Tributes in the Congressional Record
The Congressional Record is available from 1994 at https://www.govinfo.gov/app/collection/CREC
I noticed that the Extensions of Remarks section contains some tributes added by Members of Congress at the request of constituents. On a hunch I checked two of them and, sure enough, persons closely matching the tribute were on FamilySearch. A lot of persons who retired in 1994 are deceased now. With my Mac, I can download a multi-page .pdf file and delete the unwanted pages, with Preview. I don't know how to do that on a PC.
I added the page in Congressional Record to the person on FamilySearch in both of those cases. I am passing this along to persons who might get bored and want to add something useful to random lines in FamilySearch. The Congressional Record is in the public domain. There is no copyright restriction.
On the PC you would need a 'PDF editor' I believe - unless you have the option to Print only certain pages and 'save to file' rather than actually printing them on paper. I hope this helps!0