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Theobald, H. Rupert; Robbins, Patricia V. (ed.) / The Wisconsin blue book, 1968
(1968)

Biographies and pictures,   pp. [1]-68 PDF (23.4 MB)


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   GEE
Wood, 2nd
1968 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
LANGNER
Chief Clerk
STRUEBING
Chief Clerk
    ROMELL
Sergeant at Arms
   HARVEY F. GEE (Rep.) born in Wisconsin Rapids, Feb. 29, 1908. Educ. Wisconsin
 Rapids public schools; B.A. Rollins Coll., Fla. 1932. Land developer. World
War II vet-
 eran; served in Army. Mbr. American Legion; was state organizer of National
Infan-
 tile Paralysis Fdn. Wisconsin Rapids athletic field and park commissioner
since 1947;
 county board mbr. 1938-60. Elected to Assembly 1960; now in 4th term. Chin.
Assembly
 Public Wel'are Com. (mbr. 1965) and mbr. jt. interim com.; mbr. Commerce
and Man-
 ufactures Com.; mbr. State Building Comm., Jt. Com. to Visit State Properties
(also
 1963, '65), Council for Home and Family; served on Assembly Labor Com. 1965.
Mail-
 ing address: 170 - 14th Ave. South, Wisconsin Rapids 54494.-
 Wood County, 2nd District: Towns of Cranmoor, Grand Rapids, Port Edwards,
Sara-
 toga, Seneca; Villages of Biron, Port Edwards; Cities of Nekoosa, Wisconsin
Rapids.
   ARNOLD W. F. LANGNER born Sheboygan Falls, November 4, 1925. Graduated
Sheboygan Falls high school; B.A. University of Chicago; attended Rijksuniversitait
Utrecht and College of William and Mary; LL.B. University of Wisconsin Law
School
1954. Veteran of World War II; served in Army; Air Force Reserve since 1950.
Assist-
ant U.S. attorney 1955-56, Eastern District Wis. Chosen Chief Clerk 1967;
resigned
May 2, 1967. Mailing address: 2-43 Marie Road, Sheboygan Falls 53085.
  WILMER H. STRUEBING born in Town of Brillion, April 2, 1910, and raised
on
farm which has been family possession for over 80 years; still lives there.
Educated in
Brillion grade and high schools. Farmer and salvage dealer; owns and operates
iron
and metal company. Active in church activities. Member school board 1951-57;
1957
town chairman; member county board and its highways committee; 1965 director
and
secretary Calumet County Memorial Hospital Board. Elected to the Assembly
1962 and
1964. Served on Assembly Com. on State Affairs, 1965. Chosen Assembly Chief
Clerk
May 16, 1967. Mailing address: Route 2, Brillion.
  LOUIS C. ROMELL born Chicago, Apr. 7, 1899. Engaged in beef cattle raising;
real
estate dealer. Served as town supervisor 1939-42, Adams Co. Board member
1941, school
board member 1936-42. Member of the Assembly 1947-55; re-elected to the Asembly
1960, 1962 and 1964. Vice-chairman Administrative Rules Review Com. 1965;
member
Assembly Highways Com. 1947-55, 1963-65 (vice-chin. 1955); Commerce and Manufac-
tures Com. and Rules Com. 1963; Municipalities Com. (vice-chin.) and Joint
Committee
on Finance 1961; Transportation Com. 1951 and 1955 (chin.) Conservation Com.
1953;
State Affairs Com. 1949. Served on Legis. Council Labor Com. 1965-67; its
Com. to
Study Apportioning of County Board Districts 1963-65. Chosen Assembly Sergeant
at
Arms 1967. Mailing address: Edgewood Dr., Rt. 1, Adam.


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