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File #: 0107X-2020    Version: 1
Type: Ceremonial Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/26/2020 In control: Tyson
On agenda: 7/20/2020 Final action: 7/23/2020
Title: To recognize and celebrate Mr. King Stumpp for his service as the Chair of the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County Board of Directors.
Sponsors: Priscilla Tyson, Elizabeth Brown, Mitchell Brown, Rob Dorans, Shayla Favor, Emmanuel V. Remy, Shannon G. Hardin

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To recognize and celebrate Mr. King Stumpp for his service as the Chair of the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County Board of Directors.

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WHEREAS, the City of Columbus and the members of Columbus City Council are proud to honor and celebrate the unique and gifted talents of extraordinary people from our community - especially those who have the unique and special gift of service - and so we recognize Mr. King Stumpp who recently concluded a two-year term as Chair of the Board of the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County; and

WHEREAS, the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County (HSC) represents nearly 90 nonprofit organizations serving the residents of Franklin County through work in housing, healthcare, behavioral health, food insecurity, education, child care, workforce development, reentry services, refugee and immigration services, mentoring, and more; and

WHEREAS, King, as Chair he raised HSC's role as the preeminent voice in our community - the HSC provides support for community nonprofits through its collaboration and partnership with leaders in the government sector, philanthropists, and the business community - in fact, few have been more enthusiastic in defending the needs of the HSC members than King; and
WHEREAS, King’s career began in 1977 with the West Virginia Governor’s Office as a grants administrator - he later returned to his hometown of Wheeling, WV to assist with his family owned insurance and real estate agency before moving into a career in behavioral health in 1991 with Northwood Health Systems; while in Wheeling, and after obtaining his Masters Degree in counseling psychology from West Virginia University - he served as the Director of Outpatient Services at Northwood until 1997, at which point he became the Executive Director of The Open Door, an outpatient behavioral health and 24/7 crisis center in Indiana, PA; and
WHEREAS, King arrived in Columbus in 2003 as the Executive Director of Northwest Counseling Servi...

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