TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ The Senate honors former Kansas Highway Patrol Superintendent William Seck.
On a unanimous voice vote Friday, senators adopted a resolution calling Seck highly respected. It also said he was known for an enthusiastic dedication to developing good working relationships with other law enforcement agencies.
Seck was a career FBI employee when he agreed to take the job as superintendent in June 2003. He left the job last month so he and his wife could take care of their aging parents in Oklahoma.
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