2013 Assembly Joint Resolution 40
Relating to: honoring the life and public service of Henry Morris Goldberg.
Whereas, Henry Morris "Hank" Goldberg was born July 7, 1936, to Nat and Shirley Goldberg; and
Whereas, Hank received his bachelor degree and doctor of medicine degree from Marquette University; and
Whereas, Hank joined the United States Army and served as a combat surgeon in the Vietnam War; and
Whereas, following his military service, Hank returned to Wisconsin where he joined his father's medical practice; and
Whereas, in 1979 Hank founded Milwaukee Industrial Clinics which expanded to become Occupational Medical Clinics of America; and
Whereas, Hank also founded Substance Abuse Management, Inc., which became the world's largest drug testing company; and
Whereas, Hank was a clinical professor for many years and served on the board of directors of the Medical College of Wisconsin; and
Whereas, Hank founded RAIR Technologies which provides electronic data management services to the trucking industry; and
Whereas, Hank was an innovator and forward thinker, who advanced the transportation technology industry in the United States and made our roads safer; and
Whereas, Hank raised two children from his first marriage and was a beloved mentor to two more from his second marriage and to four grandchildren; and
Whereas, Marquette University honored Hank with a lifetime achievement award in 2009; and
Whereas, Hank Goldberg passed away on March 23, 2013, and will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.; now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That the Wisconsin legislature honors the life and public service of Henry Morris Goldberg and extends its condolences to his family and friends.