IN SINCERE APPRECIATION
retired, Sen. Neal thanks all who supported him in his 32 years
in the upper house. He will remain engaged (see below) with the
great issues, as he has throughout his life.
The continuing high volume of traffic to this website reinforces
and rewards that commitment. Thank you.
NEWS AND THEN SOME>
off the press: "The Westside Slugger"
The life and times biography of Joseph M. Neal,
Nevada's first African-American senator
By Nevada Press Association Hall of Famer John L. Smith
in January 2019 by the University
of Nevada Press
ASSEMBLYMEMBER BOB PRICE DIED on January 4, 2019,
in Sparks, Nevada. He was 82. Go to NevadaLabor.com
for updated information, a formal obituary and information
on Reno and Las Vegas commemoration ceremonies. He was a
close friend and trusted colleague of Sen. Neal. May the
great lawmaker and union man (IBEW 357/AFL-CIO) rest in
peace after a life admirably well-lived.
YEARS' WORTH OF EXPERIENCE SORELY MISSED (3-21-2011)
former Sen. Joe Neal and 28-year former Assemblyman
Bob Price, both D-N. Las Vegas, back in the great
halls where they belong. Sen. Neal was in Carson City
to witness the introduction of the first bill sponsored
by his daughter, freshman Assemblywoman Dina Neal,
D-N. Las Vegas. Bob and Nancy Price,
a former Nevada university regent,
their Sparks home
to the capital for a noontime workers rally. (Photo
courtesy of Nancy Price.)
information will be posted as soon as arrangements
are finalized. Thank you for your prayers for Bob,
Nancy and their family.
Bob Price Legacy
condolences and remembrances for posting online
HAPPY NEW YEAR / Feliz