Rep. Borders honors Betty Weir for 30 years of service

Posted by: Devan Strebing  | Friday, February 26, 2016

STATEHOUSE (Feb. 26, 2016) — State Rep. Bruce Borders (R-Jasonville) this week at the Statehouse honored Betty Weir on her retirement from the Legislative Services Agency (LSA).

Borders said LSA provides members of the Indiana General Assembly with nonpartisan legal support, fiscal analysis of proposals and technology services.

“Betty always greets everyone with a smile and a friendly ‘hello,’” Borders said. “She’s a team player and the kindest person you’ll ever meet.”

Weir joined LSA as a receptionist in 1985. She’s a member of the Red Hat Society and Women’s Club.

Weir is an Elvis Presley fan and Borders, an Elvis impersonator, sang “Love Me Tender” to her during the resolution at the Statehouse.

“She dedicates her life to helping others, and I wish her the Lord’s blessing in her retirement,” Borders said.

For more information about this and other resolutions, visit www.iga.in.gov/legislative/2016/resolutions.

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Rep. Borders (R-Jasonville) represents all of Sullivan County and portions of Vigo, Greene, Knox and Daviess counties.

 

NOTE TO THE PRESS:  Pictured below and attached: State Rep. Bruce Borders (R-Jasonville) congratulates Betty Weir for her 30 years of service on the House floor.