless lives of children and
adults in South Dakota and throughout the United States; and
WHEREAS, Bryan and Laura's leadership, compassion, and selfless dedication are the hallmarks
of great community leaders and represent the type of civic dedication that makes South Dakota one
of the best places to live in America:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT COMMEMORATED, by the Eighty-Eighth Legislature of the State
of South Dakota, that Bryan and Laura Klock and their staff at Klock Werks are honored,
commended, and thanked for their kindness, compassion, leadership, and dedication in caring for
their fellow South Dakotans. May you forever take great pride in your efforts to make the world a
better place for so many.
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