Libertarian National Committee Passes Resolution on the Late Montana LP Chair Mike Fellows

Libertarian National Committee Passes Resolution on the Late Montana LP Chair Mike Fellows

By The Montana Libertarian Party

 Mike Fellows

On October 13, 2016 the Libertarian National Committee recognized Mike Fellows, longtime Chairman of the Montana Libertarian Party for his years of dedication and service as an accomplished activist in the cause of liberty. 

The resolution noted Mr. Fellows as a "man of integrity, wisdom, wit, generosity of spirit, and commitment to the principles of liberty and personal responsibility."

All those who knew Mike and of his service are bereaved by his passing, and together we honor the memory of his life and tireless advocacy.

Resolution:

Co-Sponsors: Lark, Goldstein, Harlos, Hagan, Hayes, Starchild

Motion:

Whereas Mike Fellows was a dedicated and accomplished activist for the cause of liberty who gave generously of his time and financial resources, and

Whereas Mr. Fellows represented the Montana Libertarian Party with distinction by virtue of his many campaigns for public office, including campaigns for the Montana state legislature, Montana Secretary of State, Montana Supreme Court Clerk, and the U.S. House of Representatives, and

Whereas Mr. Fellows served with distinction for many years in positions of leadership in the Libertarian Party, including his service as chair of the Montana Libertarian Party and as an alternate representative on the Libertarian National Committee, and

Whereas Mr. Fellows was a man of integrity, wisdom, wit, generosity of spirit, and commitment to the principles of liberty and personal responsibility, therefore

Be it resolved that the members of the Libertarian National Committee express our sadness at the passing of Mike Fellows, and that we offer our condolences to his family and friends.

Voting “aye”: Bilyeu, Bittner, Demarest, Goldstein, Hagan, Harlos, Hayes, Katz, Lark, Marsh, Mattson, McKnight, Redpath, Sarwark

Voting “nay”: (none)

With a final vote tally of 14-0, the motion PASSES.