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Connecticut Governor's Letter about Centennial

 

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STATE OF CONNECTICUT
EXECUTIVE CHAMBERS
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT
06106

 

JOHN G. ROWLAND
GOVERNOR

 

United States Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kandy J. Rohrbaugh
Administration Building, Room A1111
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899-0001

Dear Friends:

February 19, 2001

On behalf of the State of Connecticut, it is my pleasure to extend warm greetings and congratulations to the members of the National Institute of Standards and Technology as your celebrate your Centennial Anniversary.

This is a tremendous distinction that I am certain you will carry with pride and honor. I commend each of you for your perseverance and dedication to equality and fairness. Your tireless efforts have paved an equal ground for all Americans to participate in what is today's most prosperous nation. Your commitment and drive is an inspiration to all of Connecticut's residents and a testament to your strength and determination.

Please know that you have my best wishes for continued success.

Sincerely,

JOHN G. ROWLAND
Governor

JGR/drm

 

Notice of Online Archive: This page is no longer being updated and remains online for informational and historical purposes only. The information is accurate as of 2001. For questions about page contents, please inquiries [at] nist.gov (contact us).
Created July 30, 2013, Updated March 9, 2017