Mountwest honors memory of A. Michael Perry with a resolution
Huntington, W.Va. — Mountwest Community and Technical College’s Institutional Board of Governors presented Henriella Perry, co-founder of Heritage Farm Museum and Village, and Audy Perry, executive director, with a resolution honoring the late A. Michael Perry at their September meeting.
“There’s no way to measure the impact that Mr. Perry had on our community,” said Jason Moses, president of Mountwest’s Institutional Board of Governors. “We wanted to express our gratitude for his commitment to education and learning specifically. The effects of his actions will be felt for generations and generations.”
The resolution reads:
“Whereas, Mountwest Community and Technical College was blessed to have known and benefited from the visionary leadership of A. Michael Perry, and Whereas, Mr. Perry faithfully upheld his convictions through his exemplary service to West Virginia and his advocacy for education, economic development, health care and culture, The Mountwest Community and Technical College Institutional Board of Governors wishes to recognize his outstanding service, leadership and commitment to education, our community and the citizens and state of West Virginia. Approved Unanimously March 19, 2015”
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