2003 - 2004 LEGISLATURE
May 18, 2004 - Introduced by Committee on Assembly Organization, by request
of Representatives Schooff, W. Wood and Towns and Senator Robson. Referred
to Committee on Rules.
AJR81,1,1 1Relating to: the life and service of Private First Class Sean Schneider.
AJR81,1,32 Whereas, PFC Schneider, 22 years of age, was born to Ed and Kim Schneider
3of Janesville; and
AJR81,1,64 Whereas, PFC Schneider graduated in 2000 from Janesville J.A. Craig High
5School, having earned the respect and admiration of his teachers, school
6administrators, and peers; and
AJR81,1,87 Whereas, PFC Schneider developed a love of Japanese food and the outdoors
8and demonstrated skill as a hunter and an auto mechanic; and
AJR81,1,129 Whereas, PFC Schneider committed himself to our nation's armed services
10after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on September
1111, 2001, because, although he had always wanted to serve, he felt a powerful call
12to duty after that terrible day; and
AJR81,1,1413 Whereas, PFC Schneider believed in protecting the rights and freedoms that
14America represents; and
1Whereas, PFC Schneider demonstrated his selfless devotion to our country by
2enlisting in the U.S. Army despite having to endure being separated from his wife,
3family, and friends; and
AJR81,2,54 Whereas, PFC Schneider was assigned as a mechanic with the U.S. Army's
5115th Forward Support Battalion in Fort Hood, Texas; and
AJR81,2,76 Whereas, PFC Schneider valiantly and honorably gave his life to the cause of
7freedom on March 29, 2004, while serving our country in Iraq; and
AJR81,2,108 Whereas, PFC Schneider was an upstanding young citizen whose friendliness,
9work ethic, and companionship will forever be missed by his loving wife, family, and
10friends; and
AJR81,2,1311 Whereas, the life and service of PFC Schneider will forever be remembered by
12a grateful community, state, and nation as one based on service, honor, and
13patriotism; now, therefore, be it
AJR81,2,16 14Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That the members of the
15Wisconsin legislature honor PFC Sean Schneider for his dedication to our country
16and express their heartfelt sorrow over the loss of his life; and, be it further
AJR81,2,19 17Resolved, That the assembly chief clerk shall provide a copy of this joint
18resolution to PFC Sean Schneider's wife, Yolande; his parents, Ed and Kim
19Schneider; and his brothers, Phillip and Myles.
AJR81,2,2020 (End)