This resolution seeks to honor the memory of David Cook by proposing the designation of a bridge on Alabama State Highway Route 55, which crosses Pigeon Creek in Covington County, Alabama, as the David Cook Memorial Bridge. David Cook was a lifelong resident of Red Level in Covington County, born on February 7, 1960, and a 1978 graduate of Red Level High School. He worked as a maintenance technician with the Alabama Department of Transportation and was an enthusiastic supporter of The University of Alabama's Crimson Tide. Moreover, Cook was a man of deep faith, serving as a Deacon at Pigeon Creek Baptist Church and later at the Family Life Ministry of Georgiana, where he also managed the church's sound system.

The Alabama Legislature, with both houses concurring, encourages the Department of Transportation to collaborate with local authorities to officially name the bridge as the David Cook Memorial Bridge. The resolution also calls for the erection of appropriate signage or markers to acknowledge this designation, in accordance with relevant laws and standards. The resolution was passed by the House on February 20, 2024, and adopted by the Senate on March 21, 2024, as indicated by the certification and adoption dates included in the document.